Norwich City suffer huge injury blow as another vital player set to miss Sunderland clash

Norwich City has received unfortunate news on the injury front in anticipation of their upcoming clash with Sunderland this weekend.

David Wagner’s team found themselves outperformed at Carrow Road, with Michael Carrick’s Middlesbrough securing a 2-1 victory in the Championship on Tuesday night. This result extends Norwich City’s winless streak to four consecutive matches.

Now, Norwich faces an away trip to the North East to take on Sunderland, a team that has experienced three consecutive losses under the management of Tony Mowbray. The match is scheduled for Saturday at the Stadium of Light in the league.

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Following the defeat to Middlesbrough, Wagner confirmed a significant injury setback concerning Scotland’s international goalkeeper, Angus Gunn. The former Southampton player sustained an injury in the previous week’s match against Leeds United. Wagner stated, “He had a scan. He pulled a muscle. He will be sidelined for the next three games before the international break. Afterward, we will decide whether to recall Jon (McCracken). I need to have discussions with our goalkeeper coach Clem (Paul Clements).”

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