MATCHDAY RECAP: City end dismal Premier League season with 5-0 defeat to Man City
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Norwich City’s season concludes with a daunting trip to the Etihad Stadium to face Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City - and our reporters will bring you all the updates, analysis and reaction from the match.
The Canaries are still searching for their first points since the restart of the Premier League last month and will hoping to finish their season with a flourish in the North West.
The Citizens will be bidding farewell to legendary Spanish playmaker David Silva, who will moving onto pastures new next season. Guardiola’s men are in search of the 100 goal landmark - they need just three goals to reach it.
Their place in the Champions League is sealed for next season - but City have the second leg of the round of 16 tie against Real Madrid to play in a fortnight.
The Canaries are already relegated but will hoping they can upset the odds to achieve an unlikely double against the six-time Premier League champions.
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Daniel Farke masterminded a 3-2 victory over Manchester City in September despite seeing his squad plagued by injury. City’s boss will be without Emi Buendia, Josip Drmic, Alex Tettey and Timm Klose for this afternoon’s game.
- You can follow all the action before, during and after the match above
- 1 Webber reveals he turned down 'massive job' to stay at City
- 2 Spurs loanee Skipp discusses his future and potential of Canaries return
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- 4 'I am really happy here' - City star Buendia not worried about speculation
- 5 'Good riddance' - Norwich fans react to European Super League plans
- 6 'Big Six' join European Super League 24 hours after City's promotion
- 7 'A wonderful season' - Praise pours in for City from legends and pundits
- 8 Six things you might have missed after City's promotion party
- 9 “It was high on Ben and it was a red card' - Giannoulis bang to rights for Woodgate
- 10 'I rate him. He's a fantastic player' - Farke open to Skipp return