Norwich v Spurs – how to follow, team news, key information
Sat 21 May 2022, 21:37|Tottenham Hotspur
One last game, one last big push for a Champions League place.
Our destiny is back in our hands heading into Sunday’s final-day clash at Norwich City – a point will be enough to clinch fourth place in the Premier League and a seat back at European football’s top table for next season.
The hosts have already been relegated and are propping up the standings, but will be playing for pride in front of their own fans in their final top-flight outing.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of the match...
How can I watch the game?
Sunday’s match kicks-off at 4pm, but has not been selected for live broadcast in the UK.
However, you can follow all the action as always via our Match Centre here on the website and app, complete with live text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats.
Alternatively, join our official Watchalong on Twitch with hosts Rebekah and Matt from 3pm UK.
If you’re following us from outside the UK, please refer to the overseas broadcast listings to see if the match is being shown in your area.
We’ll have highlights on the website and app from two hours after the full-time whistle.
How will the teams line up?
Cristian Romero, Sergio Reguilon, Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp and Matt Doherty all remain sidelined for us.
On Friday, Antonio Conte also explained the situation surrounding Harry Kane’s fitness after the striker reported feeling unwell. Asked in his pre-match press conference if Harry would be okay for Sunday, Antonio replied: “Yes. Also, in the last game (against Burnley), we had Dejan Kulusevski with this problem, he didn’t train with us on the Saturday but, on Sunday, he was good to play. For sure, Harry doesn’t want to miss this type of game. It means a lot for everyone. If you remember against Burnley, we had three, four cases of a stomach problem. In this week, we had a couple of cases, but overcame the situation. The availability of the players is the same as the last game against Burnley.”
Ben Gibson and Billy Gilmour are doubtful for the hosts.
Who is the referee and what colours will the teams be playing in?
Chris Kavanagh will take charge of Sunday’s game at Carrow Road, assisted by Harry Lennard and Nick Hopton.
The fourth official will be Dean Whitestone, with Andy Madley and assistant Wade Smith in charge of VAR.
Norwich will play in yellow shirts, green shorts and yellow socks, with their goalkeeper in blue.
We’ll be wearing our home kit, consisting of Lilywhite shirts, navy shorts and navy socks, with our keeper in the change strip of orange.
What will the weather be like?
It’s set to be a sunny day in Norwich on Sunday, with temperatures forecast to be around 20 degrees when the match gets underway.