The relegation battle this season has taken a new twist, with as many as eight teams looking to maintain their Premier League status.
Norwich City have had one of the strangest seasons to date - they started off pretty horribly and then went on a run of 10 league games without defeat, which saw them climb the table.
However, a run of one win in 14 games means that Norwich are close to the relegation places. The Canaries will be hoping for points before their final day of the season match against Manchester City.
Their recent draw against Swansea City would have been disappointing - if Norwich had taken all three points then they would probably be looking up - rather than down!
Aston Villa (H)
West Brom (H)
Man City (A)
Why they will survive:
They are sitting on 35 points and would require another four or five points in the remaining six games to survive. They also have a few home games against team that are more than beatable.
Why they will go down:
If their current run of form continues then they could easily get in the thick of things. They have tricky away games, so if they don't get it right at home, they will struggle to survive. Also if they are needing a result on the final day of the season, then there are not many harder places to go than the Etihad.
Safe, home victories will keep them up.
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