NORWICH City's Under-21s welcome Leicester City to Colney Training Centre on Monday (3pm).
Dmitri Halajko's team will be looking for a positive result after going down 3-1 to Sunderland in their opening fixture on Wearside last weekend.
Speaking to canaries.co.uk ahead of the Barclays Under-21s Premier League fixture, Halajko said he's hoping a good week's training pays off for the youngsters.
"There are bits that we need to tidy up on, and we’ve addressed a few of those already, so we’re hoping to see improvements in those areas for this game," he commented.
“They’ve trained well all week again. They’ve been really good on the training pitch all season so far, so now we have to take out some of our frustrations from the Sunderland game on the Leicester game.
“They are a good side, they’ve got a promising crop of players coming through with a lot of England youth internationals in their group.
“They got through to the semi-final of the FA Youth Cup last year, so it will be another good test for us but we’re looking forward to it."
LAST CITY TEAM: Killip; Norman, Efete, Thompson, Crowe (Eaton-Collins 81), Coker, Jacob Murphy, McGrandles, Loza, King (Grant 70), Josh Murphy. Subs not used: Oxborough, Ramsay.