Hoolahan returns to skipper Norwich

Hoolahan returns to skipper Norwich

Chris Hughton made 11 changes to his side as he searched for his first win as Norwich boss with npower League One side Scunthorpe the visitors to Carrow Road in the Capital One Cup.

Defender Ryan Bennett, who was an unused substitute in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with QPR, came in to start and the Republic of Ireland's Wes Hoolahan returned to captain the side.

Scunthorpe, who are languishing at the foot of League One and are also without a win so far this season, made only two changes as manager Alan Knill looks to kick-start the Iron’s campaign.

Defender Tom Newey and winger Andy Barcham came in for Callum Kennedy and Bobby Grant while new signing David Prutton was named on the bench.

Norwich: Rudd, Francomb, Turner, Ryan Bennett, Tierney, Fox, Lappin, Hoolahan, Surman, Morison, Chris Martin.

Subs: Ruddy, Russell Martin, Johnson, Holt, Jackson, Pilkington, Barnett.

Scunthorpe: Slocombe, Ribeiro, Mirfin, Canavan, Newey, Duffy, Gibbons, Walker, Ryan, Barcham, Grella.

Subs: Severn, Grant, Jennings, Hughes, Howe, Keegan, Prutton.

Referee: Phil Gibbs (West Midlands)

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