The match, at Bishop Auckland's Heritage Park, is a first for Graeme Lee's side since beating Stoke City before Christmas, and a first on home soil since the beginning of November.

Boro are currently sitting in fifth place in the Premier League 2 Division 2 table, while the Canaries are nine points and six places worse off. 

The sides last met at Norwich's Colney Training Ground back in August, a late goal from Rumarn Burrell earning Boro a point in a 2-2 draw.

Admission is free for Boro Season Card holders with general admission priced at £3.