Crystal Palace vs Norwich: how to watch, kick-off time, TV channel & live stream details

Crystal Palace welcomed Dean Smith and his team from Norwich to Selhurst Park on Tuesday afternoon in a bid to continue their good form in south London this season.

The Eagles have only lost one home game all season and since the 0-0 draw with Brentford in August they have managed to score at least once in their next eight home games.

Palace – who will likely be led by assistant manager Osian Roberts following Patrick Vieira’s positive Covid test on Christmas Day – will want to bounce back from their Boxing Day loss to Spurs to the Canaries, who are currently at the bottom of the table. the Premier League.

Norwich will also heal his wounds following his loss on Sunday after losing 5-0 at home to Arsenal to make it six games without a win for Smith’s side.

Right here, football.london walks you through all the details of the day’s coverage.

When and where?

The game will take place at Selhurst Park at 3 p.m. ET.

What are the chances?

Here are the latest Grosvenor Sport odds:

  • Crystal Palace 3/5
  • Draw 29/10
  • Norwich 24/5

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Which TV channel is it on?

This game will not be shown on any terrestrial TV channels, but you can watch a live stream provided by Amazon Prime Video.

Their coverage of the match begins at 2:30 p.m. The highlights will be broadcast during the BBC’s Match of the Day which kicks off on BBC One at 22:35.

How can I follow it?

football.london has you covered. As usual, we’ll be inside the stadium and have a live blog to follow.

The first news from the Crystal Palace team

The Eagles have had a tough week with their team affected by Covid cases and injuries. On Sunday they named seven of the possible nine substitutes, with Vicente Guaita, Nathaniel Clyne, Luka Milivojevic, James McArthur, Eberechi Eze, Michael Olise and Christian Benteke all unavailable.

Palace will be permanently deprived of Wilfried Zaha for the game against Norwich after receiving a red card on Sunday for two offenses to be booked against Spurs.

Vieira is also unlikely to be in the game. He tested positive for Covid-19 on Christmas Day, meaning Deputy Director Roberts led the team in his absence.