The 24,000-seater stadium is expected to be full for the upcoming match between Norwich City and Manchester United.
Norwegian manager Ole Gunnar Solshire said Norwich City were brave and playing in a way that could annoy the most powerful rivals.
Solshire pointed out that Manchester United may have difficulty in achieving a positive result when they visit Carew Road Stadium on Sunday in the Premier League.
The newly promoted Norwich City are second to bottom, but coach Daniel Warke’s team has already done well after returning to the top flight and surprisingly beat champions Manchester City last month.
Solskjaer, whose side won their first away win of the season against Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League last Thursday, told reporters:
“When I saw Norwich’s first league match against Liverpool, I saw a team with a lot of courage. They were courageous and played their own way and continued on that path.”
“He did some great results by beating Newcastle and Manchester City. He’s a team with a clear philosophy.”
Solskjaer said he was happy to have striker Anthony Martial return from injury after scoring the winner in Belgrade.
“I had to replace Aaron Wan-Bisaka and Anthony Marcial after 60 minutes, because they had been out of action for a long time.”
History and Statistics
Manchester United are close to equaling their record-breaking record between February and September 1989 when they failed to win in 11 consecutive games.
United are poised to add a new record to their Premier League history when they visit Norwich City.
Manchester United have scored a goal in the league so far as the most scoring team in the history of the English Premier League.
The Red Devils are easy to achieve in today’s match, playing 67 games against Norwich in various tournaments.