Despite their tremendous victory at Barnsley on Saturday, it's time for the Canaries to right the many wrongs of the original third round tie and brush League Two and now managerless Bury aside tonight in a manner that they really ought to be capable of.
All weather permitting, of course.
No-one needs reminding that City didn't play particularly well at Carrow Road ten days ago despite having created enough chances to have comfortably won the game.
Aside from a bright opening ten minutes so and a similar period at the end of the game, City were nowhere near their best.
It was as though Norwich thought that because they should have been a couple of goals ahead before their lower league opponents had even had chance to settle that it would simply be a case of many more opportunities soon following without them having to really work for them.
City were generally lethargic in possession and relatively predictable for long periods of the contest, and in some ways they can even count themselves fortunate that they have an opportunity to put the cards straight tonight and haven't become another victim in an ever-lengthening list of cup giant-killing acts.
Bury had their chances at Carrow Road too don't forget, and if they can count on City being as toothless in front of goal as they were ten days ago, and especially as unconvincing in their general play again tonight, then they will no doubt strongly fancy their chances.
However, after the events of the second-half at Barnsley on Saturday it's difficult to envisage how that can possibly be the case again tonight.
Granted, many of us were fooled into thinking that as a result of an equally impressive display at Crystal Palace on New Year's Day four days earlier, City would have been chomping at the bit against Bury and about to stroll through to the fourth round, yet it clearly didn't turn out that way.
But Norwich played so well in the second-half on Saturday and not only created countless chances but also managed to convert three of them that you would hope that they can finish the job off tonight without to many problems.
City boss Glenn Roeder has Matty Pattison available for selection again tonight after he missed out through suspension at the weekend, but he must do without Ched Evans who isn't available owing to not having been registered for the original tie.
Evans looked sharp and lively at Oakwell and was one of few players who could feel happy with his contribution for the duration of the game as opposed to just the second-half, but his absence will probably open the door for Jamie Cureton to return to the starting line-up.
Despite being City's leading score with eight goals as well as netting against Wolves only three games ago, after missing a few chances in recent matches that he would normally bury with his eyes closed and not generally having performed at his best lately, it'll be an opportunity for Cureton to add to his tally tonight and also to put in a performance that will restore the confidence that he just might be lacking at the moment.
It will also be an opportunity for him to stake a claim for a regular place in the team, and that's no bad thing from the team's point of view when you consider that even the leading scorer isn't guaranteed a place in the side.
A winnable fourth round trip to Southampton awaits tonight's winners, and if the Canaries can continue where they left on Saturday, there'll surely only be one outcome this time?