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Norwich United look to turn draws into wins as they head to Grays Athletic

PUBLISHED: 17:24 08 December 2017

Norwich United head to Grays Athletic. Picture: Archant

Norwich United head to Grays Athletic. Picture: Archant

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Norwich United travel to Grays Athletic today looking to build on a four-match unbeaten run.

But they will also be looking to turn those results into victories after a frustrating 0-0 draw at home to Ware last Saturday, followed 1-1 scorelines at Hertford Town and Aveley.

Manager Steve Eastaugh welcomes back Ben Jones from a one-match suspension and Liam Moriarty also returns after being unavailable against Ware. With left back Matt Brown unavailable there is a call-up for Thomas Dade, who impressed in the Norfolk Senior Cup win over Sheringham.

The two sides have already met this season, Grays edging their FA Trophy tie at the impressive Parkside 4-3, although the Planters pushed the hosts hard coming back from a 4-1 half-time deficit. It will be a tricky test for the Planters, though, with Grays winning their last three games including a 1-0 win at Dereham and a 4-1 victory at Witham Town last Saturday.

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