QPR will be hoping to put the ghost of last season to bed as they travel to Carrow Road for the first time since they were thumped 4-0 by the Canaries on the final day of last season.
But what can we expect from them this time round? We spoke to Michael Bailey, Norwich City correspondent for
to get the low-down on tonight's hosts.
What to expect from Norwich:
Given the changes that City have undergone in the short time since QPR last visited, it's not an easy question to answer. They'll certainly try to hog the ball and hope to move it quicker than they managed in the defeat to Sunderland. Likewise, their defending has been poor in their previous two home outings and head coach Daniel Farke will be desperate to see that improve - as well as creating more with all their possession than last time out.
Overview of transfer business
Lots of it! More than 30 players either in or out so far, just to underline the work done. Names such as John Ruddy, Sebastien Bassong and Ryan Bennett were released, while City have since sold Jonny Howson, Graham Dorrans and Jacob Murphy. Those coming in have usually had a German connection and won't be familiar to City's Championship rivals. The hope will be that they are better known once the season gets going and they start to impress - but even an optimistic view says that is going to take some time.
Results so far this season
Excellent comeback point at Fulham, where City haven't won in more than 30 years, and a defensively worrying 3-2 home win over League Two Swindon in the Carabao Cup; before Sunderland did a number on City at Carrow Road on Sunday, sitting deep and countering - almost cantering - to a 3-1 win.
Nelson Oliveira. The striker's controversial celebrations directed at Farke after the sub came on to score the equaliser at Fulham - angry he didn't start - has dominated the early season agenda here. The matter finally feels over - and he may now get his first start of the season on Wednesday, if Farke wants to make changes from Sunday.
And City's chosen centre-backs. They have to start looking more solid as quickly as possible.
It's generally been 3-5-2 - although City's back three has been undone far too easily too often. Ex-Barnsley forward Marley Watkins was the second forward with Cameron Jerome on Sunday, but struggled to make an impact. Expect City to alter their formation during the course of the game, whichever one they opt to start with.
Prediction: Gunn; Martin, Zimmerman, Franke; Pinto, Naismith, Reed, Vrancic, Murphy; Watkins, Jerome.
There are no fresh injuries I believe. Alex Pritchard is out until November with a pre-season ankle injury. Timm Klose has a knee strain and won't return for another week or two.
Norwich City 2-1 QPR
There will already be pressure on City to win, and I'd like to think they'll be disciplined enough to manage it - albeit without a clean sheet. But if City don't improve from Sunday and still look like such a work in progress, there's no doubt it could be a good time for QPR to visit and maybe leave with something.
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