A pair of in-form strikers in Steve Morison and Heidar Helguson go head-to-head as two sides from last year's Championship are set for a Premier League goalfest at Carrow Road
Naughton, Martin, Barnett, Tierney
Bennett, Fox, Johnson, Pilkington
Young, Gabbidon, Ferdinand, Hill
Wright-Phillips, Buzsaky, Faurlin, Taarabt
Neil Warnock will be without his captain Joey Barton this weekend, with the midfielder having picked up his fifth booking of the season against Stoke meaning Akos Buzsaky may fill in for the former Newcastle man. Adel Taarabt missed the 3-2 victory over Tony Pulis' men after reportedly losing his passport and suitcases during the international break, and QPR had performed well in his absence, but he most likely will be restored, potentially at the expense of Armand Traore.
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- Norwich City have exceed expectations so far this season to sit 11th at present, but are within three points' reach of 17th-placed Wolves.
- The Canaries, having lost their last two games, have failed to win in four.
- Striker Steve Morison has netted for Lambert's men in each of their last three games, taking his tally for the season to four and making him the club's joint top-scorer along with Anthony Pilkington.
- QPR hitman Heidar Helguson is in similar form, with four goals from his last four games, including a brace against Stoke - only Arsenal's Robin van Persie has scored more in the Premier League since October 15.
- Both sides have scored at least one goal in each of their last five matches.
- Norwich are yet to record a single clean sheet in any competition in the 2011-12 season.
- QPR are more than used to facing the Canaries, whom they have played against in more Football League or Premier League matches than any other club - at a whopping 110 encounters through the years.