16 minutes: Lees plays Onel Hernández at the side and Dawson makes a fantastic parade with his right leg! The winger was pushed in, with Norwich suddenly two-on-one. He did everything right, but the Wednesday keeper did well to rule him out. Pukki lurked on the rebound. Despite some horrors, Bruce will be relatively satisfied with this start. Norwich has not had everything in his own way.
15 minutes: Half a chance for the Argos-loving Onel Hernández, but Michael Hector is equal to that. But back, Norwich …
14 minutes: Boyd got the ball in the net – but Wednesday's striker was only a fraction. Dominic Iorfa stormed forward, pierced Boyd and rolled him over Krul, but the linesman had his flag up.
13 minutes: Fletcher goes over for Wednesday! They pull the ball around, it's a nice move and it ends with Fletcher crossing the Palmer flank from the left. There were a few nice triangles outside the box, and Matias, who was replaced last time in Leeds, was influential early on.
12 minutes: Tom Lees, captain on Wednesday, is trying to take a step forward with Josh Onomah. Liam Palmer is played on the left, Max Aarons is placed in a cucumber, but Norwich clears the lines.
11 minutes: Forestieri has a crack from a distance – every 30 yards – and Tim Krul nods his head as he jumps dangerously in front of him. Sheffield Wednesday has decided, but Norwich is on the up.
9 min: Stiepermann misses the goal, but is hammered directly on Dawson, who likes to collect the free kick after his mistake.
7 minutes: Cameron Dawson handles the ball outside the box – and gets a yellow card for his offense! Dawson storms out of the gate to collect a high ball from Stiepermann, and is penalized for deliberate handball. Well, it's just a yellow one for Wednesday, who has no goalkeeper on the bench in Carrow Road following a Keiren Westwood injury in the warm-up. Dawson was promoted to the starting grid at the last minute and looked very rusty there. Stiepermann shapes to shoot …
6 minutes: Pukki jinks in George Boyd and blows up! Wonderful footwork from the Finn after Norwich countered with pace. A pinball machine in the Norwich box gave a little confidence on Wednesday. Matias lurked again, but the hosts did well to keep their possession forward and shoot forward after a Daisy cutter from Steven Fletcher.
4 minutes: Marco Matias shuffles into the pits, but Leitner interrupts in time. Trybull Forestieri rattled moments ago, but Sheffield Wednesday did not mind the first free-kick. They recycled the property and Matias made his way unchecked into the box. As promising as the start of Norwich was, Sheffield Wednesday did not turn up just to roll. They also showed an early intention.
2 minutes: Moritz Leitner, who makes his first start since December, wins the ball back in the engine room to start another move. Norwich missed Buendia – but Leitner's return is a big plus.
1 minute: Pukki wins the ball halfway and drives straight on. But unusually he was a little selfish and got into trouble with Stiepermann to his left. His back wheel does not release and the train breaks off. There is already a great party atmosphere in the stadium.
Norwich brings everything to Carrow Road.
A strike for Sheffield Wednesday on the verge of contention: Keiren Westwood injured his knee and Cameron Dawson will replace him in goal. Westwood was absolutely phenomenal last weekend in Elland Road and has been great since its inception.
A sun kissed Carrow Road looks gorgeous. The kick-off will take place in no time. A quick reminder that Mo Leitner is back in Norwich, while Tottenham loan recipient Josh Onomah makes his first Sheffield Wednesday appearance since February.
Teemu Pukki closes the championship gold boot. The Finnish striker, who was free transfer last summer, has scored 27 goals and is counting this campaign. "It was an incredible year," Pukki said earlier this month after winning the EFL Player of the Year award. "We played first-class football and some brilliant young people come through. It's a pleasure to play in this team because I know I get chances in every game. To ascend as a master is much more than just ascending. When I came, we did not talk much about goals, but you could see the potential. "
Daniel Farke speaks. "All the other results do not matter, we're just fully focused on our game," says the Norwich head coach. "Sheffield Wednesday is a very good team and we have a difficult task. Moritz Leitner was crucial for many months and we got the opportunity to bring him back tonight. We can play with confidence, but under Steve Bruce they only had two defeats and are therefore hard to beat. Every point is important. Bruce adds, "It's been a long time since I played here  But it's a great little club, and I'm glad they're where they are. "
Some readings before the game to digest:
This Norwich team was a breath of fresh air, A spine of priceless experience – Tim Krul, Marco Stiepermann, Mo Leitner, Teemu Pukki and Co – and beyond, they have a youthful exuberance. Max Aarons and Jamal Lewis (who were both picked up by Luton in the middle of Luton) were revelations to the full-backs, while Noble Ben Godfrey, who had been on loan in Shrewsbury last season since he came on the defensive in December. Then there is Todd Cantwell.
Norwich City: Krul; Aarons, Carpenter, Godfrey, Lewis; Trybull, Leitner; McLean, Stiepermann, Hernandez; Pukki
Subs: Oxborough, Vrancic, Klose, Tettey, Hanley, Srbeny, Cantwell
Sheffield Wednesday: Westwood; Lee, Hector, Iorfa; Palmer, Onomah, Hutchinson, Boyd; Forestieri, Fletcher, Matias
Subs: Dawson, Fox, Pelupessy, Bannan, Winnall, Nuhiu, Joao
Referee: Geoff Eltringham
After the hard part, the rest is easy for Norwich City. Well, relative: If they can turn Sheffield Wednesday over and win against Stoke City on Monday, they will seal not only the ascent but also the championship title. Win tonight, and Daniel Farkes team will win seven points ahead of second-placed Sheffield United with only nine points remaining. In short, Norwich is almost there, almost over the line. However, the victories this season are not a matter of course: just ask Marcelo Bielsa. Steve Bruce had nearly retired on Wednesday after losing to Leeds last weekend, and if defeated at Carrow Road, the play-offs will certainly be beyond it, if not mathematically. In terms of team news, Emil Buendia serves the final of a three-game suspension while Jordan Rhodes is unable to face his home club. Adam Reach is touch-and-go on Wednesday after an Achilles tendon injury.
Kicking off: 7.45 pm (BST)