We take on the Canaries at White Hart Lane on Easter Monday - kick-off 3pm - our second game of a busy Easter weekend that started with Saturday’s goalless draw at Sunderland.
Scott agreed that the nature of Saturday’s encounter at the Stadium of Light came as a surprise, as the Black Cats were happy for us to dominate possession, to soak up pressure and try to hit us on the counter-attack.
In the end, it was stalemate.
“It was a strange game,” reflected Scott, excellent again in midfield. “It surprised us, they sat in behind the ball and we didn’t expect that.
“It was a slow tempo game, we dominated possession and probably would have liked to think that we could have nicked a goal, but it wasn’t to be, so there is that disappointment.”
Norwich are 12th in the Premier League after Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Everton at Carrow Road took them onto 40 points.
“The quick turn around will have a bit of an affect, there's not too much time to recover, but it’s a game we have to win," added Scott.
"We'll be looking for the three points and to keep that momentum going."