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Norwich City will resume their Premier League campaign this weekend and will be hoping to build on victory over West Ham last time out.
Norwich City have been dealt a double blow with the news that wingers Anthony Pilkington and Robert Snodgrass will both be missing from action for "several weeks."
Canaries boss Chris Hughton confirmed the extent of the club's growing injury list at yesterday's annual general meeting.
Republic of Ireland international Pilkington suffered a hamstring strain in Saturday's defeat to Newcastle United and will be ruled out until the new year, whilst former Leeds man Snodgrass picked up a knee injury in training.
It means that young wide men Nathan Redmond and Josh Murphy are the only two natural wingers left in the squad with any Premier League experience.
Speaking at the event, Hughton said:
“Anthony (Pilkington) has had a scan which shows a grade two strain which usually means five or six weeks out.
“Robert (Snodgrass) came back from international duty with Scotland and felt his knee at the beginning of training on Friday.
"He travelled with us to Newcastle as we hoped it would settle down, but unfortunately it didn’t, and he could be out for a few weeks but not as long as Anthony.”
Meanwhile, Hughton also revealed that the Canaries will be without record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel until at least mid-December, with the clash against Swansea City on 15 December pencilled in for a return, whilst Mark Bunn, Alex Tettey and Elliott Bennett also remain sidelined.
Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy has missed out on a first England start after Roy Hodgson named Celtic's Fraser Forster in goal for tonight's televised clash with Chile.
The Canaries stopper had been hoping to be given the nod after Hodgson announced yesterday that regular no.1 Joe Hart wouldn't start the game.
However, Ruddy could still appear from the substitutes' bench with Hodgson refusing to rule out giving run-outs to both Ruddy and Forster.
You can see tonight's game live on ITV, with coverage starting at 19:30.
Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy is in contention for a first England start, after Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson confirmed that regular no.1 Joe Hart definitely won't be the man between the sticks for Friday's clash with Chile at Wembley.
It means that either Ruddy or former Canaries loanee Fraser Forster will be named in the starting eleven, although Hodgson refused to confirm which keeper will get the nod.
"John (Ruddy) was with us from the beginning and I have had time with him and have had Fraser (Forster) with us for over a year. I will make that decision on whether I choose both or one tomorrow."
Ruddy has made one appearance for England so far, coming on as a substitute in a 2-1 victory over Italy in August 2012.
You can see if Ruddy can add to his solitary cap live on ITV tomorrow, with coverage starting at 19:30 pm.
Norwich City midfielder Leroy Fer has been called up for Holland as an injury replacement.
Fer, who scored Norwich's third in a 3-1 win over West Ham at the weekend, will be in the squad to face Japan and Belgium.
Norwich City defender Michael Turner admits that the players "let everyone down" in last weekend's humiliating 7-0 defeat to Manchester City.
The Canaries have a chance to put things right at Carrow Road on Saturday when they face West Ham United and former Sunderland defender Turner has backed his team-mates to pick themselves up.
As Norwich City prepare to take on West Ham United in the Premier League on Saturday, a city pub hopes a bit of tough love will prompt a better performance from the players.
The Mischief, on Fye Bridge Street, has put up a sign outside inviting customers to come in and watch what the landlord Jeff Davies has billed as possibly Chris Hughton's last game in charge.
It follows a bad run of form for the club and plenty of speculation about the future of the Canaries boss.
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton believes that the club must not dwell on the negatives as they bid to move away from the Premier League relegation zone.
The Canaries find themselves in the bottom three after only registering eight points from their opening ten games and the pressure was only intensified by last weekend's 7-0 drubbing at the hands of Manchester City.
However, City go into the clash with fellow strugglers West Ham United on Saturday knowing that a victory will lift them above the Hammers and Hughton insists that there is still a lot to look forward to at Carrow Road.