How to watch, team news, stream link, TV info
Norwich City host Tottenham on Championship Sunday (watch live, 11 a.m. ET on SYFY, NBCSports.com and via Peacock bounty) and the equation is simple for Antonio Conte’s team: win and they will be in the UEFA Champions League next season.
Even a draw will suffice (unless Arsenal beat Everton by 15 or more goals).
Spurs have won seven of their last 10 games to move into the lead to finish in the top four as they sit two points clear of fifth-placed Arsenal going into the final game of the season. Heung-min Son and Harry Kane propelled Spurs to the brink of a Champions League return, despite being much better defensively as Conte’s tactical genius is clear to all. It’s exactly the kind of scenario Conte would have dreamed of when he took charge of Tottenham after a third of the season.
As for Norwich, well, the only motivation they have to win is to make a lot of close friends at Arsenal and a win could also see them finish 19th in the table instead of 20th. Dean Smith’s relegated Canaries haven’t fared as badly as their record suggests, but after once again failing to invest heavily in their squad following promotion to the PL, it was inevitable that they would be relegated. That said, if Teemu Pukki is the hero of an upset win for Norwich on Sunday, then he and his Canary team-mates will likely never have to buy a pint in the red half of north London again.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Norwich v Tottenham.
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How to watch Norwich vs Tottenham live stream, stream link and start time
Kickoff: 11 a.m. ET, Sunday
TV Channel: SYFY
In line: Broadcast on NBCSports.com and via Peacock bounty
Norwich squad news, injuries, roster options
Ozan Kabak, Mathias Normann, Josh Sargent, Kenny McLean, Christoph Zimmermann, Andrew Omobamidele and Adam Idah are all ruled out for the Canaries.
Tottenham squad news, injuries, line-up options
Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp, Matt Doherty and Sergio Reguilon are out, while Cristian Romero will not return from his hip injury. There were concerns about an illness outbreak at Spurs and Harry Kane being ill, but Antonio Conte said Kane was fine and the same team that beat Burnley was available.