Norwich v Brighton
Sky Bet Championship
Venue: Carrow Road
Date: Friday 21st April 2017
Kick-off: 19:45 BST
Referee: Peter Bankes
Assistants: Geoffrey Russell, Daniel Leach
Fourth official: Tim Robinson
Norwich midfielder Wes Hoolahan could feature after being rested for the Canaries' 3-1 win at Preston on Monday.
Fellow midfielder Alex Tettey is considered doubtful with a back problem, while defender Timm Klose has not yet recovered from a knee injury.
Brighton manager Chris Hughton has no new injuries or suspensions to cope with as his side seek a victory which would secure the Championship title.
Seagulls defender Shane Duffy and striker Sam Baldock remain out injured.
Brighton manager Chris Hughton:
"We've achieved what we want to achieve, and of course that has been by far the biggest thing that we wanted to achieve this season.
"But we're in the business of competition, and competition means winning as many games as you can, and the next big challenge has got to be winning it now.
"There will be a better feel for this group of players, now and in the future, if we're able to go up as champions."
- If Brighton secure the Championship title on Friday, it will be their fourth league title in 16 years, more than any other current EFL club. Manchester United are the only English club outside the EFL to have won more.
- Norwich have lost just one of their last seven league meetings with Brighton (W5 D1), although it came in this season's reverse fixture, losing 5-0, their heaviest defeat in the Championship this term.
- The Seagulls have won just once in their last 16 league visits to Carrow Road, winning 1-0 in December 2002 thanks to a goal from Steve Sidwell (D7 L8).
- Brighton are looking to achieve a league double over Norwich for the first time since the 1951-52 campaign - this will be their 34th league meeting since then.
- Anthony Knockaert has scored in 13 different Championship games and never ended up on the losing side this season (W12 D1). The French winger has ended up on the losing side just once in the 28 Football League games he has scored in (W24 D3), a 2-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday as a Leicester player in December 2013.
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