Its something of a basement battle as Norwich take on Everton in the Premier League this afternoon with both sides looking to pull away from the relegation trapdoor. Dean Smith’s Norwich City are in big trouble at the moment, the side rooted to the bottom of the table, but despite this a win today would put them within an inch of safety.
Remarkably, Norwich have lost six games on the bounce in the Premier League and have only taken ten points out of their twenty games played this season. They are however only three points off Watford who lie in seventeenth place and safety so plenty could change coming into this one.
Their opponents Everton are also on a downward curve with Rafa Benitez’s side really looking short of confidence at the moment. Squad injuries and transfers have not helped in recent weeks with Dominic Calvert-Lewin still coming back to to full fitness, while left back Lucas Digne, who provided so many assists last season has left for Aston Villa.
Norwich v Everton streaming instructions
Here are the instructions to watch the game in the UK. Unfortunately there is no official live stream of the game from Carrow Road today. If you do want to watch the game you can access Sky Sports in Germany via a VPN which will give you a feed of the game. A subscription is required however.
Is the Everton Norwich match on BBC iplayer?
No, there Everton vs Norwich City game today is not on the BBC iplayer. You can get live match updates through BBC 5 Live service which is available on DAB radio or can be accessed using the red button on your television remote.
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This game could go either way at the moment – both these sides are desperate for points so a win either way would make a significant impact to Premier League survival. A point at home for Norwich City would probably not be enough at this stage.
Home wins are a must at the moment.
Things are a little bleak for Everton at the moment but there are signs first team players are returning, with Yerry Mina, Fabian Delph and the much missed Richarlison close to making a return for this one.