Michael Steele/Getty Images
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 2:45 p.m. ET
Both Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur lost matches they shouldn't have in the FA Cup on the weekend and both will be looking for far better performances during the week here.
The Canaries have been relatively solid at home this year, but come into this week's clash without a single win in their past six league matches.
Tottenham, by comparison, come into this one undefeated in their past seven matches and having held league leaders Manchester United to a 1-1 draw in their last fixture.
Andre Villas-Boas' side will clearly be the favorite here, and rightly so, with Spurs showcasing their full attacking potential right throughout the season.
But with injuries and international duties wreaking havoc at the moment for the London club, could this be the match that Norwich play themselves back into form?
|Dan Talintyre ||Tottenham win 1-0
|Joe Tansey ||Tottenham win 3-1
|Karl Matchett ||Tottenham win 3-1
|Michael Cummings ||Tottenham win 2-1
|Mohamed Al-Hendy ||Tottenham win 2-0
|Sam Tighe ||Tottenham win 2-1
|Will Tidey ||Tottenham win 2-0