Norwich have no new injury concerns ahead of Aston Villa match
Friday 26 October 2012
Norwich manager Chris Hughton has no fresh injury concerns for the Barclays Premier League fixture away to Aston Villa tomorrow.
Reserve goalkeeper Mark Bunn is targeting a possible return from injury against Tottenham on Wednesday in the Capital One Cup.
Full-back Steven Whittaker, whose ankle injury has kept him out of senior action all season, could also feature against Spurs after coming through a development outing earlier this week at Reading. Meanwhile, Harry Kane, on loan from Spurs, is on course to return before Christmas following foot surgery.
Provisional squad: Ruddy, R Martin, Bassong, Barnett, Garrido, Howson, Snodgrass, Johnson, E Bennett, Surman, Holt, Rudd, Steer, Turner, Jackson, Pilkington, Hoolahan, Lappin, Fox, Morison, Butterfield, Tierney, Tettey, R Bennett, C Martin.
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