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Manchester City host Norwich at the Etihad on Sunday afternoon in their final match of the season. For Norwich, it will be their last game as a Premier League side for at least a season as The Canaries are confirmed to be relegated after picking up just 21 points this season.
Norwich finishing bottom and City in 2nd place is guaranteed regardless of Sunday’s result but both teams will be looking to end the season with a win. However, following 10 straight defeats in all competitions, it’s hard to see Norwich getting anything from this game; especially since Daniel Farke’s side haven’t been able to beat City on their last 7 attempts. Therefore, it’s not surprising to see City as favourites for the win on Sunday at such short odds.
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