Last week I talked about City's discipline, and they needed every ounce of it at the New York Stadium in a windy and apparently post-apocalyptic Rotherham judging by the almost universal absence of people or functioning shops in the town centre. It is indeed grim up north.
Emi Buendia is either a gem of a footballer plucked from relative obscurity to light up what has turned into one of Norwich City's most remarkable seasons or he's a cheating little so and so. It depends which set of supporters you listen to.
Norwich City fans are singing the praises of Daniel Farke's league leaders for showing their strength of character yet again to win at Rotherham, on a hugely important day in the Championship promotion race.
The Premier League dream has moved a step closer to becoming a reality for Norwich City, after a hard fought 2-1 win at lowly Rotherham sent Daniel Farke's team four points clear at the top of the Championship table.
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.
Nelson Oliveira's fist-pumping antics at Ipswich Town suggest Norwich City should turn the old maxim about keeping 'friends close but enemies closer' firmly on its head in the defining weeks of the Championship promotion race.
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.