Norwich City loan striker Hwang Ui-Jo is in the starting 11 to play against Watford tonight after being dropped by his national team over sexual misconduct allegations.

The starting XI was announced at around 7pm by the Canaries, who posted the news on X, formerly known as Twitter. 

The forward, who is on a season-long loan from Nottingham Forest, has been questioned about the allegations by cybercrime officers in Seoul over claims that he secretly filmed a woman and shared the footage.

While the striker denies the claims, the Korea Football Association (KFA) has now issued a statement saying that he will not play for the national team again until the inquiry is over.

Following the KFA's announcement, a spokesman for Norwich City said the club "acknowledged the situation with the KFA and is aware of the ongoing process".

Hwang has denied all the allegations against him and has brought a counter-claim for defamation and blackmail against his accuser.

He claims the footage was taken with the woman's consent and said that he later lost the phone while playing in Greece for Olympiacos.