City confirm fixtures against survival rivals Brighton, Watford and West Ham

Norwich City lost 2-0 at Brighton earlier this season Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City lost 2-0 at Brighton earlier this season Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

More of Norwich City’s Premier League fixtures have been announced ahead of the Canaries’ season resuming tomorrow, with games against survival rivals Brighton, Watford and West Ham all confirmed.

The Canaries already knew they were hosting Southampton on Friday (6pm, Sky Sports and free-to-air Pick channel) and then Everton on Wednesday (6pm, BBC) in the league, followed by a home FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester United on Saturday, June 27 (5.30pm, BBC).

The only other confirmed fixture was the trip to Arsenal on Wednesday, July 1 (6pm, BT Sport) but now three further games have been confirmed.

Daniel Farke’s team will host Brighton on Saturday, July 4 in a 12.30pm kick-off to be shown live by BT Sport.

They then take on another survival rival when they head to Watford on Tuesday, July 7 for a 6pm match at Vicarage Road (Sky Sports and Pick).


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That will be followed by another 12.30pm home game against another lowly side when West Ham arrive at Carrow Road on Saturday, July 11 (BT Sport).

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That leaves a trip to Chelsea and a home game against Burnley as the unconfirmed games. The trip to Manchester City will be on Sunday, July 26, as final fixtures of the season are all played on the same day, but kick-off times are yet to be announced.

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- You can follow all the action with our Canaries correspondents as usual, with updates before, during and after games in our Matchday Live blog, as well as a match report and full analysis and reaction after the final whistle - all at pinkun.com.

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