Norwich v Luton FA Cup preview: Non-League minnows visit Premier League hosts
Last Updated: January 26, 2013 2:10pm
Andrew Surman: Will have the chance to impress after returning to fitness
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton will again rotate his squad for Saturday's FA Cup fourth round tie with Blue Square Premier side Luton Town at Carrow Road.
Declan Rudd will come into goal, while the likes of fit-again midfielder Andrew Surman, playmaker David Fox and winger Elliott Bennett are likely to get a chance to impress.
Full-back Steven Whittaker (hip) has resumed full training this week, so could come back into contention.
But centre-half Sebastien Bassong (calf) may be rested again while striker Steve Morison (thigh) and England goalkeeper John Ruddy (thigh) remain sidelined.
With JJ O'Donnell and Jon Shaw available having overcome knocks in recent weeks, Luton have no new injury worries ahead of the cup tie.
But the Hatters will be without cup-tied duo Scott Neilson and Simon Ainge.
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Sat 26th Jan - Fourth Round
Stoke City0 - 1Man City
Bolton1 - 2Everton
Macc'field0 - 1Wigan
QPR2 - 4MK Dons
Hull City0 - 1Barnsley
Derby0 - 3Blackburn
Huddersfld1 - 1Leicester
Middlesbro'2 - 1Aldershot
Norwich0 - 1Luton Town
Reading4 - 0Sheff Utd
Brighton2 - 3Arsenal
Man Utd4 - 1Fulham
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