Live coverage: Norwich City v Huddersfield Town
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Huddersfield have won at Newcastle and also beaten in-form Derby already this season and City boss Alex Neil is well aware they carry the potential to thwart his bid for a Carrow Road win double after overcoming Aston Villa earlier this week.
Neil said: 'Once it goes beyond a 10-game spell in any league season they don't become a surprise anymore. They are up there on merit, they have performed well and the manner they play the game is quite refreshing,
'If it works and clicks on the day it is good to watch but like all teams they have been through a rough spell. They didn't win for five or six games, considering how well they had done before that. It is a decent test but as always if we perform as well as we are capable of then we can beat anyone. They are really quite expansive, the full-backs play very high at times, but to be honest they have played two different styles, one they used against the likes of Brighton and Newcastle United when they sat in and hurt them on the break, and the rest of the games where they have full-backs playing like wingers.
'The boy Nakhi Wells is a threat on the counter, they beat Newcastle that way and he scored one of the goals, so they can adapt and we will be ready for either. We have guys at the top end of the pitch who can hurt them.'
Cameron Jerome returns to the Norwich City squad after sitting out the last three games with back trouble. Neil is monitoring some 'minor niggles' following the midweek 1-0 win over Aston Villa. Louis Thompson (pelvis) is still ruled out and Matt Jarvis will make another development appearance next week against Blackburn at Colney.
'Cameron's back was a bit tight and different things,' said Neil.
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'That is a delicate areas of the body and can take while but he has done enough this week to be involved. There are a couple of bumps and bruises we are monitoring but nothing at this moment of any note. Matt has another run out coming on Monday with Blackburn's U23s so he will play in that.'