STARTING XIs: Martin on the bench as Burnley and City both make sweeping changes
PUBLISHED: 14:56 25 January 2020 | UPDATED: 14:56 25 January 2020
Academy prospect Josh Martin has been named on the bench for Norwich City’s FA Cup fourth round tie at Burnley, with both teams making sweeping changes to their starting XIs.
The Canaries make seven changes, with loan keeper Ralf Fahrmann making just his third start and Jamal Lewis returning at left-back, with Sam Byram switching to the right.
Mario Vrancic and Tom Trybull come into central midfield and Onel Hernandez and Marco Stiepermann join Lucas Rupp in attacking midfield.
Switzerland international Josip Drmic makes his first start for the Canaries but Adam Idah is not involved, despite his hat-trick at Preston in the previous round.
Teemu Pukki is named on the bench, with Republic of Ireland U21 star Idah linked with loan moves to Charlton and Doncaster recently.
Arsenal academy product Martin is involved with the first team for the first time, having scored a hat-trick in the FA Youth Cup third round against Newcastle last month.
The attacking midfielder, 18, was in the U18 team beaten 2-0 by Manchester Unied in the fourth round of the Youth Cup at Carrow Road on Tuesday.
The hosts makes five changes, with former England number one Joe Hart starting in goal and former Canaries winger Robbie Brady getting the nod.
Erik Pieters returns at left-back and Kevin Long in central defence, with former Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon also getting a start.
BURNLEY: Hart; Lowton, Tarkowski, Long, Pieters; Lennon, Cork, Westwood, Brady; Wood, Rodriguez. Subs: Peacock-Farrell (GK), Taylor, McNeil, Hendrick, Vydra, Goodridge
NORWICH: Fahrmann; Byram, Zimmermann, Hanley (C), Lewis; Trybull, Vrancic; Rupp, Stiepermann, Hernandez; Drmic. Subs: McGovern (GK), Aarons, Tettey, McLean, Duda, Martin, Pukki
REFEREE; Michael Oliver (Durham)
VAR: Paul Tierney (Lancashire)
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