Team selector: Who should start for Norwich City against Manchester United?
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Manchester United’s visit to Carrow Road is another chance to cause a Premier League stir for Norwich City.
The Canaries made the football world sit up and take notice with a 3-2 victory against Manchester City and while the red half of that city may be playing catch up, the Red Devils certainly retain a mystique to guarantee another special occasion on Norfolk soil.
Daniel Farke welcomed back the likes of Onel Hernandez and Tom Trybull to the ranks against Bournemouth following injury layoffs. Marco Stiepermann dropped to the bench while Patrick Roberts was unable to make the matchday squad.
With Ben Godfrey passing himself fit during the week after his Cherries' injury exit, does Farke keep faith with the starting line up that ground out a point on the south-coast or look to make changes higher up the pitch?
Grant Hanley (groin), Christoph Zimmermann (foot) and Timm Klose (knee) are longer term absentees. Farke will provide a full fitness bulletin when he speaks to the media on Friday lunchtime, including the latest on the availability of Ralf Fahrmann and Mario Vrancic.
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