Antonio Conte has admitted that Tottenham have been hit by stomach bug over the last couple of weeks, but said it would not disrupt preparations for the Norwich clash.
Spurs are on the cusp of qualifying for the Champions League, and only need a draw against the already-relegated canaries to see them over the line.
There was no such good news for Cristian Romero, who is definitely out of the game having failed to recover from the hip injury that has kept him out of the last two matches
The Italian manager said: “If you remember the last game against Burnley, we had four cases with stomach problems.
“This week, I have to be honest we had a couple of cases about this, but we overcame this situation.
“Also members of the staff for one day were not feeling so good.
“I don’t know why, but last week and also this week we faced this situation.
“Honestly, this virus is the last of our problems because we are very close to reaching a big achievement for the club, for our fans, for the players.
“We are totally focused on the game and the situation of the players, the availability, is the same as the last game against Burnley.”
Antonio Conte has done a remarkable job taking Spurs from ninth to fourth, where they look likely to make a return to Champions League football.
Harry Kane, who had just scored one goal before the arrival of the Italian, now has 16, while Eric Dier is on the brink of a recall to the England team, which would have been unthinkable at the start of the season.