Liverpool are in no danger of failing to win their first Premier League title.
The Reds (24-1-0; 73 points) are 22 points clear of second-place Manchester City atop the table, and they haven't lost a match in any competition since Sept. 17. Norwich City (4-6-15; 18 points) have the misfortune of playing Liverpool next, all while the last-place Canaries are falling closer and closer to relegation.
It barely gets easier for Norwich after Saturday's match at Carrow Road, either. The Canaries will play Wolverhampton Wanderers (seventh place, as of this writing), Leicester City (third), Sheffield United (fifth), Southampton (13th) and Everton (eighth) before the end of March. Norwich is in the unenviable position of needing to end Liverpool's march to history in the hopes of staying up.
Good luck to Teemu Pukki and co., because they're gonna need it.
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Here's how to watch Saturday's Norwich City-Liverpool match online and on TV.
When: Saturday, Feb. 15 at 9:30 a.m. PT/12:30 p.m. PT.
Live stream: NBC Sports
With the end of the winter transfer window looming, every Tottenham Hotspur (8-7-8; 31 points) match could be Christian Eriksen's last.
Spurs manager José Mourinho confirmed the Danish midfielder will be in the squad Wednesday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against Norwich City (4-5-14; 17 points), but how much longer is anyone's guess. Eriksen has been linked to a move with Inter Milan, and the club's sporting director said Monday that the Italian giants have submitted a bid. Eriksen reportedly turned down a contract extension with Spurs earlier this season, and the clock is ticking on Tottenham's ability to get any kind of transfer fee for him, as his contract is set to run out this summer.
Norwich frustrated Tottenham in a 2-2 draw at Carrow Road on Dec. 28, twice taking the lead over Spurs. The Canaries got a big boost in their quest to avoid relegation Saturday, beating fellow cellar-dwellers Bournemouth at Carrow Road. They're still six points from safety, though, so Wednesday's match firmly is in must-win territory.
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Here's how to watch Wednesday's Tottenham Hotspur-Norwich City match exclusively streaming on NBC Sports Gold.
When: Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 2:30 p.m. ET/11:30 a.m. PT
Stream: NBC Sports Gold
You can also watch Leicester City-West Ham streaming exclusively on NBC Sports Gold during that window.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, or so the saying goes. But AFC Bournemouth defender Steve Cook pushed cliché to its extreme outer limit Saturday, potentially costing the Cherries in their Premier League relegation fight during a 1-0 loss to Norwich City.
Canaries striker Teemu Pukki was in on goal in the 31st minute at Carrow Road, and Ondrej Duda attempted to score on the ensuing rebound. Bournemouth keeper Aaron Ramsdale was off his line, so Cook desperately stretched his left hand to push Duda's shot off the near post.
Were it legal, it just might have been the save of the season.
Of course, such a play is decidedly illegal, and Cook was sent off with a red card. His attempt to save a goal cost Bournemouth a player, and proved to be a moot point: Pukki buried the ensuing penalty.
Bournemouth and Norwich, respectively sitting 19th and 20th in the Premier League table, both needed wins Saturday as they try to avoid relegation. Cook staying on wouldn't have guaranteed a Cherries comeback, but it did effectively guarantee his side would drop points against the Canaries.
A 1-0 deficit against the Premier League's leakiest defense would have been far more manageable for Bournemouth with 11 men on the pitch. But just as they will for the remainder of the season in hopes of staying up, the Cherries instead faced a difficult uphill climb.