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Norwich vs Millwall Predictions

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      More joy for Norwich last weekend saw them ease into the top two, and they’re now level on points with leaders Leeds. The ever-changing Championship leadership is incredibly entertaining, and it seems like Norwich have their focus on claiming it. They were briefly top last weekend, until Leeds claimed a victory on Sunday. With the Elland Road side playing late, the Canaries can make another push this weekend.

      The hosts have won their last four matches to make a push for promotion. They’ve won eight of their last 10 matches in the league, and they were narrowly put out of the Carabao Cup by Bournemouth recently. Things are going pretty well for the Canaries, probably well enough to make up for Paul Lambert taking over at Portman Road.

      Millwall are much worse off, as they sit just a point clear of the drop zone, following a poor start to the campaign. They have won three of their last five games, but even that has only moved them into 19th place. They’ve just come off the back of a defeat at a Brentford side who were in crisis mode before that clash. That basically sums up Millwall’s issues on the road this season.

      The visitors come into this encounter with just two points to their name on the road. They’ve claimed a huge 88% of their points so far at home, including all of those three wins in the last five games. They’ve got the joint-worst record in the division when it comes to away results, and this is the worst place for them to go as they look to turn things around.

      No one has more points than Norwich from the last eight matches, and they are ranking high in terms of both attack and defence this season. We’re backing them to beat a Millwall side who have lost six of their last eight away trips, especially with the Canaries winning four on the spin. Despite the huge gulf in form, you can get great odds on a home win here, so we’re backing a victory for the Canaries.

      One thing the pair have in common is that 38% of Norwich’s home games have seen over 2.5 goals, along with 38% of Millwall’s trips. That has us backing a low scoring home win, with 2-0 our prediction.

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