Norwich hoping for Robert Snodgrass boost against Arsenal
Friday 19 October 2012
Norwich hope to have forward Robert Snodgrass available for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash against Arsenal after he returned from international duty with Scotland because of an ankle problem.
Defender Steven Whittaker has returned to full training after his pre-season ankle problem, but is not yet being considered for a first-team return.
On-loan Tottenham striker Harry Kane is sidelined by a broken metatarsal.
Provisional Squad: Ruddy, Barnett, Garrido, Martin, Bassong, Tettey, Johnson, Hoolahan, Howson, E Bennett, Holt, Bunn, R Bennett, Morison, Pilkington, Jackson, Turner, Snodgrass, Surman.
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