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There's no getting away from the fact that Manchester United are formidable opponents in every sense of the word, and as a result, some teams often go to Old Trafford with the mentality that defeat is inevitable.
However, Norwich City shouldn't fall into this trap because every team in the world is beatable on any given day.
To borrow an old phrase from the now departed Paul Lambert, "We've earned the right to play them", and although Lambert may have passed on— the philosophy remains the same.
It's obvious that Norwich will be up against a whole host of world class players on Saturday afternoon, but strip that reputation away, and the United players are still human beings like the rest of us.
Matches like this are exactly why the Canaries fought so hard to claim a place in the Premier League 18 months ago and now they have a chance to face one of the world's very best teams as equals.
Financially, there may be light-years between the two clubs, but in terms of the English footballing pyramid, there is nothing.
Simply put, Norwich City and Manchester United are both Premier League clubs, playing for three Premier League points.