Norwich City have seen Marquinhos' three game suspension overturned after a successful appeal. 

The Arsenal loanee saw red after his elbow connected with Huddersfield left-back Josh Ruffels in stoppage time of Wednesday's 1-1 with Huddersfield. 

Keith Stroud opted to send the Brazilian off for violent conduct, despite replays showing a lack of intent from the winger. 

City subsequently launched an appeal after David Wagner assessed the footage and have seen his suspension overturned, meaning is now available for selection for tomorrow's game against Stoke. 

The news comes as a welcome boost to City and Wagner - who are battling injury issues in creative midfield positions with Kieran Dowell, Onel Hernandez and Jon Rowe all sidelined. 

Adam Idah, who has been playing on the left wing in the last two matches, underwent a scan on a foot concern on Friday and is a major doubt for the trip to Stoke. 

Norwich have won the appeal on the grounds of 'wrongful dismissal' and Marquinhos is now in contention for Saturday's trip to Staffordshire. 

Marquinhos joined Norwich on loan in January, scoring once and recording an assist on his Canaries debut against Cardiff last month.