Norwich City's display at Elland Road earlier this season can give them confidence going into their play-off semi-final second leg.

That's the verdict of former Norwich and Leeds United defender Leigh Bromby, who also worked with Canaries head coach David Wagner when he won the mini-tournament with Huddersfield Town.

City were beaten 1-0 by Leeds on their last visit to Yorkshire, but dominated large spells of the game as Daniel Farke has since admitted. Full-back Jack Stacey also felt there were positives to take from that performance, and Bromby concurs.

"Norwich were the best team I've seen at Elland Road this season, so they'll have confidence," he said. "They'll also have confidence because David Wagner's been promoted to the play-offs before.

"You've got Narcis, who's got that experience at Huddersfield Town in the play-offs, and you've got Paul Clements as well within the ranks.

"I know for a fact that Norwich will be well-prepped, because I know the manager, the coaches, Narcis, Christoph and Hughesy. They'll be the most well-prepped team in the play-offs, probably alongside Carlos (Corberan with West Brom) as well.

"I was at Huddersfield Town when David was there, and [that experience] is huge. I remember some of the things he worked through last time. It's two games and he used it as four halves and things like that."

Wagner said after a 0-0 first-leg draw at Carrow Road that experience wasn't everything going into Thursday night's clash, but Bromby believes it's a key factor in any case.

"That's the confidence that Norwich fans can have," he continued, speaking to BBC Radio Norfolk. "I'm not sure whether many of the Leeds players have been through the play-offs or experienced that.

"Being an ex-player who's been through them, it is such a difficult place to be. When you're in the chase for the top two all season, to then go into the play-offs is a disappointment.

"The feeling in the Norwich camp will be different. They'll feel like they've achieved something getting into the play-offs, whereas Leeds are in that moment where they probably feel it's disappointment.

"Leeds are looking and thinking they've got to go again, whereas it's a bonus for Norwich. The psychology is totally different."