Norwich v Everton
Norwich welcome back leading marksman Grant Holt after the 14-goal striker was forced to serve a one-match suspension, whilst Marc Tierney (groin), Daniel Ayala (knee) and former Everton striker James Vaughan (knee) could all miss out.
Royston Drenthe has returned to training for the Blues following a spell of compassionate leave. Jack Rodwell (hamstring) and Seamus Coleman (thigh) are both yet to return after missing the last four league games.
Norwich: LWLDLL. Fulham (a), lost 2-1; Wolves (h), won 2-1; Newcastle (a), lost 1-0; Wigan (h), drew 1-1; Stoke (a), lost 1-0; Manchester United (h), lost 2-1.
Everton: WWWLDL. West Brom (h), won 2-0; Sunderland (a), FA Cup, won 2-0; Swansea (a), won 2-0; Arsenal (h), lost 1-0; Sunderland (h), FA Cup, drew 1-1; Liverpool (a), lost 3-0.
1) Leighton Baines could make his 200th appearance in all competitions for the Blues.
2) Everton's defeat of West Brom marked the first time in the Club's history they had recorded three successive 2-0 victories.
3) Darron Gibson is yet to be on the losing side for Everton, 10 games into his Goodison career. He is undefeated in 23 league games, dating back to his former club Manchester United's 2-1 loss against Chelsea in April 2010.
4) A win would mark Everton's 100th away victory in the Premier League
5) Norwich have not won any of the last seven meetings between the clubs, with the Blues emerging victorious on five occasions and two contests resulting in draws.
6) The game will be David Moyes' 700th as a manager.
Norwich City manger Paul Lambert on striker Grant Holt: "I think that he can be misconstrued as an old-fashioned No 9. He's got ability to play the game. His career has been up and down, in the lower reaches. I think the last three years has been an incredible high for him, as it has for a number of lads. He's getting the rewards for that hard work, effort, graft, disappointments, knocks - all that"
Everton defender Phil Jagielka: "A lot of bookies and others might have expected [Norwich] to struggle but they’ve been flying. Their defensive record speaks for itself. They’ve conceded a few goals over the course of the season as everyone does, but nobody has had an easy game against them."
December 17, 2011. Everton 1-1 Norwich. David Moyes’ men had to come from behind and settle for a solitary point despite dominating proceedings at Goodison Park. Grant Holt gave the visitors a 27th-minute lead with a neat turn and finish but, despite carving out numerous efforts on goal, it took until 10 minutes from time for the hosts to level through Leon Osman. The midfielder got a touch on an effort from Royston Drenthe to divert the ball under Canaries goalkeeper John Ruddy, a former Blue.
October 23, 2004. Norwich 2-3 Everton. The Blues edged a five-goal thriller on their most recent league outing at Carrow Road. Kevin Kilbane and Marcus Bent put the visitors 2-0 up at half time but the Canaries fought back straight after the interval through Leon McKenzie and Damien Francis. Steve Watson and Duncan Ferguson came off the bench and the two combined on 72 minutes, the former crossing for the latter to head home and seal all three points.
Many of the Everton line-up could face former team-mates in John Ruddy and James Vaughan on Saturday.
The one-time Blues goalkeeper and Everton's youngest ever goalscorer are the most recent additions to the list of players that have featured for both clubs.
Dave Watson, Matt Jackson, Joe Royle and Graham Stuart have all played for Norwich and Everton.
Everton's allocation for the game at Carrow Road has sold out. Free live updates and radio commentary will be available here on evertonfc.com.
Official Betting Partner 188BET have chosen their Top 5 Betting Picks ahead of the game. They are:
Everton to win @ 2.35
Everton to win the first half @ 3.05
Everton to draw the first half and win the second half @ 5.50 (9/2)
Nikica Jelavic to score the first goal @ 6.50 (11/2)
Victor Anichebe to score the first goal @ 8.50 (15/2)