Hoolahan back in time for the party

Norwich forward Wes Hoolahan is set to make a return as the Canaries prepare to parade their League One trophy at home against Carlisle.

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Hoolahan: Fit to play

Hoolahan: Fit to play

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Hoolahan has been out of action with a thigh strain since the 3-1 defeat at Tranmere on Good Friday but is back in training and should feature at Carrow Road.

Right-back Russell Martin could also return after missing two matches with an ankle injury but captain Grant Holt is missing as he recovers from an ankle operation.

On-loan Preston forward Stephen Elliott is struggling with an ankle ligament injury.

Norwich will be bidding for their ninth league double of the season and an unprecedented 30th victory, which would give them a final total of 98 points.

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