After being subjected to the Coca-Cola Championship's version of water torture from a Watford side that plays non-stop, in your face, route one, tedious football, tomorrow's trip to Coventry should in theory feel like a visit to a children's tea party.
If City can credibly withstand the very 'best' that Aidy Boothroyd title-chasing Neanderthals can throw at them to the point whereby come the final stages of the game they were actually playing the type of football that had their hosts on the back foot and the home fans voicing their displeasure probably at not seeing the ball whistling through the air in the general direction of the opposition goalmouth, then a trip to the Ricoh Arena should surely hold no fears?
Not that it will be that simple, of course.
Coventry are a team that is currently fighting for survival and sat just four points and one place above the drop zone, and accordingly they will probably be no pushover, but the Canaries must still fancy their chances tomorrow after what they had to endure in mid-week.
As well deserved as their 1-1 draw on Tuesday night was, four points from their last four games isn't much to shout about, but City can improve on that tomorrow providing they continue where they left off at Vicarage Road by trying to out-play rather than out-muscle their opponents.
As we have seen in recent months, if the game has ever developed into a physical contest then City haven't been found wanting.
Previously Norwich would have been seen as a bit of a soft touch by the rest of the division's teams, but not any more ? as Watford will testify to.
They've been able to fight fire with fire, and this is arguably the most important aspect the team that Glenn Roeder has improved since his arrival.
However, the Canaries' strength undoubtedly still lies in their ability to keep the ball on the floor and to try to attack teams with quality football as apposed to brute force.
Roeder has Darel Russell available for selection again tomorrow after he completed his three-match ban in mid-week, and with Jamie Cureton netting three goals in his last three games he has the difficult decision of having to decide who to disappoint and leave on the bench.
Ryan Bertrand, Mark Fotheringham and especially Matty Pattison earned their stripes at Watford on Tuesday night, and it will be interesting to see who the manager does select tomorrow considering that Russell has undoubtedly been one of the star performers this season.
Bertrand could drop back to his preferred left-back slot which would accommodate Russell's return with Pattison moving out wide on the left, but in attack he must decide which two to pick from three.
Dion Dublin, Ched Evans and Jamie Cureton each bring their own qualities to the table, but one will have to kick his heels on the sidelines barring an unexpected surprise from Roeder tomorrow.
Coventry have dropped like a stone in the Championship this season, and after finding themselves at the top of the table not long after the big kick-off back in August last year the Sky Blues are now threatened with relegation.
That alarming slide ultimately cost Ian Dowie his job, but former Fulham boss Chris Coleman's appointment hasn't really had the positive effect on results yet that everyone at the Ricoh Arena had hoped for.
Coventry have won one, drawn one and lost two of their four games under Coleman, and with what looks like being a difficult run-in for them they'll view tomorrow's game as being an opportunity that they must take to grab three, much-needed points.