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Watch Live, Stream: Liverpool-Chelsea, Sunderland-Everton, Norwich-Watford

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Three huge Premier League games are coming your way on Wednesday, with so much on the line at the bottom of the table ahead of the finale this Sunday.

Liverpool host Chelsea as Jurgen Klopp‘s side aim to boost their top six hopes, while Sunderland know a win against Everton would mean they will be safe from relegation. Norwich must beat Watford to have any chance of staying up.

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So, here is your one-stop streaming shop for every PL game on Wednesday.

Liverpool vs. Chelsea – (Wednesday, 3 p.m. ET, NBCSN) –  [STREAM]

Sunderland vs. Everton – (Wednesday, 2:45 p.m. ET, NBCSN) –  [STREAM]

Norwich City vs. Watford – (Wednesday, 2:45 p.m. ET, NBCSN) –  [STREAM]

Crystal Palace 1-0 Norwich: Eagles secure first win of 2016

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Crystal Palace beat Norwich City 1-0 at Selhurst Park on Saturday as the Eagles finally secured their first win of 2016 in the Premier League.

The game winning moment arrived in the second half as Jason Puncheon curled in the winner, but Norwich had plenty of chances to score in an end-to-end game in south London.

With the win Alan Pardew‘s side move to 37 points, while Alex Neil‘s Norwich remain just outside the bottom three on 31 points.

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Palace started brightly with Yannick Bolasie racing down the wing and his cross couldn’t quite find Dwight Gayle, then Puncheon missed an absolute sitter.

Norwich started decently but all of the big chances were falling to Palace.

Dieurmerci Mbokani blocked Yohan Cabaye‘s goalbound effort amid plenty of bodies in the box as the Canaries were hanging on.

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Norwich felt they should have had a penalty kick as Matt Jarvis latched onto a loose ball in the box and collided with Damien Delaney but referee Michael Oliver waved away the calls.

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In the second half Palace started well and should’ve been ahead as a corner was flapped at by John Ruddy under pressure from Mile Jedinak but Scott Dann somehow fired over the bar at the back post.

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Palace finally took the lead in the 68th minute as Puncheon cut inside and curled home into the bottom corner. 1-0.

Moments later Wayne Hennessey saved superbly from Ryan Bennett‘s free kick and Robbie Brady‘s shot was blocked brilliantly by Pape Souare.

Wilfried Zaha had a drilled shot saved by Ruddy as the game opened up late on, with Yannick Bolasie having a shot cleared off the line by Jonny Howson.

Norwich pushed for an equalizer late on with Bennett again going close, but they couldn’t find one as Alex Neil’s side lost for the first time in four games.

Bournemouth 3-0 Norwich: Cherries crush Canaries

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  • Afobe scores first PL goal
  • Daniels, Gosling made it 2-0
  • Cherries leap above Canaries

Bournemouth comfortably dispatched a lackluster Norwich City side 3-0 at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday with Eddie Howe‘s men dominating from start to finish.

Dan Gosling headed home in the first half and Charlie Daniels stroked home a penalty kick to make it 2-0 before new signing Benik Afobe notched his first goal for the club and completed the scoring.

With the win the Cherries leap above Norwich and move on to 24 points, while the Canaries still have 23 points after back-to-back defeats.

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Bournemouth dominated the early proceedings with Afobe going close and the Cherries took a deserved lead in the 10th minute following terrific build-up play.

A flowing move on the left ended with Marc Pugh cutting inside and floating in a teasing cross that Gosling headed home. 1-0.

The Cherries should have had a penalty kick when Daniels surged in to the box and Russell Martin looked to have clearly hauled him down with both hands but no PK was awarded.

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Bournemouth dominated the first half and Harry Arter‘s through ball found Afobe on the edge of the box and goalkeeper Declan Rudd took him out. Amid cries of a red card from the home fans, referee Bobby Madley booked Rudd with two Norwich defenders covering.

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After pushing hard with at the start of the second half, Bournemouth deservedly doubled their lead after winning a penalty. Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe grabbed Pugh as he rushed into the box and Daniels hammered home the spot kick off the post and in. 2-0.

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The home side continued to pour forward at every opportunity and Steve Cook forced a superb stop from Rudd as he headed towards the top corner.

Late in the game the Cherries sat back and soaked up Norwich pressure and then scored a third as new signing Afobe netted his first goal for the club as he volleyed home Daniels’ superb cross. If this was a boxing match it would’ve been stopped before the hour as the Cherries cruised to a classy win.

Norwich City put 13 goals past…someone

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Norwich City found themselves relegated on the final day of the Premier League season, losing 2-0 to Arsenal. That capped off a run of seven games in which the Canaries managed just a point, in a goalless draw with Chelsea. In fact, Norwich scored in just one game in that stretch, a 3-2 loss to Liverpool.

In total, the team notched just 28 goals from 38 Premier League games last season, the lowest total in the league. So it wasn’t all that surprising to see them relegated.

It was, however, surprising to see them post a 13-0 scoreline against Italian side SC Vallee d’Aoste. Sure, Vallée d’Aoste play in Serie D, Italy’s highest level of non-professional soccer. But still…it was Norwich.

Well, Norwich really did score that many goals. But not against Vallée d’Aoste. The Canaries had been scheduled to play recently relegated side Novara, now in Italy’s third division. Novara canceled, and Norwich scrambled to find replacements. After beating the assembled side 13-0, Norwich took to the Twitter and their website to announce the win over Vallée d’Aoste.

One problem: the Italian side said they’d never played Norwich. Turned out a “regional select side” from Italy’s Aosta region had been formed to take on the Canaries.

So in reality, Norwich beat a hastily put-together side of likely amateurs 13-0. But hey, at least they can score on someone, right? Perhaps this bodes well for their time in The Championship next season.

Norwich City 0-2 Arsenal: Norwich make relegation official (video)

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Both Norwich and Arsenal had reasons to make the goals flow. If either side treated the match as simple target practice, notching eighteen or more goals, it could’ve changed their season. Arsenal may have wound up in third place. And, more vitally, Norwich could’ve saved themselves.

The dream was never realistic, but still it was expected that there might be a bit more excitement from this match. Alas, anyone watching was bound to be disappointed.

There were just four shots on target in the first half. With just five minutes gone, Nathan Redmond did make a decent attempt at goal, cutting inside to get past the Arsenal defense. But Lukasz Fabianski was up to the challenge, pushing the swerving shot out of danger.

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Wilshere returned for Arsenal as the Gunners prepare for the FA Cup final.

John Ruddy, too, had work to do. At the other end, he performed a great reaction save to make sure that Lukas Podolski was unable to score. Later, he rescued a shot from Olivier Giroud that was destined for the top corner of the Norwich net.

In the second half, however, Arsenal were finally able to break down the Canaries’ defense. Giroud, heading down the left, chipped the ball over to where Ramsey was hanging out on the right. Ramsey caught the floated cross on the volley, hammering the ball into the top corner of the net.

If Norwich weren’t already broken, that goal sure seemed to do the trick. Sure enough, less than ten minutes later the visitors had doubled their lead – and Norwich were generous enough to allow the goal to go to Carl Jenkinson. The full back tapped in from close range to score his first goal for Arsenal.

With the Gunners up 2-0, Arsène Wenger decided to have mercy on the team’s supporters and bring off Ramsey, possibly preparing to wrap him in cotton wool until next week’s FA Cup final. In his place came Jack Wilshere, getting his first appearance since early March.

Elliott Bennett, on for Nathan Redmond with fifteen minutes left to go, tried to at least give his side a consolation in extra time. Fabianski refused to play nice, however, and of the 17 goals Norwich needed, they wound up scoring exactly zero.

And so Norwich finish the day in 18th, and will spend next season in the Championship. Arsenal, meanwhile, will go into Champions League qualifying, as they ultimately wind up in 4th.


Norwich City: Ruddy; Martin, R Bennett, Turner, Olsson; Tettey (Loza 58); Snodgrass, Howson, Johnson, Redmond (E Bennett 76); Elmander (Hooper 58)

Arsenal: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Sagna, Koscielny, Gibbs, Arteta, Rosicky (Diaby 74), Ramsey, Ozil, Podolski, Giroud (Sanogo 74)

Goals: Ramsey 53′; Jenkinson 62