Norwich City v Burton Albion

Alex Neil

Norwich have won their last four matches in all competitions

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Norwich are set to rotate their squad after making 10 changes for the 2-0 EFL Cup victory over Everton on Tuesday.

Striker Nelson Oliveira impressed on his debut, while midfielder Alex Tettey is a doubt with a hip injury.

Burton Albion have defender Ben Turner and striker Chris O’Grady available – Turner was banned for the 1-0 loss against Brighton, while striker O’Grady was ineligible to face his parent club.

Captain John Mousinho and Lucas Akins may feature after hamstring problems

Match facts

  • This is the first ever competitive meeting between these two sides.
  • Nigel Clough’s only previous visit to Carrow Road as a manager was in April 2011 as Derby boss, with his Rams side losing 3-2.
  • Norwich’s Jonny Howson has won his side the most points in the Championship, with his three goals earning the Canaries six points.
  • The Brewers have lost the most points from goals conceded in the 90th minute this season (3).
  • The Canaries have won their last three league games at Carrow Road; they haven’t won four in a row since a run of five in December 2012 when they were a Premier League side.
  • Burton have conceded the most goals from set pieces in the Championship this season (7).

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