Festive tv picks and fixture changes for Canaries announced

Norwich City's return Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace will be broadcast live Picture:

Norwich City's return Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace will be broadcast live Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City’s Premier League home game against Sheffield United in early December has been switched while the festive home matches against Tottenham and Crystal Palace have been picked for live television coverage.

In addition, City's league games at Southampton (Wednesday, December 4) KO 7:30pm and the Boxing Day trip to Aston Villa (KO 3pm) will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video.

Norwich were originally scheduled to host the Blades at Carrow Road on Saturday, December 7 but that has been pushed back to Sunday, December 8 (KO 2pm).

Spurs' visit on December 28 (KO 5:30pm) has been picked for live coverage on Sky Sports and Crystal Palace's New Year's Day visit (KO 5:30pm) will be shown live on BT Sports. Finally City's Premier League game at Tottenham on January 22 will kick off 15 minutes earlier than orginally advertised.

- Full list of amended fixtures and/or television picks

You may also want to watch:

Southampton v Norwich City Wednesday, December 4 (7.30pm)

St. Mary's Stadium (Live on Amazon Prime Video)

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Norwich City v Sheffield United Sunday, December 8 (2pm)

Carrow Road

Aston Villa v Norwich City Thursday, December 26 (3pm)

Villa Park (Live on Amazon Prime Video)

Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur Saturday, December 28 (5.30pm)

Carrow Road (Live on Sky Sports)

Norwich City v Crystal Palace Wednesday, January 1 (5.30pm)

Carrow Road (Live on BT Sport)

Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City Wednesday, January 22 (7.30pm)

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Ticket details will be announced in due course.

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