Norwich have done exceptionally well, this season, under manager Paul Lambert, who brought the Canaries, first out of League One to the nPower championship in 2009/2010 and then to the premier League this year.
The club continues to impress their fans with 9 wins already, including their impressive 4-2 victory against Newcastle. Coming out of a successful two game-winning streak against Swansea and Bolton, the Canaries will be trying their best to surprise the Red Devils.
Manchester United on the other hand have been doing what they are best capable of, winning. Except for a humiliating 1-6 loss to neighbours Manchester City, the Red Devils have had a good season, ranking second just below City. Their best win has been against Arsenal, winning with a whopping 8-2 score line. Manchester United, coming out of a narrow victory against Liverpool, will be trying hard to win this one so that they reach the top of the Premier League.