The Canaries are just one away from the 40-point mark and are travelling to face Martin Jol's side, who could be facing the prospect of a fourth straight defeat
Kelly, Hangeland, Hughes, Riise
Duff, Diarra, Dempsey, Murphy, Dembele
Martin, Whitbread, Ward, Naughton
Bennett, Howson, Fox, Surman
Fulham are without Andy Johnson, who still has no set return date from a knee injury. The home side are also missing long-term absentees Steve Sidwell (hernia) and Zdenek Grygera (knee).
The Cottagers have lost three in a row and a recall for Danny Murphy would seem a logical choice as manager Martin Jol looks to shore up his midfield. Aaron Hughes is expected to continue in defenc, in place of Philippe Senderos.
Norwich City are without top scorer Grant Holt who was sent off in his last game - Steve Morison will be his likely replacement. Anthony Pilkington is struggling to be fit and, with so many attacking options available to Paul Lambert, there should be no need to risk the winger from the start. A place on the bench is more likely.
Kyle Naughton is also expected to come in at left-back, where he has often been deployed in away games for the Canaries this season.
||DID YOU KNOW?|
- Fulham have won seven of their last nine games against Norwich, drawing the other two.
- The Cottagers have recovered eight points from losing positions at home this season, the most in the Premeir League
- Only Chelsea and QPR (15) have dropped more points from winning positions than Norwich (14). Norwich are 20/1 with William Hill to be winning at half-time but losing at full-time.
- But only Arsenal (19) and Wolves (14) have recovered more points from losing positions than the Canaries (13).
- Paul Lambert's side have scored more headed goals than anyone else in the Premier League so far this season.
- Goalkeeper John Ruddy (pictured right) is expected to make his 75th appearance for Norwich.
- The Canaries snatched a draw in the reverse fixture with Simeon Jackson grabbing a 90th-minute equaliser on December 31.
- In each of Fulham's last five games, only one team has scored.