Norwich City begin a significant week in their Championship play-off push by travelling to Leicester City on Easter Monday. 

The Canaries began the weekend with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over struggling Plymouth Argyle at Carrow Road on Good Friday to establish a four-point cushion from nearest play-off chasing rivals Coventry. 

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City are now hoping to take that momentum into a clash against the faltering Foxes, who have won just one of their last six Championship matches. 

Leicester were the runaway winners for an extended period of this campaign but recent form has opened the door to Leeds United and Ipswich, with Enzo Maresca looking for a response after Friday's 1-0 defeat to Bristol City at Ashton Gate. 

Norwich are expected to have the same squad available, with Shane Duffy returning to the matchday squad for Friday's win. David Wagner will be forced to manage his squad with this being the second game in five scheduled over the next fortnight. 

Jon Rowe is still progressing his recovery from a hamstring injury with Onel Hernandez (foot) and Dimitris Giannoulis (hamstring) expected to be missing for the rest of the season in the Cuban's case and until April for the Greek. 

City are still managing the fitness of top-scorer Josh Sargent with Wagner conscious of the thin nature of his side. That will be tested over the coming weeks. 

Norwich are searching for consecutive league wins on the road for the first time this season after recording an impressive 3-0 victory at Stoke prior to the international break. 

A lack of clinical edge has hurt Leicester in recent weeks, which may see Maresca call upon either Patson Daka or Kelechi Iheanacho to replace Jamie Vardy. Despite the defeats, they have been edging matches on underlying data. 

Leicester are without the suspended Callum Doyle as well as injured trio Kasey McAteer, Tom Cannon and Ben Nelson. 

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