- Norwich City have been relegated from the Premier League in the first season back at topflight
- Daniel Farke's men were beaten 4-0 by West Ham as they have now been confirmed for the drop
- Watford boosted their chances of survival following their 2-1 win over Newcastle at Vicarage Road
Norwich City will be playing in the Championships next season after they were officially relegated from the Premier League.
The Canaries were defeated by West ham by 4-0 at Carrow Road which ended their survival hopes in staying in the English top-flight division.
Mikhail Antonio scored all four goals in the match to help the Hammers move further out of the relegation battle.
Norwich have only managed to record five wins and six draws from 35 matches all season, earning just 21 points with three games left to play.
Daniel Farke side's biggest win of the season was a 3-2 over former Premier League champions Man City at Carrow Road back in September 2019.
And Norwich have lost their last six Premier League matches on a roll as well as a quarter final FA Cup defeat to Man United on their home turf.
They are now six points behind Aston Villa who host Crystal Palace in a must-win match at Villa Park to keep their survival hopes alive.
Bournemouth who are third from the bottom will also welcome Leicester City to the Vitality Stadium in a do-or-die affair for Eddie Howie's side.
On the other hand, Watford came from behind to beat Newcastle by 2-1 to go level on points with West Ham as they are now six points clear above relegation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tony ward has achieved the unimaginable after betting £55, 000 he inherited from his family on Liverpool winning the Premier League.
The 55-year-old is a fan of Reds rivals Man United and has been waiting nervously to hit it big since the pandemic delayed footballing action since March.
And the father of three won £91,000 including the £55,000 he staked for Jurgen Klopp's side to emerge champions of England.
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