Finally! There could be some good news on the injury front for Norwich City
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Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke may be able to deliver a more positive injury bulletin ahead of the Canaries Premier League clash at Bournemouth this weekend.
City look set to be boosted by the returns of Tim Krul, Alex Tettey and Onel Hernandez if the club's Instagram post on Tuesday is anything to go by.
With pictures of all four players appearing to be involved in first team training, City said: "Things you love to see... #ncfc #canaries #norwichcity #norwichcityfc #premierleague."
Krul looks set to return to the starting line-up against the Cherries after a back problem kept the Dutchman out for defeats to Crystal Palace and Aston Villa.
Tettey was forced off early in the loss at Burnley with a muscular problem.
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Mario Vrancic injured his calf in the club's pre-season friendly against Atalanta and is yet to start a game in the Premier League.
Fans will also be delighted to see Onel Hernandez back in the fold after injuring his knee falling down the stairs at home. The Cuban has featured just once so far in the opening night defeat at Liverpool.
The update follows on from pictures of training on Friday which were published by City, featuring midfielder Tom Trybull back in action at Colney, after almost six weeks out with an ankle problem.
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