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Norwich - Millwall PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, August 20, 2023.
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EVENT: Norwich – Millwall
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Norwich – Millwall Predictions and Preview

  • The well-documented crackdown on the rules from referees across England was perfectly embodied as Norwich midfielder Kenny McClean picked up the earliest yellow card in recorded EFL history after just 15 seconds! That, in turn, set the tone for a frantic eight-goal thriller, with Norwich boss David Wagner lamenting a “lack of concentration” from his players after giving up a 4-3 lead deep into stoppage time to draw 4-4.
  • The Canaries do have four points from a possible six on the board and look good in the infancy of their potential push for promotion ahead of Millwall’s visit to Carrow Road. Wagner’s men managed to put their five-game scoreless home streak behind them on the opening day of the season after coming from 1-0 down to defeat Hull here, yet they may not be so fortuitous if it happens again as they completed that feat just once last term.
  • It has also been a mixed start to the campaign for play-off aspirants Millwall, who have won and lost one in the league whilst also suffering an early exit from the EFL Cup. The trend of each of those games seeing the away side on the day win without reply is one they hope will continue, especially after boss Gary Rowett looks to give the family of late chairman John Berylson something to cheer after their emotional tributes last time out.
  • That could be on the cards as the Lions travel with back-to-back away wins under their belts, although the last time they put a longer run together in the Championship was over five years ago, back in March 2018. These are not happy hunting grounds for Millwall as well, with their last victory away to Norwich coming when England were reigning world champions in 1968 – they’ve endured 23 frustrating visits since (D7, L16).
  • Players to watch: Norwich’s Josh Sargent picked up his highest Flashscore rating (9.0) since they were introduced in his latest appearance after both scoring and assisting in the opening 25 minutes. Perhaps Millwall’s Duncan Watmore can get his season up and running quickly against Norwich, given he’s scored twice in just 88 minutes of play across four H2Hs with the Canaries.
  • Hot stat: Both teams have scored before half-time in three of Norwich’s last four league games.