Hosting Norwich City Everton on Carrow Road on Wednesday night (6pm KO), the Canaries despair by three points.

Our Match Preview takes a closer look at the opposition, as well as game officials, and provides information on how you can follow the action live.

The opposition

The Toffees enter this with less recovery time than Norwich, having held Merseyside rivals Liverpool in a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Sunday night.

Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton could be a very different team than the Canaries beat 2-0 in November, Todd Cantwell and Dennis Srbeny on the score sheet against Marco Silva’s team that day.

After a 5-2 loss to Liverpool in early December, Everton parted ways with Silva, Duncan Ferguson took over as interim manager for three games in all competitions until the appointment of Ancelotti.

Everton became crucially harder to beat under Ancelotti, and is now 12th in the Premier League at the time of this writing.

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Head to head

There have been 60 meetings between Norwich and Everton in all competitions since 1972: 18 Norwich wins, 18 draws and 24 Everton wins.

The last time we played the Toffees on Carrow Road, the Premier League game ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Wes Hoolahan. Take our quiz to see if you can name the City squad for that game!

Everton has not beaten City at Carrow Road since October 2004.

Reference Clock

Andy Madley will watch the game on Wednesday, with Jonathon Moss and Scott Ledger in charge of VAR. Marc Perry and Eddie Smart are Madley’s assistants, with John Brooks the fourth officer.

Madley has officiated 20 games in all competitions this season, delivering 72 yellow cards and six red cards.

The last time he was the referee for a Norwich match was our 1-1 draw with Leicester City in December.

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How to follow

The match airs for free on the BBC, with the first half on BBC Two and the second half on BBC One. For supporters abroad, click here for the Premier League broadcast schedule.

# NR1Live returns for Wednesday’s game with presenter Darren Eadie accompanied in the studio by Rob Newman. You can watch the chat before and after the game for FREE on our YouTube channel, with the program switching to Canarias TV when the game starts.

Canarias TV subscribers can listen to live comments from BBC Radio Norfolk by Chris Goreham buying a monthly / annual pass / pass. For further information please click here .

We will make regular updates to our Twitter account, including the reaction after the final whistle.

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