Norwich City travel away to face Burnley at Turf Moor in the Premier League on Saturday as they look to build on their win over Manchester City.
The Canaries have racked up six points from their first five Premier League matches, beating Newcastle and Man City – as well as losing to Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham.
Kenny McLean, Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki scored the goals for Norwich as they beat the champions last week and Daniel Farke will be hoping for a similar performance against Sean Dyche’s side this weekend.
Burnley snatched a late draw against Brighton in their last match, with Jeff Hendrick scoring in stoppage time to make it 1-1, putting them on five points for the campaign. Their only win came against Southampton on the opening day of the season.
But, how will Norwich line up at Turf Moor? Here is our predicted XI for the game…
Krul was excellent against Manchester City, although he may have felt he could have done better for their second goal – not that anyone cared after the result! He’ll keep his place in goal.
With Max Aarons out injured, Byram will keep his place in the side at right-back. He was superb last week and kept Raheem Sterling quiet, which is no small feat.
Amadou looks to have settled in at centre-back after impressing against West Ham and Man City. Despite Grant Hanley being fit, he should keep his place at the back.
Godfrey has had a top start to the season and he’ll be looking to continue his impressive form at centre-back.
Who else? Lewis has been Norwich’s first-choice left-back ever since his first-team debut in December 2017.
Tettey should keep his place in midfield. The experienced campaigner captained the side against Man City last weekend.
McLean scored his first goal of the season last week and will be full of confidence heading into this one. The Scottish international could be in for a run of games int he side.
Four assists in five games for Buendia in the league. What a start to the season for the Argentine playmaker.
Stiepermann is yet to get off the mark in goals or assists this season and will surely be looking to change that against Burnley this week.
What a terrific season Cantwell has had so far. Two goals and two assists in five Premier League games, he has been on fire!
Six goals and two assists already. Burnley will surely have spent the week coming up with ways to stop the prolific Finland international.