Norwich have started to hit their straps and have won five straight Championship matches to climb on the 2nd place after a stuttering start saw them take one point out of a possible nine. Key striker Teemu Pukki returns in top form and together with United States international Josh Sargent will be main threat for the Bristol City defense. The match against Preston didn’t take place, but Bristol City psychology remains high after the great away success against Blackburn (2:3). An impressive run in the last month has taken Nigel Pearson’s side to sixth place, just two points off from today’s rival. They have the second best attack in the league, having very capable weapons to score some goals, but the backline is vulnerable, which is a chance for Norwich to score two goals.