Dean Smith’s side have won their last three matches in all competitions, beating Everton and Watford in the league and then Wolves in the FA Cup to reach the FA Cup fifth round.
That took them down to 17th in the table, out of the relegation zone and with real hope of securing the Premier League’s survival this season.
Palace also moved up the cup over the weekend, comfortably beating Hartlepool as Patrick Vieira continues his strong first season in charge at Selhurst Park.
When the teams met in late December, Palace secured a 3-0 win with all goals scored in the first half. Seems to be a tighter affair at Carrow Road.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Norwich vs Crystal Palace is scheduled to kick off at 19:45 GMT on Wednesday February 9.
The match will be played at Carrow Road.
Where to watch Norwich vs Crystal Palace
TV channel: The match will be broadcast on BT Sports ESPN. Coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. GMT.
Direct: BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the game via their website or the BT Sports App.
Norwich vs Crystal Palace Team News
Joshua Sargent was a late FA Cup withdrawal, absent through illness, but Dean Smith has suggested the striker should be available to face Palace.
Tim Krul will again be out for Norwich with a shoulder injury.
It remains to be seen whether Cheikhou Kouyate returns for Palace, having won the Africa Cup of Nations with Senegal on Sunday night.
Wilfried Zaha should be available though, and that leaves Vieira with a selection dilemma given the impressive form of Odsonne Edouard and Michael Olise.
Norwich vs Crystal Palace Prediction
The Canaries appear to be regaining form in recent weeks as they continue their bid to avoid relegation this season.
Crystal Palace will always be confident of getting the upper hand from the Norwich backline, but they haven’t been hugely sure themselves and it could be an entertaining game at Carrow Road.
Head-to-head history and results (h2h)
Norwich win: 44
Crystal Palace wins: 50