Same again for Hughton
Chris Hughton is poised to name an unchanged Norwich side for the third game running when West Ham visit Carrow Road on Saturday.
The Canaries' chief has been waiting on the safe return of his international players in the second half of this week, but it appears there have been no injuries picked up so far. However, Hughton will still have to wait on the recovery of forward Simeon Jackson, who had a punishing travel itinerary with Canada, while Steve Morison will be checked after two outings for Wales. There has been a boost from the treatment room as full-back Russell Martin, who pulled out of the Scotland squad with an ankle injury sustained in the 1-1 draw against Tottenham two weeks ago, is back in training and should be available for the 12.45pm kick-off. Goalkeeper Mark Bunn and midfielder Jacob Butterfield are not quite fit enough to make their debuts for the Canaries, while defender Steven Whittaker and winger Elliott Bennett are still recovering from respective ankle and knee injuries. But Hughton has confirmed that striker Harry Kane, who arrived on loan from Tottenham on the last day of the transfer window, could make the squad.