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WATCH: This week’s Pink Un Show with Michael Bailey, Darren Eadie, Alex Neil, Rafael Benitez, Cameron Jerome, photographer Paul Chesterton, Newcastle Chronicle’s Lee Ryder and all the usual Norwich City fun and games

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on Mustard TV - and it's well worth a look for all Canaries fans.

The Pink Un Show is our Norwich City fanzine on Mustard TV - and it's well worth a look for all Canaries fans.

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This week’s Pink Un Show – Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine – is right here to watch, as the crew cover all the latest Canaries talking points.

Hosts Michael Bailey and Norwich City legend Darren Eadie are joined in the studio by Press Association sports journalist and City fan Jim van Wijk.

They review the midweek draw with Newcastle United at Carrow Road, as well as those stunning goals scored in Saturday’s thumping Championship home win over Nottingham Forest.

Bailey, Eadie and guests also look ahead to Saturday’s historic trip to Burton Albion, as City continue their pursuit of the second tier’s top six.

The show is broadcast live from 6.45pm on YouTube and also responds to your calls, posts and tweets in Talk Is Cheep as the studio takes the temperature of the Norwich City supporters.

And you can join in with future live shows by tweeting @pinkun

Follow The PinkUn on Facebook here

If you want to call in and have your say on The Pink Un Show or get involved in any of our features, just send an email to sport@mustardtv.co.uk

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