The 2,600 Norwich City fans heading to Coventry for Saturday's Championship clash are being encouraged to take their yellow and green scarves.

The Canaries will hope to end the day in the play-offs as they sit in seventh just two points behind sixth-placed West Brom.

Last season in the Premier League only games at Tottenham, Arsenal and West Ham saw a larger travelling City support.

And the crowd could get even bigger with tickets still available on the day.

City fan group Along Come Norwich have called on the hordes of supporters to bring their scarves, as 5,300 did at Wigan in March 2019 as the club chased promotion.



It comes after the group said it wanted to do more fan displays during the David Wagner era.

In the eighth minute both sets of fans will applaud Canaries fan Amber Sheehy, who was diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour, died just a day before her 9th birthday.