Ince's squad short for Canaries clash

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Danny Woodards limped off last Saturday against Huddersfield and utility man Luke Howell is suspended after picking up five yellow cards already.

Mat Doumbe is also struggling with a niggle sustained against Huddersfield so Ince may be forced to hand Danny Swailes his first league start since August 16 2008.

Swailes has been out for over a year with Achilles troubles but was on the bench last week and may have to play.

Peter Leven (groin) is fit enough to be on the bench while striker Jermaine Easter has a thigh problem which could keep him out.

Darren Powell (hamstring) is back in training while Jude Stirling has had an injection in his groin and could be back inside a month.

Forward Aaron Wilbraham remains a month away from a comeback from his ankle injury and defender Sean O'Hanlon is a long-term casualty with a knee injury.

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