Canaries healthy for crunch clash

Norwich manager Paul Lambert will select from an unchanged squad for the top-of-the-table League One encounter against Leeds at Carrow Road.

Last Updated: 27/03/10 at 12:20

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Lambert has named the same side for the past two games which have yielded four points after a 3-1 victory at Huddersfield was followed by a 1-1 draw at Swindon.

Striker Luke Daley and Jens Berthel Askou are the only absentees while Zak Whitbread is available despite taking a kick to the foot in the reserves.

Lambert believes the Carrow Road crowd - the game has sold out - can steer them to victory and move them 11 points clear of their rivals with just eight games left.

He told the club's official website: "This club is big every week and every team you play against is massive because of the amount of people that come and watch us so it's a big game but so is everybody else we play.

"They're a really good side - massive club and massive expectancy level and the tradition they've got. They're still up there and still a top team but we're at home and we'll try and win the game.

"We're playing well and I've got lads on top of their game. The crowd will be right behind us and we'll try and win the game."

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