D Stockdale (18 og, 39 og)
Norwich vs Brighton
Sky Bet Ch'ship
7:45pm Friday 21st April
WATCH: NORWICH 2-0 BRIGHTON
NORWICH 2-0 BRIGHTON
FT: And that's that! Norwich have remarkably won this match by two goals without having a single shot on target.
Brighton goalkeeper David Stockdale's two first half own goals are enough to separate the sides tonight.
Brighton will have to wait a little longer to claim the Sky Bet Championship title.
90+2: Norwich are happy to play the ball about in midfield as we enter the final minute of extra-time.
90: There will be three minutes of added time at the end of the second-half.
89: Hemed gets his first chance to run at the home defence but Howson gets back brilliantly to nick the ball away from the Israel international just as he was shaping to shoot.
87: March looks to create a yard of space for himself on the edge of the box but his weak shot strikes the legs of his team-mate Akpom, who is signalled for offside.
88: SUB! Man-of-the-match Pritchard is taken off by Alan Irvine to another standing ovation. Maddison comes on for the final few minutes.
NORWICH 2-0 BRIGHTON
85: SUB! Josh Murphy has had a brilliant game for the home side. He eventually leaves the field to a standing ovation from the Carrow Road crowd. Wes Hoolahan comes on in his place.
82: SUB! Glenn Murray leaves the field for Chuba Akpom as Chris Hughton makes his final change of the match.
80: Pritchard has been brilliant today - winning the ball in midfield and consistently providing an attacking threat. He takes possession off Murray and looks to get the hosts on the front foot again but his long ball to Murphy is cut out.
The youngster receives possession shortly afterwards and is promptly taken out by Bruno for a Norwich free-kick.
76: Murray has cut a frustrated figure up front for Brighton at times tonight. He tries his luck from an acute angle but his rasping drive sails harmlessly wide of the post to jeers from the home fans.
73: Brighton captain Bruno is penalised for a foul on Pritchard after lunging in for the ball. He doesn't like the decision and lets the referee know in no uncertain terms. He just gets a talking-to, however, and somehow escapes without a yellow card.
71: Very little has gone right for the visitors tonight. Another free-kick sails harmlessly behind for a goal-kick but that does nothing to dampen the spirits of the away fans, who have not stopped singing all night.
Seagulls striker Murray tries his luck from long-range but it's easy for Ruddy, who claims at the first attempt.
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70: Howson picks up a loose ball in midfield and looks to play in Murphy at the first opportunity. The Norwich youngster almost gets onto the end of the through ball but Dunk gets his foot in and Stockdale clears downfield.
66: CHANCE! Pritchard shows great feet in the middle of the park - beating his man with a neat turn. He plays an early forward ball towards Oliveira, who is taken out by Dunk before he can receive possession.
The referee plays advantage but Murphy can only fire his shot straight into the legs of Hunemeier and out for a corner, which comes to nothing.
65: Norwich are dropping deeper and deeper and can't seem to get the ball clear at the moment. Naismith gives the ball away cheaply in midfield to groans from the home support. You sense a Brighton goal could be on its way...
62: SUBS! Dale Stephens and Tomer Hemed replace Oliver Norwood and Anthony Knockaert respectively, as Chris Hughton looks to find a route back into the match.
59: Pocognoli lines up a free-kick from 25 yards out but he puts too much on it and it sails harmlessly over Ruddy's bar.
56: CHANCE! Best move of the match for the visitors. March plays a lovely ball down the wing for Murphy to chase and the Brighton man does brilliantly to get to it first ahead of Pinto.
He looks up and plays the perfect ball across the six-yard box but Murray is on his heels and can't reach it in time.
57: OFF THE LINE! Brighton have come right back into this in the last few minutes. The Seagulls win another corner on the right. It's floated towards the back post, where Murray is able to direct his header back towards goal.
It doesn't quite have enough on it to beat the Norwich defence, and Martin is able to hack the ball clear.
52: CHANCE! Brighton are all over the place right now. March wins a corner but his near-post delivery is cleared and Norwich look to break with pace.
Murphy takes it a long way, waits to play the final ball but he puts too much on it and pushes Pritchard out wide.
The former Tottenham man attempts to play it back into the centre of the box but the delivery is easy for Dunk to clear.
51: At least the Brighton fans can see the funny side of things. Chants of 'David Stockdale, he scores when he wants' go up from the visiting end.
50: Norwood almost gets himself into trouble acting as the last man in the Brighton defence. He quickly recovers his composure and plays the ball back to Stockdale, who is subjected to a barrage of jeers from the home support. He couldn't score another, could he?
46: NO PENALTY! Murphy races through on goal after latching onto a ball over the top of the Brighton defence. He cuts back and appears to have his feet taken from beneath him by Dunk.
However, the referee waves away the appeals after the Norwich youngster gets straight back to his feet.
That looked like a clear penalty, perhaps he was a bit too honest.
46: We're back underway at Carrow Road, can Brighton find a way back into the match?
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WATCH: STOCKDALE'S TWO OWN GOALS
HT: No further chances in the half and that's that, much to the relief of David Stockdale, Chris Hughton and Brighton.
Norwich have not had a single attempt on target but they lead by two goals, thanks to a brace of own-goals from the unlucky Stockdale. I wonder what the odds are on an unwanted hat-trick for the Seagulls goalkeeper?
Brighton now need to score three goals in order to secure the Championship title this evening.
45: There will be two minutes of added time at Carrow Road.
43: Brighton are trying to respond but it's all a bit hopeful at the moment. Another long ball into the box is easily cleared by Bennett.
GOAL! NORWICH 2-0 BRIGHTON (Stockdale OG, 39)
Norwich double their lead and it's a carbon-copy of the first! Pritchard picks the ball on the edge of the box and curls a brilliant effort past Stockdale.
The ball strikes the right-hand post and, once again, hits the Brighton goalkeeper on the back and rolls into the net. Deja Vu!
Norwich have had absolutely no shots on target and they're now 2-0 up. Incredible.
NORWICH 1-0 BRIGHTON
37: Knockaert finally finds himself in a one-on-one situation with Dijks and he almost takes full advantage. The Frenchman beats his man with a neat step-over but his low cross is well cleared by Bennett at the near post.
38: NO PENALTY! Brighton appeal for a penalty after Murphy is felled inside the area but referee Tim Robinson waves away the appeals.
NORWICH 1-0 BRIGHTON
36: Murphy is caught offside and another Brighton attack comes to a premature end. The visiting fans are in fine voice but their side have been second best.
Oliveira looks to have won another promising free-kick for Norwich but he is instead penalised for a handball after clutching the ball on his way down to the turf.
34: Pritchard is really pulling the strings in midfield for Norwich. He almost gets another chance to shoot on the edge of the box but Norwood manages to get his toe to the ball to take it away from his opponent. Everything is still coming from the home side.
30: Brighton have been disappointing so far this evening and Stockdale sums up the away side's performance by kicking the ball straight out for a throw under absolutely no pressure.
Chris Hughton doesn't look happy on the touchline.
27: March takes the ball off the toes of Murphy and wins a corner on the left after seeing his cross deflected behind. The first delivery is cleared but it falls back to the feet of Norwood, who swings in a delightful near post cross.
Hunemeier gets in front of his man and glances a header towards goal but Ruddy gets his body in the way and the ball is eventually cleared for another throw.
It's now an enhanced 7/1 for Norwich to win the game 2-1, with 9/4 on offer for Brighton to get on the scoresheet before half-time. Knockaert is 10/1 to score the next goal of the game.
26: Norwich give the ball away cheaply and Knockaert almost finds himself through on goal. However, Martin gets across to clear the danger for a throw.
22: Norwich have certainly been the better team in the opening stages. They've dominated play since breaking the deadlock - Brighton have struggled to get into the game.
The home side win yet another free-kick after Norwood fouls Pritchard. Chris Hughton has work to do.
WATCH: STOCKDALE'S OWN GOAL
20: YELLOW! Knockaert and Dorrans both go into the referee's book for an off the ball incident in the build-up to the goal.
GOAL! NORWICH 1-0 BRIGHTON (Stockdale OG, 18)
Brighton need to win this game in order to claim the title and they'll now have to score two goals tonight after Norwich take a shock lead.
Murphy creates something out of nothing - cutting in from the right wing and stumbling through two challenges before laying the ball off to Pritchard on the edge of the box.
He looks up and fires a superb shot towards goal which cannons back off the bar - onto Stockdale's back - and then back over the line.
NORWICH 0-0 BRIGHTON
16: Murray and Pinto get into a bit of bother with each other after the ball gets stuck under the body of the Norwich full-back. Murray attempts to kick the ball from under him, misses and a small scuffle ensues. The players themselves get straight on with game afterwards. No need for any cards.
NORWICH 0-0 BRIGHTON
14: Bruno miscues a back-pass to Stockdale and the Brighton goakeeper can only sky his clearance straight up in the air. Norwich fail to take advantage, however, after Murphy is penalised for a foul.
10: Bruno and Knockaert combine well to get the Frenchman free down the right. The ball comes into Murphy, who holds it up well in the box before winning a corner off Bennett.
11: Hunemeier gets his head to the resulting back post delivery but Ruddy claims the defender's tame effort at the first time of asking.
8: Murray makes a nuisance of himself - chasing down a hopeful long ball which appeared to be going out for a throw. However, the experienced striker ruins his good work by needlessly fouling Dijks deep inside Norwich's half.
6: CHANCE! Pocognoli beats his man on the left-hand side and delivers a floated cross towards the back post. March gets up above his defender but can only direct a header over the bar from eight yards out.
4: Norwich win a free-kick in a promising position after Naismith is fouled from behind by Poconoli.
3: A cagey opening here as both sides try to suss each other out. Murphy tries to get a cross in from the right hand side but he miscues his delivery and Norwich are awarded a goal kick.
1: We're underway! Norwich get us underway, kicking right to left in their familiar yellow and green strip. Brighton line-up in their traditionally blue and white stripes.
FANS HOLD A MINUTE'S APPLAUSE
The two teams are now out on the pitch and are preparing to hold a minute's applause for former England international Ugo Ehiogu, who tragically passed away earlier today.
The whole of Carrow Road rises in appreciation of the defender, while chants of 'Ugo, Ugo' break out around the ground.