Brighton & Hove Albion play Norwich City at the Amex on Saturday afternoon, kick-off 3pm.
Albion manager Chris Hughton will have Lewis Dunk available for selection again, after the defender served a one-game suspension at Wigan Athletic last weekend.
Hughton will make a decision on Albion’s partnership in central defence, following Connor Goldson’s successful return alongside Shane Duffy at the DW Stadium.
Solly March scored for Albion’s under-23s against Stoke City last weekend, and the winger is pushing for a recall to Hughton’s first-team squad.
Kazenga LuaLua and Richie Towell have both started training with the first team again, and could feature in Albion’s Checkatrade Trophy game against Leyton Orient in November.
Beram Kayal will be missing after having an operation of his right ankle, and is expected to return in December, while Liam Rosenior (ankle) continues his recovery from injury.
For Norwich, Jonathan Howson will be missing for this weekend’s highly-anticipated clash at the Amex after undergoing ankle surgery in recent weeks.
Matt Jarvis will also be unavailable for the Canaries, as the winger continues his recovery from a long-term knee injury.
The Seagulls climbed to second in the SkyBet Championship with a narrow 1-0 victory against Wigan at the DW Stadium last weekend.
Dale Stephens scored the match-winning goal after coming off the bench, sealing back-to-back triumphs for Albion, who also beat Wolverhampton Wanderers by the same scoreline at the Amex.
Albion are currently eight games unbeaten in the league, with wins over Huddersfield Town, Burton Albion, Barnsley and Sheffield Wednesday coming inside that run.
A 0-0 draw against Ipswich Town came before Albion’s impressive victory at Hillsborough, which was then followed by a 2-2 draw with Preston North End, where the Lilywhites levelled in stoppage time.
Norwich are without a win in their last two games, most recently losing 1-0 against Preston at Carrow Road, which followed a 2-2 draw with Fulham at Craven Cottage; a game in which they led 2-0.
The Canaries recorded wins over Burton Albion, Wolves and Rotherham United beforehand, either side of a 4-3 defeat to Newcastle United at St James’ Park, where they led 3-2 in second-half stoppage time.
LAST TIME OUT: ALBION
Albion line-up: Stockdale; Bruno, Duffy, Goldson, Bong; Knockaert (Murphy 61), Norwood (Stephens 61), Sidwell, Skalak; Murray, Baldock (Pocognoli 81).
Subs not used: Maenpaa (GK), Huenemeier, Hemed, Manu.
LAST TIME OUT: NORWICH
Norwich line-up: McGovern; Martin, Bennett, Klose, Olsson; Tettey, Dorrans; Ja. Murphy (Oliveira 56), Hoolahan, Brady (Pritchard 57); Jerome.
Subs not used: Ruddy (GK), Bassong, Naismith, Jo, Murphy, Thompson.
Saturday’s game will be the 86th meeting between the two clubs. Norwich have enjoyed 32 victories over Albion, with the Seagulls winning on 29 occasions, while a further 24 games have ended in a draw.
Albion’s last victory against the Canaries came back in 2002, when Steve Sidwell’s first-half strike secured all three points for the Seagulls on Boxing Day.
Norwich clinched a 1-0 victory on their only visit to the Amex in 2015, with an enthralling 3-3 draw played out in the reverse fixture at Carrow Road earlier that season.
Goals from Bruno, Kazenga LuaLua and Adrian Colunga twice put Albion in front, but Gary Hooper levelled the game in the closing stages to conclude an entertaining match between the sides.
Colunga 77 pen
Albion line-up: Stockdale; Bruno (Calderon 70), Greer, Hughes, J.Bennett; Ince, Forster-Caskey, Gardner; Colunga (Halford 84), Baldock, LuaLua.
Subs not used: Walton (GK), Holla, Teixeira, McCourt, Mackail-Smith.
Norwich line-up: Ruddy; Martin (c), Turner, Hooiveld (Hooper 78), Olsson; Redmond, Howson, Tettey, Johnson; Jerome (O'Neil 90), Grabban (Lafferty 82).
Subs not used: Rudd (GK), Whittaker, Cuellar, Murphy.