No lack of options for Norwich City boss Paul Lambert at West Brom

Norwich City boss Paul Lambert looks likely to make further changes for tomorrow's FA Cup tie at West Bromwich Albion as he prepares for three games in eight days.

With Premier League games at Sunderland on Wednesday and at home to Bolton tomorrow week, Lambert could juggle his squad once again for the trip to The Hawthorns.

With Tottenham refusing permission for on-loan full-back Kyle Naughton to play in the competition, there will be at least one change in the back four to the team that drew 0-0 with Chelsea.

Adam Drury performed well at left-back in the previous round against Burnley, while Marc Tierney played more than 70 minutes in Tuesday's reserve game against Chelsea after recovering from a groin injury and his recall is another option.

It remains to be seen whether senior players given limited opportunities in recent weeks, such as Andrew Crofts, Elliott Bennett, Leon Barnett and Simon Lappin, come into the manager's thinking.

In addition, striker James Vaughan and defender Elliott Ward – both sidelined for months by knee injuries – made their long-awaited comebacks in the reserve match and offer further options to the manager.

City will be roared on by well over 3,000 fans as they bid to book a place in the last 16 for the first time since 2007.

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More than 3,200 of their ticket allocation of 5,000 had been sold yesterday. Tickets are still on sale and can also be bought tomorrow, though Albion advise supporters to arrive early.

Albion boss Roy Hodgson is expected to rest some of his regular side, admitting: 'I'm looking at the players who have been bearing the brunt of the opening 22 league games and maybe giving them a break at the weekend.'

Midfielder Paul Scharner is unlikely to have recovered from an Achilles injury in time to face the Canaries.

• If tomorrow's match is drawn, the Carrow Road replay is scheduled for Tuesday, February 7 (7.45pm), barring any alteration for TV coverage.