Watch: Farke, Zimmermann, Bailey and Davitt tee-up City’s Blades reunion
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Watch all our videos as Norwich City prepare for their latest EFL Championship run-in with Sheffield United at Carrow Road on Saturday (3pm).
Our Canaries correspondents Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt attended the Canaries' pre-match press conference at Colney ahead of their Saturday clash with Sheffield United, with head coach Daniel Farke and Christoph Zimmermann in attendance.
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City will be fresh from their latest 120 marathon, this time in losing on penalties at Chelsea in their FA Cup third round replay on Wednesday.
However, Norwich remain unbeaten in four Championship matches as they prepare for the return fixture of the side they beat 1-0 back in September, in a controversial encounter.
Wilder and the Blades felt particularly disrespected by City turning up late to Bramall Lane and missing a pre-match meeting.
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They didn't agree with most decisions on the pitch either – leading to bottles on the pitch and arrests following violence directed at the traveling Norwich supporters after the game.
The Blades have just one win from their last 10 league outings, drawing their latest Sheffield derby with Wednesday at Bramall Lane last time out.
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They now sit sixth in the table, six points ahead of Norwich. However, they did win their previous visit to East Anglia, when they knocked Ipswich out of the FA Cup earlier this month.
Following Saturday's game, Norwich head for Brentford next Saturday (3pm) before a Jonny Howson return to Carrow Road when Middlesbrough visit the following weekend.
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