Roberto Martinez's side has taken 21 points from 10 home games this season, its highest return since the 2004-05 campaign, with only bottom club Sunderland able to claim victory when visiting Goodison Park so far.
That form has helped lift the Toffees to fifth in the Premier League, just one point behind local rival Liverpool, which occupies the final Champions League place.
Norwich, meanwhile, has not won at Goodison since 1993 and is looking to end a run of five league games without a victory.
The two sides met on the opening day of the season, when Ricky van Wolfswinkel's 71st-minute equalizer earned Norwich a point in a 2-2 draw at Carrow Road.
Their fortunes since then have been markedly different; Everton has won 10 and only lost two games in the following 19, while the Canaries have lost 10 and won five, leaving them just three points above the relegation zone.
Despite Norwich's poor campaign, Martinez expects a tough encounter and knows that his team will have to be at its fluent best to record a seventh home league win of the season.
"Norwich aren't a team who are going to surprise us at all – we know they're very, very well drilled," he said. "First and foremost, you need to highlight they have incredible character.
"They've gone through highs and lows but they're always competitive. They've played together for a long time. Chris Hughton is experienced and gets his side organized; they're difficult to break down."
The Spaniard has injury concerns over Ross Barkley (toe) ahead of the game, while Sylvain Distin, Phil Jagielka and Leighton Baines will have fitness tests before the match.
Norwich is boosted by the return of Sebastien Bassong, Bradley Johnson and Wes Hoolahan but looks set to be without Alex Tettey (ankle), Michael Turner (hamstring), Johnny Howson (back) and Anthony Pilkington (hamstring).
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