City looking for upturn in league form
Dmitri Halajko's young Canaries are currently second from bottom in the Elite tier of the division after winning one, drawing one and losing three of their five matches so far.
They have combined their league schedule with continental commitments over recent weeks but return to domestic action at the Madejski Stadium.
The contest comes less than a week after Halajko's team were beaten 2-1 by Leicester City in their third and final International Cup group game.
City are likely to field a youthful team once again, with five of Halajko's already small squad away from the Club on loan. They are allowed to feature three overage outfield players in the competition, however.
After the Foxes defeat, their coach said: "We weren't clinical enough. We had enough chances to win the game and we didn't take them, and there are slim margins at this level.
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L - 1-2 v Leicester City (A) 20/10/2015 - Premier League International Cup
L - 2-3 v Tottenham (H) 15/10/2015 - Barclays U21s Premier League
W - 1-0 v Villarreal (H) 07/10/2015 - Premier League International Cup
L - 1-3 v Everton (A) 29/09/2015 - Barclays U21s Premier League
L – 0-3 v PSV (H) 02/09/2015 - Premier League International Cup
LAST NORWICH CITY U21s XI (v Leicester)
Killip (c); Wisdom (Coker 73), Norman, Efete, Hall-Johnson; Grant, Mulumbu (Crowe 63), Odjidja-Ofoe; Cantwell, Ashley Seal (Ramsay 26), Eaton-Collins. Unused subs: Oxborough (GK), McIntosh.