Norwich City will look to carry forward the momentum gained by their impressive 1-0 win over Manchester United, when they travel to Goodison Park to take on an Everton side keen to bounce back from last weekend's defeat to Reading.
Norwich pulled off another big scalp on Saturday, when they stopped United from scoring, on the way to putting on another impressive defensive display.
"I think we've been more solid in front of goal as a team, and we mustn't underestimate what the lads have had to put in to get these results," Norwich manager Chris Hughton told the club's official website.
"That's the level that we have to work at to get those results and keep the good run going.
"It's always pleasing for a goalkeeper and a back four (to get clean sheets), but you can't do as well as we have done defensively of late without it being a real team effort.
"Certainly the back four will be grateful for the group of players in front of them that have given them the resistance and hard work that they need.
"It's a real good team effort and it's something that's been really pleasing."
Hughton is expecting a tough test against Everton. "It's always very difficult at Goodison Park, because they're a side that can generate a good feeling at home as it's a wonderful stadium to play in, and if anything this season even more so," he added. "They've started really well and they're playing a very good style of football, and they have some influential players around that. They're a good all round team.
"We saw the Reading game and for a team away from home they had a lot of good forward options and opportunities.
"I know David Moyes well, and we all know that he hasn't had the type of budget that the Manchester Uniteds have had, but to be consistently where they are in this Barclays Premier League and to be having such a good season speaks volumes of them as a club but also for David as a manager."
Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy is expected to make the trip to Everton, after making good progress with the knee injury he suffered against Manchester United, while defender Russell Martin is also available. Michael Turner, however, is doubtful for Saturday's game.
Everton will be without their most important player Marouane Fellaini, who is suspended, but Kevin Mirallas and Darron Gibson could make a return to the squad. Skipper Phil Neville, however, is out for the year, after undergoing knee surgery.
Expected lineups: Everton: Howard; Coleman, Heitinga, Jagielka, Baines; Osman, Hitzlsperger; Naismith, Pienaar, Mirallas; Jelavic.
Norwich: Ruddy; Whittaker, Bassong, Turner, Garrido; Johnson, Tettey; Snodgrass, Hoolahan, Pilkington; Holt.
Prediction: 2-1 to Everton
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