Norwich v Leeds preview
Last Updated: 26/04/18 5:42pm
Norwich midfielder Wes Hoolahan is set to make his final appearance for the club in the Sky Bet Championship match against Leeds at Carrow Road.
The former Republic of Ireland international, 35, is set to end his 10-year stay at Carrow Road in the summer, and will be given the opportunity of a send-off in front of the home supporters.
Winger Onel Hernandez returned from a hamstring injury to come on as a substitute in last weekend's goalless draw at Preston, so should feature again while forward Marley Watkins (illness) and defender Christoph Zimmermann (glute) could also be involved.
Midfielders Marco Stiepermann (hernia), Tom Trybull (ankle/knee) and winger Matt Jarvis (ankle) are all stepping up their recovery. Louis Thompson (Achilles) continues his rehabilitation.
Leeds will again be without defender Gaetano Berardi, who is serving a five-match suspension. Midfielder Adam Forshaw came off the bench for the closing stages of the win over Barnsley last weekend following his calf problem, so should feature again.
Defender Liam Cooper was an unused substitute having recovered from a leg injury and is expected to be available again. Defenders Luke Ayling (ankle), Laurens De Bock (hamstring), forward Tyler Roberts (shin) and midfielder Conor Shaughnessy (ankle) all continue their recovery.
Norwich, who lost 3-2 at Carrow Road against Leeds last season, haven't lost back to back home league games against the Whites since September 1973.
Leeds haven't completed a league double over the Canaries since the 1980-81 season, when the teams both competed in the top-flight.
The Canaries have failed to score in four of their last six league games at home, winning two, drawing two and losing two. In fact, only at St. Andrews (41) and Deepdale (46) have fewer goals been scored than at Carrow Road in the Championship this season (47).
Leeds United last lost four away league games on the bounce back in April 2014 under manager Brian McDermott.
This will be Paul Heckingbottom's third visit to Carrow Road, but first as Leeds United boss. He drew 1-1 when in charge of Barnsley earlier this season back in November.
Leeds Defender Pontus Jansson has scored twice in his three league games against Norwich, including netting the equaliser in his sides victory at Carrow Road last season and the winner at Elland Road earlier this season.