Sunday, October 28th, 2012
Carrow Road plays host to an all-Premier League clash in the Capital One Cup as Chris Hughton plays host to former club Tottenham with both sides eyeing a spot in the quarter finals.
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Norwich travelled to Spurs in early September and secured a creditable 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane, so the home side will be confident of progressing in the Capital One Cup.
The Canaries endured a tough start to the campaign, with many suspecting “second season syndrome” at work but of late, results have picked up. Victory over Arsenal was followed up with a draw at Aston Villa on the weekend and this could be a tough game for Spurs.
Chris Hughton’s team have disposed of Scunthorpe and Doncaster so far in the competition and will almost certainly play a strong starting XI versus Tottenham.
Hughton said: “There will be changes – how many I don’t know yet. I have to say that where I am fortunate is that I’ve got good options and we are not the type of squad that has got a best 11 that’s far better than those outside it.”
After a busy period since the international break, including an away match in the Europa League at Maribor last Thursday and then victory at Southampton on Sunday, Andre Villas-Boas has some selection dilemmas.
AVB and his assistant Stefan Freund reiterated at an Open Day on Monday at White Hart Lane that silverware is a priority but Emmanuel Adebayor is a doubt with a stomach bug and Moussa Dembele is still out through injury.
Hugo Lloris will almost certainly grab a start in goal and the likes of Kyle Naughton, Jake Livermore, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Michael Dawson and Andros Townsend are all in contention.
If Spurs are eager to win they will likely include some of their bigger name players such as Gareth Bale, who scored a terrific goal for Tottenham when they won at Norwich in the Premier League last season (see video below).