Adam Idah came off the bench to score the winner last weekend as Norwich started their 2020-21 Championship campaign with a 1-0 success at Huddersfield.
The Canaries are viewed by many as the favourites to win the second tier this season, securing an immediate return to the Premier League in the process, and they will be determined to pick up another victory here.
The club have also had a free week to prepare for this game as defeat to Luton Town in the first round of the EFL Cup earlier this month means that they have not been in cup action this week.
A victory for Farke's side on Saturday would lead them nicely into next Friday's trip to Bournemouth, but Preston won the last Championship clash between the two sides in February 2019.
Preston won 18, drew 12 and lost 16 of their 46 Championship matches last season, claiming 66 points to finish ninth in the table, four points outside of the playoff positions.
The Lilywhites will have been incredibly disappointed to have missed out on the top six, and it does appear that the club will struggle to challenge high up the table in 2020-21.
There will be 1,000 supporters inside Carrow Road this weekend, meanwhile, as the contest has been chosen as a pilot event for the safe return of fans to stadiums.
Norwich City Championship form: W
Norwich City form (all competitions): LW
Preston North End Championship form: L
Preston North End form (all competitions): LW
Onel Hernandez was replaced by Placheta against Huddersfield in the latter stages of the clash last weekend, but the former should again get the nod from the start.
As for Preston, it remains to be seen whether key player Daniel Johnson is involved amid the speculation surrounding his future.
Johnson, who continues to be linked with Rangers, was left out of the squad against Swansea last weekend, but he was a late substitute in the victory over Derby in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, netting his team's winner from the penalty spot in the final exchanges.
Norwich City possible starting lineup:
Krul; Aarons, Zimmermann, Godfrey, Quintilla; Skipp, McLean; Hernandez, Buendia, Cantwell; Pukki
Preston North End possible starting lineup:
Ripley; Browne, Storey, Davies, Hughes; Gallagher, Pearson; Sinclair, Potts, Bodin; Barkhuizen
We say: Norwich City 2-0 Preston North End
Norwich are going to take some stopping this season if they manage to keep the majority of their star players. The Canaries got off to a winning start last weekend, and we expect Farke's side to put another three points on the board on Saturday afternoon.