Saturday, September 15
Kick-off: 12.45 BST.
TV: Like Sky Sport 2, Highlights, BBC1 Match of the Day.
Norwich (Possible, 4-4-2): Ruddy; Martin, Barnett, Bassong, Garrido;
Snodgrass, Howson, Johnson, Pilkington; Holt, Jackson.
Out: Lappin, Whittaker (all ankle), Butterfield (match fitness).
Test: R Martin (ankle).
West Ham (Possible, 4-2-3-1): Jaaskelainen; Demel, Collins, Reid,
O’Brien; Noble, Diame; Vaz Te, Nolan, Taylor; Cole.
Out: Carroll (hamstring).
Tests: Collison (knee), Jarvis (thigh).
Referee: Chris Foy (Matches 2, R0 Y3).
Betting: Home 6-5, Away 21-10, Draw 5-2.
Norwich defender Russell Martin looks likely to return after pulling out of the Scotland squad with an ankle injury suffered against Tottenham.
Manager Chris Hughton will check on forward Simeon Jackson who endured a long haul international schedule with Canada.
England Under-21 star Harry Kane, on loan from Tottenham, could also join the Norwich squad.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is without new striker Andy Carroll for his side's journey from east London to East Anglia.
Carroll, signed on loan from Liverpool, suffered a hamstring injury on his debut and is likely to be replaced in the starting line-up by Carlton Cole.
Fellow loan signing Yossi Benayoun could make his second debut for the Hammers after joining from Chelsea for the rest of the season.
Jack Collison is the only other absentee for Allardyce as Matt Jarvis has started training again following a thigh injury that ruled him out over the win over Fulham two weeks ago.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton would have taken a lot of positives from their 1-1 draw against Tottenham last week and will hope they can maintain the same kind of form as they look to record their first league victory of the season.
The task will be a lot easier as West Ham's big summer signing Andy Carroll is ruled out with a hamstring injury. Robert Snodgrass was one of the star performers for Norwich at White Hart Lane and he could be one of the key performers once again.
West Ham striker Carlton Cole will never have a better opportunity to show Sam Allardyce that he should still be first choice striker while Carroll is ruled out and will fancy his chances of scoring against a Norwich team who have already conceded seven goals in just three games.
Stat of the game: In 21 league visits to Carrow Road, West Ham have lost nine, drawn nine and won just three.
Marc Isaac’s prediction: Norwich City 1 West Ham United 2.