The Canaries have already been relegated to the Championship following Sunday's loss to West Ham United.
Farke told a pre-match press conference: "It's not like we will give test games to our players once we've been relegated, that wouldn't be fair.
"We will rotate a bit, this quick turnaround is an opportunity for these players to show their quality in the last games."
Farke added that the remaining matches provide an opportunity for Norwich to build momentum for next season.
"Once relegation is confirmed, it isn't possible to enjoy the game, but it is an honour to play in the best league in the world.
"It's our chance to create momentum. We want to look back in ten years and say it was a shame we couldn't stay in the league but we gave ourselves the best finish."