Tottenham Hotspur prepare for another home game as they host Norwich City in north London this weekend.
Antonio Conte’s side clinched a 2-0 victory over Brentford on Thursday night with an own goal from Sergi Canos and an effort from Son Heung-min securing the victory.
As for Norwich, Dean Smith’s side will want to add more points to their tally after collecting eight of the last 12 available.
Getting a result in North London will be tricky, but they will certainly want to continue this series of uplifting moments.
Tottenham vs Norwich City: date and time
The Premier League clash is set to take place on Sunday 5 December at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in north London.
Kick-off is scheduled for 2 p.m. UK time.
If the results go well, a win could put Spurs in the top four.
Tottenham vs Norwich City: how to watch
The contest between Man United and Crystal Palace has not been selected for live television coverage in the UK.
However, the highlights will be available on the Sky Sports website and app shortly after the match ends and then later in the match of the day.
Updates will also be broadcast live on talkSPORT throughout the afternoon.
Tottenham v Norwich City: team news
Antonio Conte could welcome Giovani Lo Celso again for the clash with the Canaries.
However, Cristian Romero is expected to be out until the New Year due to a hamstring injury.
For Norwich, Todd Cantwell is expected to return following a fear of COVID-19, but Milot Rashica is expected to be missing.
Mathias Normann, Sam Byram and Christoph Zimmermann are all on the verge of missing out.
Tottenham v Norwich City: facts about the game
- Tottenham have won their last three Premier League home games against Norwich, more than their first six against them in the competition (W2 D2 L2).
- Two of Norwich’s three Premier League wins against Tottenham came away, with the Canaries winning at White Hart Lane in December 1993 and April 2012.
- Tottenham haven’t drawn any of their last 14 home Premier League games on a Sunday, winning 11 times and losing just three. Indeed, Spurs have won six of their last seven Premier League home games played on Sunday (L1), losing the other to Chelsea (0-3).
- After a 25-game losing streak in the Premier League in London, Norwich won their last stint in the capital in the competition (2-1 against Brentford). They won these last consecutive games in August / September 1992 – three in a row against Arsenal, Chelsea and Crystal Palace.
- Tottenham have won their first two home games in the Premier League under Antonio Conte – only Ryan Mason and Harry Redknapp have won their first three home games for the club in the competition.
- Norwich have taken eight points in their last four Premier League games (W2 D2), two more than in their previous 25 in the competition. The Canaries last enjoyed a five-game unbeaten streak in the top flight between October and December 2012 (10 games).
- Spurs forward Harry Kane has scored five goals in three Premier League games against Norwich, scoring a penalty in all three matches. No player in Premier League history has scored a penalty in four consecutive appearances against a specific opponent before.
- It will be Spurs boss Antonio Conte’s first meeting with Norwich in the Premier League. The Italian managers have won their eight games against the Canaries in the competition, the most recent being Carlo Ancelotti’s 1-0 victory over them with Everton in June 2020.
- Son Heung-min has been directly involved in more Premier League goals at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium than any other player (34 – 19 goals, 15 assists). Indeed, his last goal against Brentford was his 75th in the Premier League, as just four players scored more for the Lilywhites in the competition (Harry Kane 167, Teddy Sheringham 97, Jermain Defoe 91, Robbie Keane 91).
- Norwich’s Teemu Pukki has scored three goals in his last four Premier League games, as many as he had in his previous 24 appearances in the competition. The Finnish striker has scored 62.5% of the Canaries’ Premier League goals this season (5/8).