Norwich City has strengthened its position, remaining firmly at the top of the table with 84 points (ahead of second-placed Sheffield United who are on 77 points), following a 4-0 win over Queens Park Rangers, in what was an all-Erreà derby.

The Canaries delivered an outstandingly strong performance, dominating their opponents without too much difficulty and with much energy.

A victory that is a prelude to their next home-game at Carrow Road, on 10 April, against a Reading side that is currently four places from the bottom of the table. It's a game that could launch Norwich in the direction of a much hoped for and magnificent promotion to the Premier League.