Norwich V Pool
Pool look to beat Norwich at the second time of asking in the F.A. cup, with the prize an away fixture at Premiership Champions Chelsea.
Norwich Team News:
Peter Grant has a similar problem to Simon Grayson with eligible players, Scottish new-boys Mark Fotheringham and Simon Lappin both signed since the first leg so cant play in the second leg.
Adam Drury is set to replace Lappin, Jason Shackell might be able to make a appearance after recovering from an ankle injury.
Player to watch: Dion Dublin
The experienced defender / striker limped off for Norwich in the first leg but since returned to the side scoring a cracking volley against Leeds in a 2-1 win.
Blackpool Team News:
Grayson won`t be able to pick Simon Gillett or Paul Rachubka who signed after the first leg. There is speculation that striker Andy Morrell is a doubt with a injury but apart from Gillett and Rachubka Grayson has a full squad to pick from.
Player to watch: Wes Hoolahan
Hoolahan started to show glimpses of form again in the Brentford game after having a winter break from back and calf injuries.
Match Facts & Stats
The two sides met 16 days ago in the first leg, Norwich took the lead after Darren Huckerby fired in after Ian Evatt failed to clear a devilishly bouncing ball. Pool pulled back in the second half with Evatt grabbing his first goal in a tangerine shirt to make a mend for the first half mistake. 9,491 watched the match which Pool could have snatched at the end from a Gorkss header.
Referee: A M Marriner -From W. Midlands -Games: 22 Yellow Cards: 75 Red Cards: 5
Assistants: P J Kirkup & M S Yerby
Fourth Official: K K Wright
Norwich 0 - 2 Pool
Football League One Bristol C H 17-02-2007