Norwich City Football Club

Norwich City's Bradley Johnson will not take a backward step against Liverpool at Carrow Road. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Bradley Johnson is adamant Norwich City will not be sacrificial lambs against Premier League title favourites Liverpool

If Norwich City are expected to fulfil the role of sacrificial lambs against Liverpool no-one has told Bradley Johnson or his team mates.

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Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer has suffered no adverse reaction to his return from a hamstring injury at Fulham. 
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Norwich City’s on-loan defender Joseph Yobo ruled out of Premier League clash against title favourites Liverpool

Russell Martin and Michael Turner are primed to get another chance to work on their central defensive partnership against Liverpool’s fearsome spearhead in Easter Sunday’s Premier League tussle at Carrow Road.

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Norwich manager Neil Adams would not swap places with Fulham's Felix Magath in the Premier League relegation battle.  
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Neil Adams turns up the heat on Norwich City’s Premier League relegation rivals

Neil Adams is confident Norwich City’s Premier League relegation rivals will be feeling the heat just as much as his Canaries.

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Dean Ashton celebrates scoring the games first goal in the 2-0 victory over Manchester United on April 9, 2005

Five times Norwich City have upset the odds for the Premiership elite to triumph

Norwich boss Neil Adams is banking on the Carrow Road factor tipping the balance against Liverpool to help inflict another defeat on one of the elite.

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Norwich City striker Carlton Morris scored one and was involved in Reece Hall-Johnson's equaliser in Thursday's 2-2 Premier League Under-21 development draw at Manchester United's Under-21s. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Fit-again midfielder Elliott Bennett plays his second 90 minutes in Norwich City’s 2-2 Premier League development draw at Manchester United

Norwich City’s stirring late fightback at Old Trafford on Thursday night salvaged a point to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for next season’s elite tier of the Premier Under-21 Development League.

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