Daniel Farke says he will make changes to his side as the Canaries face QPR at Loftus Road on Easter Monday.
City went down 2-0 against Fulham at Carrow Road, and Farke says he’ll freshen things up for a second match in four days.
“We will have to rotate in several positions,” Farke told the media. “Maybe not eight or nine because that’s not healthy for the team, but we will make some changes.
“In general our fitness and our condition isn’t a problem. But when you have had a game against Fulham on a wet pitch and you have a game two-and-a-half days later then you have to rotate a bit. But we’ll have a strong squad, for sure.”
QPR lost 1-0 to Reading on Saturday and sit one place and five points behind the Canaries in the table, with Ian Holloway’s men inconsistent for much of the season. However, Daniel Farke expects a tough game at Loftus Road.
“QPR play with a big intensity and try to press and try to be aggressive so it’s important in this situation to stay calm and be good in possession. QPR will try to press us so it will be important to keep the ball and exhaust the opponent.
“We’ll have a good team against QPR and look to put in a positive performance.”