It’s a battle between two of the sides relegated from the Premier League today as Norwich make the trip south to face Bournemouth as we bring you the latest Bournemouth v Norwich live streaming news.
And it couldn’t be tighter going into the game, with both sides sitting on four points from their two league games so far.
The Cherries kicked off their campaign with a thrilling 3-2 win over Blackburn, before conceding a late goal at Middlesbrough to draw 1-1.
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Is Bournemouth v Norwich on TV?
The game is being shown the the Canaries official iplayer service.
The Canaries also won their first game back in the division, with Adam Idah netting the only goal of the match against Huddersfield.
Polish youngster Przemyslaw Placheta then helped rescue a point in the 2-2 draw at home to Preston.
Jason Tindall’s men are currently 6/4 to come out on top on Sunday.
Their opponents are available at 2/1, with a draw currently 5/2.
Both teams to score has been given odds of 8/11.
Their meetings in the top-flight last season produced two narrow encounters, the first of which resulted in a goalless draw at the Vitality Stadium.
A Teemu Pukki penalty was all that could separate the sides in the return fixture, with both teams finishing the game with ten men after red cards were shown to Ben Godfrey and Steve Cook.
Another 0-0 draw can be backed at 11/1. And a repeat of the 1-0 victory for Daniel Farke’s men is currently 9/1.
Norwich dangerman Pukki netted 11 times in the Premier League last time out, and he’s already off the mark in the Championship having scored in the draw with Preston.
He has been given odds of 7/4 to score first on Sunday afternoon.
Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson and Harry Wilson managed eight and seven goals respectively last season, but both have since left the club.
Joshua King was their nearest competitor with seven goals, and he is currently 15/8 to score against Norwich.
Fellow strikers Dominic Solanke and Sam Surridge can be backed at 23/10 and 11/4 respectively to score anytime.