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Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Mustard Sport reports from Norwich City’s Colney training ground as the Canaries look to shake off a disappointing festive period so far with a positive result at fellow strugglers Crystal Palace on New Year’s Day (3pm).
Palace’s recovery has been impressive since Tony Pulis’ arrival – his first game in charge saw City win 1-0 at Carrow Road at the end of November.
But the return fixture has plenty of pressure on Canaries boss Chris Hughton as City look to keep something of a gap to them and the top-flight’s bottom three.
Hughton and midfielder Bradley Johnson took the pre-match press conference to tee up Wednesday’s clash.
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