Daniel Farke knows nothing is done in the Championship play-off semi-finals despite his Leeds United side having home advantage over Norwich City.

City's 0-0 first-leg draw with the Whites means Thursday's trip to Elland Road is a straight shoot-out between the teams, with the winners going through to the final at Wembley in less than two weeks.

Farke is pleased the decider will be played in Yorkshire, but says his former side still carry a threat.

"Everything is still possible, and we need to make sure we play with the same focus and intensity on Thursday," he said.

"Obviously you'd rather play at home than away, but everything is possible. I just have to point to the semi-finals in the Champions League.

"Each and every side can win in such a situation, and you have to make sure that when you have the support from the home fans you're not overdoing things, you're not over-motivated.

"Norwich are a really good side and also a threat on the counter-attack. If you're too greedy and open too many spaces, then they could punish you.

"We have to make sure that we find the fine margin. Obviously we like to play at home, there is no doubt about this. We have overall a really good home record over the season.

"But it's not guaranteed. It's still 50-50, and both sides have the same chance to earn their spot in the final."

There was a temptation for Leeds to push for a winner at Carrow Road, but Farke knows better than most about the quality Norwich have.

His clap of all four corners of the stadium was a reminder of the love he still has for the club, and he believes a draw was a good result for his current side.

"Norwich have many, many technical players, especially in the centre of the park," he continued. "We had a few problems in the second game of the [regular] season against them, our home game.

"We allowed players like (Gabriel) Sara, (Marcelino) Nunez and (Kenny) McLean a bit too much space to control the game.

"They're a really good side, they've earned their spot in the semi-final. If you come away with that result in the first leg you have to be happy."