Having run out 4-0 winners in November's reverse encounter at Hillsborough, they are priced at 51/100 (1.51) with SportPesa to fulfill their side of the bargain with a victory here.
The Owls still have their own faint hopes of a play-off spot as they sit six points adrift of the top six, and are on offer at 51/10 (6.10) to pull off an impressive win against the leaders.
The hosts' promotion push has stumbled slightly after draws in their last two matches, and you can get odds of 17/5 (4.20) on them being held to another frustrating stalemate in this one.
Emiliano Buendia is suspended for Norwich and the on-loan Jordan Rhodes is ineligible to face his parent club, although Louis Thompson and Carlton Morris are both in contention after returning from injury.
Barry Bannan, Dominic Iorfa, Rolando Aarons and Josh Onomah will all hope to return following injury, while Sam Hutchinson should be available after recovering from illness.
Although they eventually ran out comfortable 4-0 winners in the previous meeting with this opposition, the Canaries were forced to remain patient in a match that was goalless at half-time.
This trend for late action has continued for Norwich, who have scored each of their last four goals within the final 10 minutes of matches and struck before half-time in just one of their last four games.
Similarly, Steve Bruce's men have only found the net in the first half once in their previous four fixtures, and hit only eight first-half goals in 16 matches.
All in all, odds of 20/23 (1.87) look like the best bet on the majority of goalmouth action unfolding in the second 45 minutes.