Spurs will be looking to clinch Champions League qualification on Sunday when they travel to Carrow Road to face a Norwich side that have nothing left to play for in their final Premier League game of 2022.
The Canaries have been down and out for a while, with their relegation fate sealed last month when there were four games left to play. Dean Smith’s side would need to win to avoid finishing rock-bottom, but that seems unlikely, with Norwich losing five of their last six as their season peters out.
Spurs are in the driving seat heading into the final game in the race for the top four, sitting two points clear of Arsenal. Antonio Conte’s side can confirm their finish above their North London rivals with a point but will want to finish the season in style.
Harry Kane loves to play against the team he spent the 2012 season on loan at, scoring five goals and grabbing an assist in the four games he’s played against the Canaries.