Grant Holt picked up a hamstring problem late on against Wigan but should be fit to lead the line this weekend.
Harry Kane has returned to training after a lengthy spell on the sidelines but will be short of match fitness.
John Ruddy remains sidelined, so the team is likely to remain unchanged after the win last time out.
The away team has gone on to win in 6 of the last 7 encounters between these two sides, including all of the last four, so Norwich will be confident of stretching their incredible 10-game unbeaten run.
West Brom will be hoping to get the first goal in a home game for the eighth time this season and know that if they do, they may well hold onto the lead having kept 8 clean sheets in their last 13 matches at The Hawthorns.
A win could potentially move Norwich into the European places but Hughton would be more than happy to take a point away from a West Brom side that sit just one place above them in the league.
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