Norwich City host Everton at Carrow Road on Wednesday evening (6pm KO), the Canaries desperate for three points.
Our Match Preview takes a closer look at the opposition as well as the game’s officials and provides information on how you can follow the action live.
The Toffees go into this one with less recovery time than Norwich, having held Merseyside rivals Liverpool to a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Sunday night.
Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton could be a very different side to the one the Canaries beat 2-0 back in November, Todd Cantwell and Dennis Srbeny on the score sheet against Marco Silva’s outfit that day.
After a 5-2 defeat to Liverpool in early December, Everton parted ways with Silva, Duncan Ferguson taking over as caretaker manager for three games in all competitions until Ancelotti’s appointment.
Everton crucially became more difficult to beat under Ancelotti, and now sit twelfth in the Premier League at the time of writing.
There have been 60 meetings between Norwich and Everton in all competitions since 1972 – 18 Norwich wins, 18 draws, and 24 Everton wins.
Last time we played the Toffees at Carrow Road, the Premier League game ended in a 1-1 draw thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Wes Hoolahan. Take our quiz to see if you can name the City squad from that game!
Everton haven’t beaten City at Carrow Road since October 2004.
Andy Madley will see over Wednesday’s fixture, with Jonathon Moss and Scott Ledger in charge of VAR. Marc Perry and Eddie Smart are Madley’s assistants, with John Brooks the fourth official.
Madley has officiated 20 games in all competitions this season, handing out 72 yellow cards and six red cards.
The last time he was the referee for a Norwich game was our 1-1 draw away to Leicester City in December.
How to follow
The match is being broadcast free to air on BBC, with the first half being shown on BBC Two and the second half on BBC One. For overseas supporters, click here to view the Premier League's broadcasting schedule.
#NR1Live is back for Wednesday's game with host Darren Eadie being joined in the studio by Rob Newman. You can catch the pre and post-match chat for FREE on our YouTube channel, with the programme switching over to Canaries TV when the game begins.
Canaries TV subscribers can listen to live BBC Radio Norfolk commentary from Chris Goreham by purchasing a match/monthly/yearly pass. For more information, click HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.