Although Silva remains under pressure, his Everton side have won two of their last four in the league and they are unbeaten in three games across all competitions.
Historically, this fixture has been a good one for the Toffees, who have tasted defeat just once in their last 12 meetings with the Canaries.
Daniel Farke is another manager under pressure as Norwich's positive start has given way to a dismal run of form that has seen them lose four of their last five league games.
Norwich, who have drawn a blank in their four away matches and last won in mid-September, have continually been undone by their leaky defence, which has conceded at least twice in 10 Premier League games this season.
The Canaries do have talent in the attacking areas but they have continually been overrun in midfield, leading to them getting trapped in their own half for long periods.
Key to Farke's men getting something from Saturday's match will be Finnish striker Teemu Pukki. The former Celtic man, who netted three times for his country during the recent international break, has not scored in the league since netting six in his first five matches.
Pukki's movement and footballing intelligence will always get him opportunities, and Norwich will be hoping that his goalscoring exploits in the last week will have boosted his confidence.
Everton recent form: LLWLDW
Everton recent form (all competitions): LWLWDW
Norwich City recent form: LLDLLL
Everton possible starting lineup:
Pickford; Sidibe, Mina, Keane, Digne; Davies, Schneiderlin; Iwobi, Sigurdsson, Richarlison; Calvert-Lewin
Norwich City possible starting lineup:
Krul; Aarons, Amadou, Godfrey, Byram; Vrancic, McLean; Cantwell, Stiepermann, Buendia; Pukki
We say: Everton 3-1 Norwich City
Norwich's recent form hardly makes for pleasant reading, and while there is a good chance that Teemu Pukki gets back among the goals, Everton should have more than enough quality to make it four unbeaten in all competitions.