Date, time and coverage Tuesday 29 October, 19:45 GMT. The match is not live on TV in the UK. Follow ManUtd.com's live blog and MUTV Online's exclusive radio commentary. MUTV will screen the match as-live from 23:00 GMT on Tuesday.
Form guide Buoyed by Saturday's 3-2 comeback win over Stoke City at Old Trafford, the Reds will be aiming to carry that winning momentum into Tuesday's Capital One Cup tie with Norwich. The Canaries, on the other hand, currently lie 18th in the league after a tough run of games. They sneaked through in the last round with a 3-2 extra-time win over Watford, having beaten Bury 6-3 in the second round in August.
Ins and outs David Moyes made full use of his squad in the last round against Liverpool and could well do the same against Norwich. Chicharito might have earned himself a starting berth after his match-winning goal against Stoke, while the boss has spoken recently about giving Wilfried Zaha game time. Norwich manager Chris Hughton has a fully fit squad to choose from, midfielder Eric Bennett aside.
Betting It isn't much of a surprise to see official betting partner bwin pricing United as firm favourites at 1.28. While Norwich are at 9.75, and a draw is 5.00. With Old Trafford having witnessed a five-goal thriller on Saturday, you'll get a repeat scoreline at 4.00.
Last meeting United's Japanese star Shinji Kagawa will look back fondly on our last meeting with Norwich after he rattled in a hat-trick in the Reds' 4-0 dismantling of Hughton's men in March. Wayne Rooney added the fourth just before the final whistle, but the day belonged to Shinji.
The manager A hard-working full-back in his playing days, Chris Hughton was an integral part of Tottenham's talented side in the 1980s. He also coached Spurs and has had spells in charge at Newcastle United and Birmingham City. He took up the reins at Carrow Road in June 2012 and instilled an