STARTING XIs: Three changes for Canaries against Palace

Kenny McLean returns to Norwich City's starting XI against Palace Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Ima

Kenny McLean returns to Norwich City's starting XI against Palace Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City have made three changes to their starting XI for this evening’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace.

Sam Byram reclaims his place from Jamal Lewis at left-back, having come in for Saturday's 2-2 home draw with Tottenham, with Todd Cantwell and Kenny McLean doing likewise, Marco Stiepermann and Onel Hernandez dropping to the bench with Lewis.

Mario Vrancic does keep his place after an influential role against Spurs, which was in doubt after gashing his tongue in a heavy collision early in the second half.

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Palace retain the same team from their 1-1 draw at Southampton, with the only change being on the bench where youngster Nya Kirby replaces Victor Camarasa.

NORWICH (4-2-3-1): Krul; Aarons, Zimmermann, Hanley (C), Byram; Tettey, Vrancic, Buendia, McLean, Cantwell; Pukki. Subs: Fahrmann (GK), Lewis, Amadou, Trybull, Stiepermann, Hernandez, Srebny


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PALACE (4-5-1): Guaita; Kelly, Tomkins, Sakho, Riedewald; Meyer, McCarthy, Milivojevic (C), McArthur, Zaha; Ayew. Subs: Hennessey (GK), Woods, Kouyate, Kirby, Pierrick, Wickham, Daly

REFEREE: Jonathan Moss

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