Everton winger Seamus Coleman is hoping to exploit Norwich's attacking style of play when the teams meet at Goodison Park.
Paul Lambert's Canaries have impressed since winning promotion, claiming 19 points from 15 games and scoring 24 goals in the process.
The Norfolk side have been positive in their approach to games and Coleman thinks he has spotted a chink in the armour.
The Republic of Ireland international believes any space Norwich vacate at the back will allow him additional room in which to operate.
"A couple of teams may look at the way Blackpool approached the Premier League and take inspiration from that," he told evertontv. "They took a view that if the other teams score two we will try and score three.
"The teams that have come up this season haven't really sat back, they have gone for the wins. And maybe Blackpool have given them the inspiration to do that.
"I've seen a bit of Norwich and I think they've done great since they came up. They've taken it in their stride and are playing the way they did last season, which is good to see. It definitely won't be an easy game, it will be tough but we will be hoping to win.
"If a team goes for it, then there are always going to be chances with spaces being left at the back. In these games you have to break these teams down and we will be hoping to do that."