Team news ahead of Norway's international friendly against England at the Ullevaal Stadium in Oslo (kick-off 7.45pm).
England's opening game of Euro 2012 is little more than two weeks away as Roy Hodgson takes charge of his first match since being parachuted in as the successor to Fabio Capello.
Hodgson has confirmed both Andy Carroll and Rob Green will start.
The veteran coach has opted to give Carroll in particular the chance to prove his worth ahead of the forthcoming European Championships.
With Chelsea's Champions League winners yet to join the squad and Wayne Rooney - suspended for the first two Euro 2012 games - not involved, Hodgson does not have numerous options at his disposal.
As a result, he admits a lot of positions have been taken for Saturday, with Liverpool striker Carroll and West Ham goalkeeper Green occupying two of them. Steven Gerrard will skipper the team.
Green's return between the sticks will be his first appearance since his ill-feted run-out against the United States.
He will be back-up to Joe Hart at the Euros, more so now with Norwich's John Ruddy ruled out with a broken finger.
Ruddy was one of Hodgson's wildcard selections for Poland and Ukraine, and had planned to delay his honeymoon to travel with the squad.
He will not do so, though, having suffered the injury in training.
Hodgson also reported mixed news on three other injured players in the shape of Scott Parker (Achilles), Danny Welbeck (ankle) and Glen Johnson (toe). Parker and Welbeck are fit but Johnson misses out.
Norway finished third in a tough qualifying group which also included Denmark and Portugal, with Egil Olsen's side finishing three points adrift of their Scandinavian neighbours and level with the Portuguese, missing out on the play-offs only on goal difference.
A number of English-based players featured heavily in the qualifying campaign, including Fulham duo Brede Hangeland and John Arne Riise, Blackburn's Morten Gamst Pedersen and Erik Huseklepp, who turned out for both Portsmouth and Birmingham this season.
Hannover striker Moa Abdellaoue is set to lead the line for Norway having attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs following his displays for club and country this term, with a number of scouts due to watch him in action.