Hi! We’ve performed a bit of spring cleaning over at 7500 To Holte. With a focus on the community, we’ve implemented this match thread to discuss the game. So, if you’ve got something to say about the match, leave a note here! If you’ve no idea what to say, why not try these prompts on for size:
- What’s your prediction for today’s match?
- Who is the key to the match for Aston Villa?
- Are we fighting for 2nd place again?
- Happy to see Jonathan Kodjia back?
- Does a new winning streak begin here?
Also, we’ve got something fun for you - if you comment below, and can guess the correct amount of goals that Villa will score, along with the Villa players who will score those goals, we’ll pick out one winner and buy them a beer. Deadline? It’s a minute after kickoff. Good luck!
Did you get that? Tell us how many goals Villa will score, and who will score those goals for the Villa. One of you gets a beer if you’re right. DM us on Twitter
Look forward to seeing you in the comments, UTV!
TV and Streaming Info
Location: Carrow Road, Norwich, England
Kick-off time: 12.30 pm UK, 7.30 am Eastern, 4.30 am Pacific
Available TV: ESPN 3 in the USA, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football in the UK, BeIn Sports 2 in Australia.
Available video streaming: WATCHESPN in the US, Now TV or Sky Go in the UK
Other listings are available from livesoccertv.com.
Available radio: Talksport 2, BBC WM 95.6 FM (not online), AVTV (If audio doesn’t work, try using Safari).
Highlights & Goals:
This was the Norwich goal that opened the scoring. What a hit from Josh Murphy.
What a bloody lovely hit that is from Murphy. https://t.co/LPfYeMqf8d— The Short Pass (@theshortpass) April 7, 2018
Dennis Srbeny doubled the scoring for the Canaries with this.
Absolutely delighted for Srbeny!!! Get in! Good work down the left again from @joshmurphy65 a superb ball in from @HarrisonReed who’s been excellent all game I feel & Srbeny with the finish for his 1st City goal! #ncfc #otbc pic.twitter.com/EyC9xNPW9h— Ben Bray (@BenBray99) April 7, 2018
No more updates lads. It’s killing me, but Grealish scored a good goal before James Maddison added a third for Norwich