It doesn't sound many - but anyone can become a promotion hero in just eight games. Michael Bailey looks at what the Championship run-in has in store for Norwich City and their 10 fellow promotion condenters.
I'm sure many of the 2,200 Norwich fans travelling to Rotherham this morning will be hoping to get there nice and early to find a pub showing live football, so they can watch the Leeds United v Sheffield United game.
Norfolk commuters will hope new trains being rolled out on the regional network keep time with the same precision as Swiss-made watches, as Greater Anglia tests the first of its new long electric trains made in the Alpine country.
Daniel Farke's contract, Leeds United's spying punishment, kick-off times against Ipswich and the progress of Norwich City's executive committee were all in the mix as Ben Kensell updated fans on the latest issues.
After the Norwich City penalty woes continued at Preston, David Freezer takes a closer look at the spot-kick issues which are becoming a costly problem amid the pressure of a Championship promotion push.
While thousands of people will have their eyes glued to the action on the pitch at Carrow Road for this weekend's East Anglian Derby on Sunday what is there to do for those of you who do not enjoy football?
Norwich v Ipswich Derby Day: Ahead of Sunday's East Anglian clash, we look at other famous rivalries on the small screen, from Tom v Jerry to He-Man v Skeletor, Walter White v Gus Fring to Wile. E Coyote v Roadrunner.
In all my years as a Norwich City fan I've come to realise each and every season has one, truly defining moment; the one moment that sets the tone for the rest of the season and tells you how it is going to pan out.
Ahead of East Anglian battle resuming, David Freezer takes a look back at Ipswich manager Paul Lambert's interviews during 2010-11, when he led Norwich to the bragging rights with an emphatic derby double.
Ahead of today's top-of-the-table clash, Leeds fan and blogger Rob Atkinson feels the fuss surrounding the 'spygate' scandal may be having a positive effect on the leaders ahead of their battle with Norwich City.
While Chris Wilder has assumed the role of pantomime villain for many City fans it's only fair to give him credit for the development of a team which resembles the footballing equivalent of a cockroach in terms of their apparent indestructability.