The Canaries visit Shrewsbury Town in the Capital One Cup
Capital One Cup Round 3
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Neil Adams told the media at Colney on Monday morning to expect changes for the Capital One Cup tie at Greenhous Meadow.
One player who will definitely be rested is Wes Hoolahan, with others expected to follow suit, opening the door for members of the squad who haven’t featured as regularly to make an impression.
Jonny Howson (knee) and Gary Hooper (ankle) played an hour for the Under-21s on Friday and could feature on Tuesday night, but Ryan Bennett and Mark Bunn (both ankle) are ruled out.
Shrewsbury boss Micky Mellon has no new injury concerns, although the match is likely to come too soon for Dave McAllister (ankle).
D – 0-0 v Newport County (H) 20/09/2014 – League Two
W – 1-0 v Carlisle United (H) 16/09/2014 – League Two
L – 0-1 v Stevenage (A) 13/09/2014 – League Two
L – 0-2 v Hartlepool United (A) 06/09/2014 – League Two
L – 0-1 v Preston North End (A) 02/092/2014 – Johnstone’s Paint Trophy R1
D – 2-2 v Birmingham City (H) 20/09/2014 - Championship
W – 3-0 v Brentford (A) 16/09/2014 - Championship
W – 4-2 v Cardiff City (A) 13/09/2014 - Championship
D – 1-1 v Bournemouth (H) 30/08/2014 - Championship
W – 3-1 v Crawley Town (H) 26/08/2014 – Capital One Cup R2
LAST SHREWSBURY TOWN XI (v Newport County)
Jayson Leutwiler; Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Mark Ellis, Connor Goldson (c), Jermaine Grandison; Andrew Mangan, James Wesolowski, Ryan Woods; Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, Jordan Clarke, Scott Vernon.
LAST NORWICH CITY XI (v Birmingham City)
John Ruddy; Russell Martin (c), Michael Turner, Jos Hooiveld, Martin Olsson; Nathan Redmond, Alex Tettey, Bradley Johnson, Wes Hoolahan; Cameron Jerome, Lewis Grabban.
CAPITAL ONE CUP ROUND 3 FIXTURES (all games at 19.45 on Tuesday unless stated otherwise)
Arsenal v Southampton
Cardiff City v Bournemouth
Derby County v Reading
Leyton Orient v Sheffield United
Liverpool v Middlesbrough
MK Dons v Bradford City
SHREWSBURY TOWN v NORWICH CITY
Sunderland v Stoke City
Swansea City v Everton
Fulham v Doncaster Rovers (20.00)
Burton Albion v Brighton & Hove Albion (Wednesday, 19.45)
Chelsea v Bolton Wanderers (Wednesday, 19.45)
Crystal Palace v Newcastle United (Wednesday, 19.45)
Manchester City v Sheffield Wednesday (Wednesday, 19.45)
Tottenham Hotspur v Nottingham Forest (Wednesday, 19.45)
West Bromwich Albion v Hull City (Wednesday, 20.00)
NEXT MATCH AT CARROW ROAD
Charlton Athletic, Tue 30 September – 19:45