Norwich manager Paul Lambert has a welcome selection headache for the trip to second-placed Cardiff in the npower Championship.
Lambert dropped playmaker Wes Hoolahan and youngster Korey Smith to the bench for last Saturday`s 1-0 win over Middlesbrough at Carrow Road and saw David Fox and Anthony McNamee perform well on their return to the side.
Whether Lambert sticks with an unchanged line-up in South Wales remains to be seen but the Scot is relishing the clash with the Bluebirds, who were beaten by Blackpool in last season`s play-off final at Wembley.
He said: "On any given day you can beat anybody. It's a really tough, tough game but it is one we are looking forward to and one we'll be trying to go and win."
Lambert is still without Adam Drury, Michael Nelson, Andrew Surman and Zak Whitbread although he confirmed midfielder Matt Gill has returned to Colney from a month-long loan spell at Peterborough.