Team selector: Who should start for Norwich City against Brighton?
- Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd
Is it time for Onel Hernandez and, if so, how would you tweak Norwich City’s attacking line up for the Premier League trip to Brighton?
Hernandez's goalscoring impact in the 3-1 home defeat doubled as a compelling case for inclusion from the start on the south-coast this weekend.
City looked to carry far more cut and thrust following the Cuban's half-time introduction at Carrow Road against the Reds.
Daniel Farke needs to find a spark after five top flight games without a win since beating Manchester City. The City head coach will provide a full fitness update on the likes of Tim Krul (knee), Emi Buendia (shin) and Ibrahim Amadou (knee) when he holds his pre-match press call on Friday afternoon. Jamal Lewis was another who had to depart earlier against the Red Devils with a suspected virus.
Grant Hanley (groin), Christoph Zimmermann (foot) and Timm Klose (knee) are longer term absentees but Ralf Fahrmann and Mario Vrancic were expected to come back into contention this coming weekend.
You may also want to watch:
How many changes, if any, should the City head coach make to get back to winning ways if Farke has no fresh injury issues to contend with?
- Let us know your preferred starting line-up by selecting your 11 players above
- 1 EFL announce revised schedule to avoid Prince Philip funeral clash
- 2 'You get relegated playing the Norwich way' - Old boy Bruce on Magpies' sorry plight
- 3 Premier League here we come for City chief Farke
- 4 Paddy's Pointers: Five observations from the Canaries' spirited 1-0 Championship win against Derby County
- 5 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 1-0 Derby County win
- 6 Record-breaking week continues for Canaries
- 7 'Champagne on ice' - City set for Carrow Road celebration next week
- 8 'We showed Norwich too much respect' - Rooney on Rams' reverse
- 9 Paddy Davitt verdict: Wazza and City's great leap forward
- 10 ‘Ninety points is usually enough’ - Dowell buzzing for City’s big day