Canaries fear stopper blow
Norwich are waiting to find out the extent of the hamstring injury which forced Sebastien Bassong out of Sunday's defeat at Newcastle.
The Canaries' central defender lasted just eight minutes of the game at St James' Park as his former club ran out 1-0 winners thanks to Demba Ba's 19th minute strike.
It leaves Chris Hughton, who was also back at the club he guided to promotion to the Premier League in 2010, without a win in his first five games in charge at Carrow Road.
And, the City boss will be praying that the injury to Bassong is not serious given that the summer signing from Tottenham has played an integral part in helping the side bounce back from the opening day 5-0 defeat at Fulham to earn three successive draws ahead of the trip to Tyneside.
Former Sunderland stopper, Michael Turner, who has not played since the Craven Cottage mauling, replaced Bassong and could be set for a run in the side if the injury is serious.
However, full-back Javier Garrido heaped praise on the substitute's performance after a difficult start to his time at Norwich.
He told the Eastern Daily Press: "Obviously 'Bass' is an important player for us but Michael Turner, when he came on to the pitch, he did really well.
"So that's very important. Anything that happens in the game, the other team-mates have to be ready and give their best to help the team. So I think Michael did a great game and congratulations to him.
"It wasn't easy for him or for the team, not after a 5-0 defeat against a team like Fulham. But I think everybody is working hard and trying their best."