Norwich City will face Aston Villa at Villa Park on Sunday in their final game of the Championship season (kick-off 12.30pm).
The Canaries go into the match on the back of securing promotion against Blackburn Rovers last Saturday, with goals from Marco Stiepermann and Mario Vrancic ensuring City will be playing Premier League football next season.
Here’s all you need to know ahead of kick-off:
Getting to the stadium
The postcode for Villa Park is B6 6HE. For directions from Carrow Road, CLICK HERE.
For fans driving to the stadium, exit the M6 at junction 6 and head towards matchday parking at Powerleague (signposted). If you head closer to the stadium then car parking priced at £5 is available at the Brookvale Road Car Park located at the junction of Tame Road (postcode is B6 7DS).
Witton station is the nearest train station to Villa Park, with regular services running to Birmingham New Street station.
Tickets are sold out for the game, with 2,800 City fans set to travel.
Meet the opposition
Aston Villa currently sit 5th in the table, six points above Middlesbrough in 7th place meaning they have already secured a play-off place.
Villa drew against Leeds United at Elland Road last time out, with Anwar El Ghazi’s red card in the second half overturned, which makes him available for Sunday’s game.
City come up against a Villa side who have lost just one of their last twelve games in the league, with their last defeat coming against West Brom on February 14 at Villa Park.
Manager Dean Smith was appointed in October 2018 after impressing the Villa hierarchy at Brentford.
Villa’s form has coincided with the return of Jack Grealish who has been a key player under Smith, with the midfielder winning nine of his last 10 Championship games.
How to follow
The match is unavailable to be watched on iFollow in the UK and Ireland as the the final round of fixtures in the Championship are not available for UK live streaming. However fans overseas can purchase a match pass for £10 to watch. To buy, click HERE.
We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.