Norwich United will try to bounce back from FA Cup exit against Haringey Borough
- Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016
Norwich United will attempt to avoid an FA Cup hangover when they return to league action.
The Planters' sensational start to the 2016/17 campaign – their first in the Ryman League – was halted on Saturday when they exited the cup by losing 2-1 at home to same-level Histon.
But another victory this afternoon, at home to Haringey Borough, would keep things more than moving in the right direction at Plantation Park.
Steve Eastaugh's side have won two from two in Division One North as they continue to enjoy the positivity surrounding their summer promotion.
However, Borough will present a tough test, having comfortably dispatched Dereham Town on the opening day.
You may also want to watch:
United are one of six sides in the 24-team standings to possess an early-season 100pc record and have conceded only one goal in their two matches so far – where they have scored five goals, proving they can cope with the summer exit of talismanic striker Matt Blake.
- 1 Neighbours' horror after two people found dead in 'peaceful close'
- 2 Man, 41, charged with Pat Holland's murder as human remains found
- 3 Man and woman found dead in home
- 4 When are GCSE and A-level results out and how fair will grades be?
- 5 Man arrested on suspicion of murder after woman dies in village
- 6 Reward of £20,000 offered after theft of performance car worth £150,000
- 7 Villagers in shock after woman dies in suspected murder
- 8 Norfolk seaside holiday park battles Shell over solar panel plans
- 9 Hardware store owners retiring after more than 60 years
- 10 Woman who bit an officer among eight people arrested in town