Norwich City’s XI will most likely be made up of youngsters but the first team enjoyed success similar to ours in terms of winning the title.
The Canaries clinched the Championship title and will be competing in the Premier League in this coming 10/20 season.
Ross Embleton confirmed that supporters are likely to see a stronger side, in preparation for our first game in SkyBet League Two against Cheltenham Town next season.
Dean Brill, Jobi McAnuff and Jamie Turley have all taken part in some training this week as they all recover from their respective injuries.
There will also be a minute’s silence ahead of tomorrow’s game as it marks the first return to the Breyer Group Stadium since the tragic passing of Justin.
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