Playmaker Hoolahan came on in the 62nd minute and levelled five minutes later as the Canaries were held to a 2-2 draw at Huddersfield on Tuesday night.
Tettey was an unused substitute but is expected to come back into the midfield, with Gary Hooper – unimpressive against the Terriers – possibly making way.
Jamar Loza, who netted his first senior goal when equaliser eight minutes into injury time at the John Smith’s Stadium, is once again set to start on the bench.
Matty Fryatt could return to the Forest squad after missing out recently with an Achilles injury.
Reds boss Dougie Freedman almost included the striker against Rotherham in midweek but has opted to keep him back for the games against Norwich, Wolves and Brentford – all of which are pivotal to Forest’s hopes of gatecrashing the play-off places.
Freedman believes Fryatt could complete 90 minutes but would then risk being sidelined for a week or two while he recovers.
Forest were unchanged on Wednesday night and after back-to-back clean sheets the defence is likely to remain the same at Carrow Road. Changes elsewhere will be kept to a minimum but on-loan Swansea winger Modou Barrow will be pushing to make his full debut after his first appearance for the club from the bench against Rotherham.