Alex Neil's men notched their first win of the Premier League season against the Black Cats as they hammered them 3-1 at the Stadium of Light.
Redmond continued his good start to the season with his second goal of the campaign following his strike against Crystal Palace on the opening day, and Neil will be hopeful that the England Under-21 international can kick on to be a key contributor for his team in the top flight.
Norwich played with freedom against Sunderland and proved to be solid at the back, which will have pleased Neil after their defeat to Palace where they were cut open by Alan Pardew's men, despite putting in a promising display at Carrow Road.
The Canaries will be determined to cash in on matches against teams expected to be in and around them in the table to pick up valuable points in their quest to remain in the division.
Their home form last season could have cost them an automatic promotion place, and Neil will be hopeful that his side can begin to repeat their form from on the road at Carrow Road, as the Scot has never tasted defeat in an away game during his tenure at the club.
Defensively the 34-year-old will want his side to perform a shutout sooner rather than later to build their confidence at the back, but their abilities will be tested by the Potters' potent attack in their showdown on Saturday.
Recent form: LWLWLW
Mark Hughes's men secured their first point of the season courtesy of a late comeback in their clash against Spurs at White Hart Lane.
Stoke were cut open at the back by Mauricio Pochettino's side in the first half at the Lane, but displayed resilience after the break to earn their first point of the campaign.
The Potters appear to be missing the reassuring presence of captain Ryan Shawcross, who is out for two months with a back problem, as Geoff Cameron and Marc Muniesa struggled at times during the clash against Spurs.
Record signing Xherdan Shaqiri should make his debut for the club in the match at Carrow Road after he served his one-match ban following his sending-off in a Coppa Italia game last season.
The Switzerland international will bolster Hughes's men's attacking prowess in the final third to add further goals to a team that notched almost 50 goals in the league last season.
Stoke were middle of the pack with their away form in the last campaign, but Hughes will be looking for a slight improvement which could lead his side into the reckoning for a Europa League place come the end of the season.
Recent form: WLLLLD
Norwich have no new concerns over injuries heading into the clash against the Potters, but they are still without midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu due a foot injury.
Shaqiri is likely to make his debut for the Potters in the match, with Jonathan Walters expected to drop to the bench to accommodate the arrival of the Swiss.
Norwich possible starting lineup:
Ruddy; Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Brady; Redmond, Tettey, Dorrans, Howson; Hoolahan; Jerome
Stoke possible starting lineup:
Butland; Johnson, Cameron, Muniesa, Pieters; Whelan, Van Ginkel, Shaqiri, Afellay, Arnautovic; Diouf
Head To Head
The last meeting between the sides ended in a 1-1 draw, in which Stoke came from behind to earn a point at Carrow Road as Walters scored from the spot to cancel out Bradley Johnson's opener. However, the forward was then dismissed five minutes later to force his side to hold out for the draw.
Over the course of history, Stoke have shaded the contest by recording 19 wins ahead of Norwich's 17, while 15 of the matches have ended in draws.
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We say: Norwich 2-2 Stoke
Both teams have played some good football at the start of the campaign, especially in the final third of the pitch. There could be little to separate the sides at Carrow Road as Hughes and Neil may be forced to settle for a share of the spoils.