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Norwich City winger Jarvis ruled out with knee injury

Matt Jarvis celebrates scoring for Norwich City on his debut against Bournemouth. Credit: PA

Norwich City winger Matt Jarvis has been ruled out for a "few weeks" with a knee injury, manager Alex Neil has confirmed.

The 29-year-old damaged his ligaments in last Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Manchester City.

Jarvis has impressed since joining the Canaries on loan from West Ham United, scoring twice.


Mulumbu to make Norwich City debut in Everton Cup tie

Youssouf Mulumbu will make his Norwich City debut tonight. Credit: PA

Norwich City midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu will make his first start for the club at Everton in the Capital One Cup tonight.

The Congolese international hasn't featured for the Canaries yet this season after he broke his metatarsal in pre-season.

Former West Brom man Mulumbu joined Alex Neil's side on a free transfer this summer.

Norwich City team to face Everton

Rudd, Wisdom, Bennett, Bassong, Olsson, Redmond, Mulumbu, O'Neil (c), Odjidja, Hoolahan, Grabban.

Subs: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Jerome, Jarvis, Dorrans, Lafferty.

Everton team to face Norwich City

Robles, Oviedo, Stones, Funes Mori, Browning, Gibson, McCarthy, Osman (c), Mirallas, Lukaku, Koné.

Subs: Howard, McGeady, Lennon, Naismith, Deulofeu, Barkley, Galloway.

Norwich City striker Hooper completes Sheffield Wednesday loan switch

Gary Hooper in action for Norwich City earlier this season. Credit: PA

Norwich City striker Gary Hooper has joined Championship side Sheffield Wednesday on loan until January.

The 27-year-old was linked with a permanent move to Hillsborough in the summer, but the deal wasn't sanctioned.

However, he'll now link up with the Owls until January 17 where he'll be met by a familiar face in the shape of Norwich teammate Michael Turner who is also on loan at the Yorkshire club.

Hooper has been prolific throughout his career, most notably at Celtic where his goals earned him a £5 million move to Carrow Road back in 2013.

Alex Neil urges Norwich to take each game in isolation

Alex Neil, Manager, Norwich City Credit: PA Images

The international break may be over but Norwich City's next opponents Newcastle United have had more than just European qualifiers to contend with - their stadium has been one of the venues for the rugby world cup.

Staff at St James Park have been converting it back to a football stadium in time for Sunday's match.

The game's been described as a must win match for the home side, who have failed to win a game this season.

The Canaries will be looking to respond to their 2-1 defeat to Leicester.

“I don’t think the previous game have any bearing on the next game, whether we’ve played well or whether we’ve not played well. The next you take in isolation.

Out of the ten games we’ve played so far, we’ve done really well in eight.

I think that’s a great ratio for us, but we’ll be looking to improve on that as well. It’s such fine margins by which you win or lose games at this level."

– Alex Neil, Manager, Norwich City

Norwich new boy Matt Jarvis says City will be well prepared for the game.

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