Tottenham will aim to rubber stamp their return to the Champions League next season when they travel to face Norwich on the final day in the Premier League.
Arsenal's 2-0 defeat at Newcastle on Monday evening means Antonio Conte's side only need to avoid defeat at Carrow Road to seal their first top four finish since the 2018/19 campaign - assuming Arsenal don't beat Everton by 16 goals.
Norwich, on the other hand, are staring at life in the Championship next term, although they could write themselves into Arsenal folklore were they to pull off an improbable victory this weekend.
Here's everything you need to know about the game.
How to watch Norwich vs Tottenham on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Sunday 22 May, 16:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Carrow Road
TV channel/live stream? BBC Final Score*/BT Sport Score* (UK), Peacock Premium (US), DAZN (Canada)
Highlights? Sky Sports Football YouTube channel, BBC Match of the Day
Referee? Chris Kavanagh
VAR? Andy Madley
*studio updates only
Norwich team news
Dean Smith confirmed Mathias Normann is fit and available for the visit of Spurs after the Norwegian is limped off against Wolves last weekend.
Elsewhere, the Canaries are set to be without Billy Gilmour and Ben Gibson, with Adam Idah, Kenny McLean, Josh Sargent and Ozan Kabak having also all had their seasons ended early due to injury.
Norwich have also confirmed that this will be Lukas Rupp's final game for the club, with his contract up in a few weeks.
Tottenham team news
Conte has played down fears of a food poisoning outbreak out the club, insisting that Harry Kane's sickness bug is nowhere near serious enough to keep him out of action.
However, there will be no sign of Cristian Romero after it was confirmed last week that he will not recover from his hip injury in time to feature.
The Argentine joins Oliver Skipp, Matt Doherty, Sergio Reguilon and Japhet Tanganga in the treatment room.
Norwich vs Tottenham score prediction
Spurs could not have asked for a more obliging fixture on the final day with Champions League qualification within their grasp. Norwich, after all, have won just three games at Carrow Road all season.
Kane and Son Heung-min are in particularly devastating form for Spurs, with the latter also in contention to take home the Golden Boot after a prolific season in front of goal.
Conte's men will have to keep their heads with so much at stake but, once they get the first goal, expect more to follow.
Prediction: Norwich 0-3 Tottenham