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Rate the City players’ performances during 0-0 stalemate at Burton

PUBLISHED: 07:59 31 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:25 31 December 2017

Daniel Farke's decison to make six changes at Burton resulted in a 0-0 draw. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Daniel Farke's decison to make six changes at Burton resulted in a 0-0 draw. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Following Norwich City’s thoroughly disappointing 0-0 draw at lowly Burton, here is your chance to rate the performances of the Canaries players.

Head coach Daniel Farke opted to make six changes to the team which won 2-0 at Birmingham City on Boxing Day, with a home game against Millwall to soon follow on Monday.

Grant Hanley and James Husband returned in defence in place of Timm Klose and youngster Jamal Lewis, who both started on the bench.

Harrison Reed came in for Alex Tettey alongside Tom Trybull in holding midfield, with Marley Watkins, Mario Vrancic and Wes Hoolahan in the attacking midfield roles in place of James Maddison, Alex Pritchard and Josh Murphy.

It resulted in a disjointed performance against a struggling Burton sides amid wet and windy conditions at the Pirelli Stadium.

The point at least moved City up three places to 13th in the Championship table but adds pressure to tomorrow’s meeting with Millwall, who thumped Farke’s team 4-0 at The Den in August.

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