Norwich City's Under-23s are back in action against Leicester City in the Premier League Cup at Colney Training Centre on Monday (7pm kick-off).
Leicester were last in action against Exeter City Under-23s in the Premier League Cup earlier this month. The Foxes drew 1-1 that day with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall scoring seven minutes from time to salvage a point at Holmes Park.
Nottingham Forest remain top of Norwich’s Premier League Cup group, as the Reds sit on 9 points with a 100% record in the competition so far. Leicester City sit 2nd in the table on four points, just three points ahead of the Canaries who are at the foot of the table.
Last time in the competition, the Canaries played against Nottingham Forest at Colney in November, narrowly losing 1-0 against the group leaders after a first-half tap-in from Jordan Lawrence-Gabriel.
Norwich played the Foxes earlier this campaign, with the Canaries convincingly beat at Holmes Park losing 3-0; goals from Uche Rubio, Tyrese Shade and an unfortunate own goal from Ciaren Jones was enough to get all three points.
You can follow updates of the match at Colney Training Centre by following our Academy Twitter account HERE.
Please note – although fans are welcome to watch the matches at Colney they are advised that due to the extensive building works on site there is very limited parking.
What parking there is available is strictly on a first-come, first served basis and therefore supporters are advised to share transport or seek alternative methods of getting to the training ground – a drop off area at the gates will be employed on the day of a game.