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In-form Manchester United will look to continue their surge up the table when they travel to take on 14th place Norwich.
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Red Devils have risen to 7th in the table, 8 points off top spot, on the back of three successive league wins, the most being a come-from-behind 3-2 win over Hull last time out.
Despite their impressive recent run of results manager David Moyes is expecting a tough afternoon against the Canaries.
“I think all the games at this time of year are difficult to call,” said Moyes. “I expect Norwich to be another hard game.
“I think at this club you’re waiting on winning more games than this and then you might talk about being on a run.
“We’ll just try and win the next one and see what happens.
“All we can do is keep knocking away and hopefully be in there fighting come the end of the season.”
Moyes will head to Carrow Road without the suspended Antonio Valencia. The Ecuador International was shown a red card against Hull and misses out. Phil Jones is also out with a knee injury while defender Rafael is a doubt with a groin injury.
Norwich meanwhile will head into the fixture without a win in three games and on the back of a demoralising 2-1 home defeat to strugglers Fulham last time out.
Chris Houghton’s side have been inconsistent at home, winning three and losing three of their 9 home games this season and the under pressure boss will hope his side can provide him with some festive cheer.
Key to any Norwich success will be Sebastian Bassong. The former Spurs defender has the unenviable task of marking Wayne Rooney, scorer of an incredible volley against Hull.
However despite the mammoth task that awaits the Norwich captain, the 27 year old is unfazed ahead of the game.
“Yes, he (Rooney) is a star player, we all know that, but we have been playing against loads of really good players, so maybe I will watch him a bit more, but that is it.
“There are loads of top quality strikers in the Premier League, so I am not going to just focus on one every game.
“I know I am going to play against them, so I have to adapt myself. I am going to be playing against a good striker every week, so if I want to show I am a good player, then I have to cope every week.
“Wayne Rooney is a terrific player, England’s star (man), but in Manchester United there are other terrific players too, so I cannot only focus on him. But I like it that is what I am playing football for, otherwise it would have been boring.”
Norwich will be without defender Michael Turner after his picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against Fulham although Johnny Howson is available again.