Norwich City v Burnley: Premier League – live!

18 July 2020 03:47
Premier League updates from the 5.30pm BST kick-offNorwich find slick technique can be fool’s gold in top tierFeel free to email John or tweet @JohnBrewin_ 4.47pm BST Here’s those teams in less fanciful, social media style. Norwich: Krul, Aarons, Godfrey, Klose, Lewis, Tettey, McLean, Cantwell, Emi, Hernandez, Drmic. Subs: Zimmermann, Rupp, Vrancic, Stiepermann, Pukki, McGovern, Idah, Famewo, Martin. 4.37pm BST Who will join Burnley and replace Norwich. The picture has been somewhat clouded by today’s action. Related: Brentford hand West Brom a promotion lifeline after shock defeat at Stoke Related: Stoke stun Brentford, Hull v Luton and more – Championship clockwatch – live! 4.34pm BST Here’s the league table to remind of Norwich’s fate and, it has to be said, the unlikelihood of Burnley making it back to the Europa League. 4.32pm BST TEAM NEWS ▪ One change from Tuesday's game at Chelsea▪ Buendia replaces Rupp in the XI▪ Zimbo returns to the bench#NORBURTEAM NEWS: Here's how the Clarets line-up for the penultimate @premierleague game of the season v @NorwichCityFC 3.57pm BST Project Restart has not been kind to Norwich, who have lost every game since football came back and are now relegated back to the Championship. Those days when it was said that Daniel Farke’s were the best team to sit bottom of the Premier League now seem a distant dream. Burnley, though, have had a restorative time, at least on the field. A pair of 1-1 draws with Liverpool and Wolves have shown off Sean Dyche’s team in their finest flintiness. There is still European football to play for, though the club’s memories of the 2018-19 season, when a sojourn in the Europa League preliminary rounds threatened their Premier League status, may not be too fond. There remain doubts over Sean Dyche’s future, with cash a concern, and money even tighter now in the time of Covid-19 so this may even be his penultimate game in charge. This could be one where pride is being played for and there is no prouder man in football than Sean Dyche. Kick-off is 5.30pm, join me. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian