Norwich City have been promoted back to the English top flight competition following the lack of Swansea to record points today. The Canaries are leading the Championship table with 91 points with 5 matches left to play.
They have been promoted as Swansea who are third on the table with 76 points and having only 4 matches to play, cannot surpass thir 91 points even if they win all the remaining 4 matches. That is 12+76 points equals 88 points which is below 91.
However, the Canaries will have to wait for Watford who also have not recorded points today and are on 82 points to play at least 2 more matches for them to crowned champions.
Norwich forward Teemu Pukki has been in great form throughout the season , scoring 25 goals so far and assisting other 3. He will be remembered for his heroics last season in the Premier League and the goals he scored will be remembered for ages.
Norwich take on Bournemouth today at 10 pm and should they win, they will be getting closer to the championship trophy for the 2nd year in 3 years.
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