Adebayor has bagged eight goals in 10 games since returning to the starting line-up under Tim Sherwood.
The 29-year old was frozen out by Andre Villas-Boas who notably forced to train with the clubs youngsters following a public spat with the Portuguese manager.
The former Manchester City, Arsenal and Real Madrid marksman bagged a brace as Spurs beat Newcastle United 4-0 at St.James’s Park last time out.
Norwich on the other hand lost 2-0 to West Ham United to further unsettle the Canaries faithful who have had to endure a difficult season.
The Canaries are currently a mere point above the relegation zone and five points above bottom placed Fulham.
Norwich last win was against Hull City in the middle of January.
Tottenham on the other hand have looked impressive under Sherwood and are currently three points off fourth placed Liverpool who occupy the final Champions League spots.
Norwich boss Chris Hughton, who is under massive pressure could welcome back Jonny Howson and Michael Turner for the encounter.
Meanwhile, Sherwood could welcome back Erik Lamela and Brazilian midfielder Sandro who has been struggling with a calf injury.
Spurs have an impressive recent record in Norwich, picking up three points in four of their last five trips to Carrow Road.
The corresponding fixture last season ended in a 1-1 draw.
Wes Hoolahan’s first half strike was cancelled out by a trademark strike from now Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale.
The reverse fixture at White Hart Lane earlier this season ended in a 2-0 win for the Lilywhites thanks to a brace from Gylfi Sigurdsson.