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Spurs v Norwich – how to follow, team news, key information

Fri 03 December 2021, 23:56|Tottenham Hotspur

Norwich City visit Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first time since March, 2020, on Sunday afternoon as the fixtures continue to come thick and fast.

The Canaries escaped with a penalty shootout victory in the FA Cup on that occasion but come to north London this time languishing second from bottom in the Premier League, albeit only three points from safety ahead of the weekend’s action.

Our home victory over Brentford on Thursday evening moved us to within two points of the top four – and we still have a game in hand on all the teams above us.

Here’s all the key information you need to know ahead of Sunday’s contest...

How can I watch the game?

Sunday’s match gets underway at 2pm UK time, but has not been selected for live broadcast in the UK.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t follow the action if you’re not coming to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in person.

Tune in for free to N17 Live, our exclusive pre- and post-match show emanating from inside the stadium, here on, the Spurs Official app and across our official social media channels from 1.15pm UK, with special guest Sebastien Bassong.

You can also join our official Watchalong on Twitch – head to from 1pm UK – or follow all the action via our live Match Centre on and the app, which features minute-by-minute text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats at your fingertips.

If you’re supporting us from outside the UK, the worldwide broadcast listings will advise whether the match is being shown in your area.

How will the teams line up?

We’re still without Argentine duo Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso, although the latter is expected to return to training soon.

Antonio Conte confirmed at his pre-match press conference on Friday that there were no fresh injury concerns arising from the win over Brentford in midweek.

Oliver Skipp will hope to line up against the club at which he spent a successful year on loan last season.

As for Norwich, Todd Cantwell is available again but the match comes too soon for midfielder Mathias Normann to make his return from a pelvic issue.

Milot Rashica is also out.

Who is the referee and what colours will the teams be playing in?

Jarred Gillett takes charge of Sunday’s match, with Ian Hussin and Neil Davies running the lines and Martin Atkinson in place as the fourth official.

On VAR duty will be Peter Bankes, along with assistant Wade Smith.

As usual in the Premier League at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, we’ll be playing in our 2021/22 home kit, featuring Lilywhite shirts, navy shorts and navy socks.

Norwich will arrive in their pink change strip.

Our goalkeeper is set to wear green, with Norwich’s in light blue.

How can I get the matchday programme?

We’ve another jam-packed edition of our official matchday programme on sale at the game on Sunday, priced at the usual £3.50. It’s available from all Tap Inn counters around the stadium and external pods situated at Paxton House, the South Podium, Park Lane Square and Worcester Avenue.

Supporters not attending the match can order a copy online here, for delivery direct to your door.

Inside this weekend’s edition, Oliver Skipp reflects on his promotion-winning campaign on loan at Norwich City last season.

What will the weather be like?

It should stay dry in north London on Sunday. It’s forecast to be cloudy, with temperatures reaching six degrees during the afternoon.

What happened the last time we faced Norwich?