Division One Round-Up
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Nigel Worthington's men kept up their march towards The Premiership, as Gary Holt gave The Canaries a 1-0 lead at the break for the visitors.
They sealed all three points with five minutes remaining as Canadian international Jim Brennan made it 2-0 to the high-flying East Anglian side.
West Bromwich Albion kept pace with a 2-1 victory over Cardiff City in the early kick-off at The Hawthorns.
All the goals came in the second half as West Brom took the lead on 55 minutes through Neil Clement.
Alan Lee then equalised for the visiting Bluebirds with ten minutes remaining before Lee Hughes won the match on 85 minutes for The Baggies.
Wigan Athletic stay four points behind West Brom after a 2-0 win over struggling Derby County at The JJB Stadium.
Nathan Ellington scored just before the break for The Latics and substitute Lee McCulloch wrapped up the three points with 12 minutes left for Paul Jewell's side.
Ipswich Town push into the play-off places with a 3-1 victory over struggling Bradford City at Portman Road.
Goals by Shefki Kuqi, Ian Westlake and Darren Bent were enough for Joe Royle's men on Saturday, as The Bantams got a single reply just before the break through Dean Windass.
Crystal Palace moved to within a point of the play-off places after winning a nine-goal thriller against Stoke City 6-3 at Selhurst Park.
The Eagles got a first half hat-trick from Andy Johnson - two from the penalty spot - along with single strikes from Michael Hughes, Neil Shipperley and Wayne Routledge.
The Potters played their part in the contest with three goals of their own from John Eustace, Clive Clarke and Carl Asaba from the penalty spot.
Watford put some space between themselves and the relegation places with an important 2-0 win over promotion-chasers Preston North End at Vicarage Road.
Hameur Bouazza gave The Hornets a 1-0 half time lead before Paul Devlin sealed victory ten minutes from time for Ray Lewington's side.
Finally, it was an eventful day for new Nottingham Forest manager Joe Kinnear, as his side earned a well-deserved 3-3 draw with Midlands rivals Walsall at The City Ground.
Forest got off to the best start as new loan signing Andy Impey gave the home side the lead after three minutes before Jorge Leitao equalised for The Saddlers two minutes later.
Colin Lee's side then took the initiative with two more goals from Jamie Lawrence and Gary Wales to make it 3-1 at the break to the visitors.
However, Forest were ale to turn it around in the second half through Marlon King on 56 minutes and former Burnley striker Gareth Taylor in the final minute, as both sides had to settle for a point.
Click below for match summaries:
Coventry 0-2 Norwich
Crystal Palace 6-3 Stoke
Ipswich 3-1 Bradford
Nott'm Forest 3-3 Walsall
Watford 2-0 Preston
West Brom 2-1 Cardiff
Wigan 2-0 Derby
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