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Norwich vs Plymouth Argyle Live: Updates from Good Friday fixture

Plymouth Argyle are making their return to Championship action after a 13-day break as they face off against Norwich City at Carrow Road. Their last match was on March 16, where they suffered a 1-0 defeat against Preston North End. The Pilgrims now resume their fight to retain their Championship status against an in-form Norwich side who have won six of their last nine league games. Norwich currently sits in sixth place in the table, the last of the four play-off positions, as they aim for a return to the Premier League.

Argyle goes into the game just two points clear of the relegation zone, having won only one of their last nine Championship matches and losing six of them. The team will also be facing Bristol City at Home Park on Easter Monday. The match against Norwich will be a challenging one for Plymouth, as they are up against a strong opponent who has been performing well in the league. With their recent struggles in the Championship, Argyle will need to put on a strong performance to secure a positive result and move further away from the relegation zone.

The last time Plymouth Argyle visited Carrow Road was in March 2009, when they lost 1-0 to Norwich in the Championship. The team will be looking to turn their fortunes around this time as they face the Canaries, with striker Ashley Barnes, who played for Argyle back then, now set to feature for Norwich in the upcoming game. Norwich manager David Wagner is eager for his team to seek revenge for their previous 6-2 defeat against Argyle at Home Park last September and is determined to put on a strong performance in front of their home crowd.

Norwich has a strong record against Argyle, having won 14 of their last 19 home league games against them. The Canaries are currently on a six-match winning streak at home in the Championship, making them a formidable opponent for Plymouth. However, Argyle will be looking to secure a positive result and possibly complete their first league double over Norwich since the 2006/07 Championship campaign. As the teams prepare to face off at Carrow Road, both sides will be aiming for a crucial victory to achieve their respective goals in the Championship.

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