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Demba Ba 1st Goalscorer 9/2
Newcastle odds to win - 4/5
Draw - 11/4
Norwich odds to win - 7/2
Newcastle are expected to recall striker Papiss Cisse, who was an unused substitute against Arsenal.
However, the Magpies have injury doubts over Cheick Tiote (thigh) and Danny Simpson (adductor muscle) are both picked up injuries at the Emirates.
Norwich midfielder Jonny Howson is expected to return having been ruled out last weekend because of illness.
Marc Tierney (groin), Daniel Ayala and James Vaughan (both hamstring) are all still on the Canaries sidelines.
Back in August who would have predicted what these two clubs would have achieved with 10 games still to go. They've both been success stories in their own right but will be determined to build on their work this far and not let the season fizzle out.Newcastle will have to pick themselves up from the 95th-minute winner they conceded at Arsenal on Monday night as they look for a return to winning ways, having taken just two points from the last 12.
The problem at the moment is almost managing expectation. I was at their recent 2-2 draw with Wolves when they let a two-goal lead slip and didn't hit the heights of some of their performances this season. You could feel the frustration that day at not beating a team in the bottom three and that's testament to the progress they've made.
It's worth remembering they are eight points better off than at this stage last season and the last time they had this many points with 10 games to go in a Premier League season was back in 2003 under Sir Bobby Robson. This is another fixture where they will be expected to continue impressive home form that has seen only Chelsea and West Brom win on Tyneside.
Norwich are a side that should not be underestimated, and have won three of their last five away from Carrow Road as they continue to win points and admirers along the way. They already have three points more than their entire season in their last Premier League campaign seven years ago. It also shows the giant strides they have made under Paul Lambert that the Canaries were disappointed to only draw with Wigan last weekend. They will now want to push on and try and finish as high as possible.
The last time they won at Newcastle was back in 1988, a victory that saw they go top of the table at the time under Dave Stringer in a season where they finished fourth. They are good memories for Norwich fans but as it stands this season is set to be one of the most memorable since.
Norwich are unbeaten (W2, D1) in league action against Newcastle this millennium. The Canaries are on course for a first ever league double over the Magpies following their 4-2 win at Carrow Road in December.
Newcastle have never lost at home to Norwich in the Premier League era (W2, D1). Their two wins were both by a 3-0 scoreline.
This match is Alan Pardew's 500 career league game as a manager. He has won 211, drawn 132 and lost 156 during his spells in charge of Reading, West Ham, Charlton, Southampton and Newcastle.
Newcastle are winless in their last four Premier League matches and conceded 10 goals in the process. They have conceded 16 goals in 2012: only Wolves (24) and Blackburn (19) have conceded more goals since the turn of the year.
The Magpies have won only one of four matches so far against last season's promoted teams - January's 1-0 win over QPR.
Tim Krul is set to make his 50th Premier League appearance. He has kept 12 clean sheets in the division.
Paul Lambert's men are winless in three league matches and will kick-off no higher than 12th, their worst league position since they were 17th in mid-September.
A draw will see Norwich reach 1,000 top flight points.
The Canaries have conceded in each of their last 28 Premier League away matches - an equal all-time record with Coventry City.
Norwich have never won in 14 previous Premier League matches that have taken place on a Sunday.