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Ryan Sessegnon of Tottenham Hotspur and Pierre Lees-Melou of Norwich in action during the Premier Le

Norwich City host Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon as the curtain falls on their Premier League season. - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City will be hoping to be party-poopers to prevent Tottenham Hotspur from claiming a Champions League spot in the final game of the Premier League season.

The Canaries were relegated three weeks ago and there will be a sense of relief that the season is culminating now, although Dean Smith and his squad will want to finish the campaign on a high.

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There has been little to cheer about for Norwich this season, who come into this game with just one point more than they gained in the 2019/20 season that also ended in relegation. 

Norwich are hoping to produce a performance to send the fans into the summer with something to be optimistic about, although most supporters are feeling fatigued by a long season that has offered little reason to cheer. 

Antonio Conte's much improved Spurs side know a point will be enough to secure Champions League football ahead of North London rivals Arsenal.

Former City loanee Harry Kane is expected to be fit although Oliver Skipp, who was a pivotal part of the Canaries' team that romped to the Championship title last season, remains sidelined and will miss his Carrow Road reunion. 

Norwich's squad will complete a lap of appreciation after the game and Teemu Pukki will be formally presented with the Barry Butler Memorial trophy after winning the fan-voted award earlier in the week. 

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