The Canaries host managerless Arsenal this weekend, hoping to build on their win over Everton.
Unai Emery was sacked earlier this morning after his team went on a run of eight games without a win.
The Gunners sit eighth with eighteen points but their form has seen a steep decline recently, ultimately resulting in the Arsenal board taking action. Last week, they drew to relegation threatened Southampton on their own turf.
As for their hosts, they sit eighteenth and got only their third win of the season last time out against Everton.
A win for both sides would be huge with Norwich fighting to make it another season in the top flight and Arsenal needling a win to keep up with the top six.
Witt that I’m mind, here is our XI to face the out of form Gunners.
Kept a clean sheet and made some vital saves last week so we’re putting him for his twelfth start of the season.
Lewis is back in training but with Byram’s brilliant performance at his unnatural position of left-back, it’s hard to find a reason to put Lewis back in.
Back after an injury-hit last few months, his passionate displays will be crucial to City’s survival hopes this campaign.
Godfrey and Zimmermann are undoubtedly the Canaries’ best defensive partnership so not putting them both in would be silly. Godfrey has made the step up with ease and has looked at home at the heart of City’s chaotic defence.
With back up right back Byram already in the side, Aarons is the only choice for this position. It’s not a bad choice either. It is hard to believe the flying full-back is only 19-years-old with his experienced displays.
With Tettey injured, we’re going for the more attacking-minded midfielder Mo Leitner to take his place. Leitner has struggled for form but showed his quality last season.
With Leitner providing more then enough attacking wise, Trybull will add reassurance to the Canaries’ defence.
After a goal and a Man of the Match performance against Everton, it’s impossible to drop him. The Dereham-born playmaker failed to impress the Carrow Road faithful at times last season but he has been brilliant this term.
He played further forward than usual last time out and it worked with him offering support to Pukki. The Scotsman almost played as a second striker against Everton but also gave defence cover.
The spotlight was taken off him with other playing stepping up last week but his performance didn’t go unnoticed with his trickery causing the Toffees defence plenty of problems.
Srbeny grabbed the headlines with his goal against Everton but Pukki will start against Arsenal.