Last Updated: 23/02/14 6:07pm
That's a massive result for Chris Hughton's Canaries - and also Liverpool, who now lead fifth-placed Spurs by six points. Norwich are up to 14th in the Premier League table on 28 points, four points clear of the relegation zone.
That's full-time, and it's Norwich 1 Tottenham 0, with Robert Snodgrass the goal-scoring hero for Chris Hughton's hosts.
Dembele wins a corner which Chadli delivers - and we've got three minutes of stoppage time at Carrow Road.
Naughton's cross is easily caught by Ruddy, who has been immense for the hosts. Into the dying minutes now.
Great unselfish play by Hooper, who pulls the back to Tettey with the goal at his mercy, but fails to get any contact on an attempted backheel and the chance goes begging.
Two stunning saves from Lloris, who first tips Johnson's thunderbolt free-kick onto the crossbar, then gets up quickly to deny Redmond from close range.
Johnson and Hooper combine to set up Snograss, who scoops a shot high over the crossbar. Norwich then win a free-kick in Snodgrass territory as it's 25 yards out.
Dembele threads a pass to Chadli, who has a sight of goal but his low left-footed shot is superbly saved by Ruddy.
Snodgrass sends the resulting free-kick over the wall from 25 yards - but Lloris has it covered and the ball flies inches wide.
Spurs are finding it hard to find a way through a solid Norwich backline - and Vertonghen sees yellow for a foul on Hooper.
Redmond goes on a great run down the right and is brought to a halt by Dembele. Snodgrass delivers a free-kick which is well cleared by Vertonghen.
Norwich are looking to slow the game down whenever they can, and Adebayor gets frustrated and gives away a free-kick.
Adebayor tries to find his strike partner Soldado but overhits his throughball to Ruddy - nice idea though.
Chadli's cross into the box is headed away for a corner by Yobo. Naughton delivers but fails to miss the first defender.
Van Wolfswinkel gets a standing ovation after putting a real shift in. He comes off to be replaced by Hooper, who has 18 minutes to impress his former team, who released him.
This would be a huge win for Norwich if they can hang on. They'd move up to 14th in the Premier League table.
Lennon is looking dangerous every time he gets the ball and feeds Chadli, who crosses for Adebayor who can only steer his header wide of the target.
Lennon sends in a superb cross which finds Soldado, who steers a good headed chance just wide of the upright.
Soldado is involved straightaway. Adebayor sets him up perfectly but the Spanish striker fires a fierce effort into the sidenetting. Should have at least hit the target.
The noise and quality levels have gone up a notch and Adebayor is starting to look dangerous put a heavy touch lets him down again.
Adebayor breaks through on goal after a mistake by Bassong but one of his touches is too heavy and Ruddy bravely comes out to block. Snodgrass then lets fly from 20 yards with his left foot and stings the palms of Lloris, who saves well.
Redmond does well to create a shooting chance from 20 yards, but slices it terribly and it goes out for a throw-in.
There's an added confidence to Norwich's play now, so I think Sherwood needs to do something with his subs to try and change the momentum of the game.
Snodgrass is having a cracking game for the hosts and breaks up a Spurs move. Fer shows us some fancy footwork.
Spurs have Kane, Soldado and Townsend as attacking options from the bench. They're having a spell of possession but need some more cutting edge.
Sherwood is pacing the sidelines now and clapping away trying to rally his troops. He must be thinking about a change soon.
That should open the game up - and awake Spurs from their slumbers. Norwich's last win was a 1-0 victory over Hull.
Norwich 1 Spurs 0. Van Wolfswinkel wins possession on the right flank, then a fine throughball releases Snodgrass, who steers a superb left-footed strike past a diving Lloris into the bottom corner. Great finish.
Jamie Carragher: 'Tottenham may need to go to two up front - it's too easy for Norwich at the moment.'
Glenn Hoddle: 'The three players in Tottenham's midfield have got to get hold of that ball and run the game - otherwise Norwich might win this.'
So it's Norwich 0 Spurs 0 after a fairly lacklustre first half. Lots of huff and puff from the hosts, but they've not tested Lloris at all. Spurs have struggled to get any decent service to their lone striker Adebayor and need to be more adventurous in the second half if they want to bank all three points.
Norwich win a free-kick, which Snodgrass delivers well and Lloris palms the ball away for a corner, which Dembele heads away.
Lennon does well to get past Olsson but the Norwich left-back is quick and recovers well to win possession back. We've got one minute of added time.
Deary me. Adebayor is caught offside and is dropping deep to try and get involved in the play. He needs more support after the break.
Spurs are lacking any real width to utilise on the right flank - and Vertonghen bemoans a lack of movement in front of him.
Chadli's cross into the box is cleared then Snodgrass leads a counter-attack which is broken down well by Lennon.
Norwich look neat and tidy in possession but really are quite toothless up front, where they're lacking in confidence.
Van Wolswinkel latches on to a mistake by Dawson but dwells on the ball for too long and eventually loses possession.
Great delivery from Snodgrass, who then sends in another cross into the box which falls to Bassong at the far post. He tries an acrobatic attempt but fails to connect with the ball.
So half an hour has gone and there is very little to report if you're just joining us. Norwich need to perhaps be a bit more adventurous and commit some more players forward.
Snodgrass has a shot blocked after referee Craig Pawson lets the game flow nicely. Norwich building up some pressure now.
Tettey has a crack from 20 yards, but has clearly been watching the Six Nations this weekend, as it flys high and wide.
Olsson, who has been impressive down the left flank, pulls a great cross into the box but it just eludes Fer, who was cocking the hammer.
Speaking of which, Paulinho curls a 16-yard shot just over the crossbar, with Ruddy happy to see it sail off target.
I must add, however, that Spurs have several match-winners in their ranks who can produce a moment of magic.
Spurs are understandably looking quite 'leggy' after their long European trek in midweek. Big chance for Norwich this.
Both teams are struggling to get their lone striker involved, with the Norwich full-backs offering most threat for the hosts at present.
Lennon does well to create some space on the right but sends his cross over all the Spurs players waiting in the box.
Dembele is starting to dictate things for Spurs and linked up well with Lennon and Adebayor - but Norwich are defending well.
Martin sends Lennon tumbling to the ground on the left flank. Sums up a fairly scrappy start to proceedings here.
Capoue played in the Ukraine in midweek so that might be a factor - doesn't look too serious though. Dembele moves into a more central role.
Johnson tries to get Olsson going down the left flank but slightly overhits his pass for a goal kick.
I don't think we'll have another seven-goal thriller like at Anfield. Both teams playing very compact football so little room for manoeuvre.
A good spell of possession for Norwich ends with a long punt forward which goes out for a goal kick to Spurs.
Lennon threads a fine ball through to Dembele but his first touch is poor and a good opening is wasted as he was 25 yards out.
A good move from the hosts after a driving run by Fer down the middle comes to nothing after a cross to the far post.
Norwich are playing with confidence but Spurs are closing them down quickly and have forced a few errors.
Olsson wins a corner on the left flank, which is delivered by Snodgrass and falls to van Wolfswinkel, who has an attempted header and air shot but fails to test Lloris.
A lovely round of applause to celebrate the life of Sir Tom Finney - now we're about to get the game going.
Opta: Emmanuel Adebayor has scored eight goals from 13 shots on target in just 908 minutes of Premier League football this season, averaging a goal every 114 mins.
Opta: Norwich City summer signings Ricky van Wolfswinkel and Johan Elmander have produced just one goal and six shots on target between them this season, despite playing a combined tally of 1961 minutes of Premier League football.
Opta: Tottenham have won six and lost just one of their last 10 Barclays Premier League games against Norwich City.
Some Opta stats for you: None of the 63 substitutes to have played for Norwich City in the league this season have scored or assisted a goal for the Canaries.
Paul Merson is predicting a 2-1 win for Spurs: 'The fact Tim Sherwood left so many players out of his Europa League squad shows that he knows they have a real chance of getting in the top four. Nobody has mentioned them really but I think any of the current top five can still win the title. If any of the top five can put seven wins in a row together, then they will win the league - and that includes Spurs. It will be an amazing achievement if they can do that because it really should be between Man City and Chelsea when you look at the squads.'
Joe Shillinglaw says: 'I'm from Liverpool and I'm going for a 3-0 Spurs win, with Adebayor with 2 goals and a pen from Bentaleb.'
Willie Maher says: 'Neutral fan here thinking that Spurs are going to ease through this one, I'm going for 4-1. Adebayor with a hat-trick and Soldado off the bench with 1...Consolation goal by Fer.'
Stuart and Holly say: 'Spurs looking for third consecutive win in the Prem today. Me and the girlfriend confident of three points. I'm going with Dembele grabbing the first goal alongside Ade for a 2-0 win. And Holly is going for 1-0 with Ade finding the net.'
Tom Tindall from Norwich says: 'Hooper dropped for RVW, what planet is Hughton on? I'll be submitting my job application to replace him after we get hammered today.'
Chris Green from Huddersfield says: 'Tottenham to win 2-1, with Bentaleb and Adebayor scoring the goals.'
Jonny Howson makes a long-awaited return to the squad for Norwich after two months sidelined with back trouble.The midfielder takes a seat on the bench, with Canaries boss Chris Hughton starting Ricky van Wolfswinkel as his lone striker in Norwich's sole starting line-up change.Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood recalls Hugo Lloris, Aaron Lennon and Emmanuel Adebayor to the starting XI after leaving the influential trio out of the midweek Europa League 1-0 defeat to Dnipro in Ukraine.
So what are your scoreline predictions and thoughts on the game? It kicks off at 4pm and is live on Sky Sports 1HD. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can follow me on Twitter @SimonJWilkes.
Spurs: Lloris, Naughton, Dawson, Vertonghen, Rose, Capoue, Paulinho, Lennon, Bentaleb, Dembele, Adebayor. Subs: Soldado, Townsend, Chadli, Eriksen, Friedel, Fryers, Kane.
The starting XIs are in. Norwich: Ruddy, Martin, Yobo, Bassong, Olsson, Snodgrass, Tettey, Johnson, Redmond, Fer, van Wolfswinkel. Subs: Whittaker, Howson, Hooper, Pilkington, Bunn, Hoolahan, Elmander.
At the other end of the table, Norwich are nervously looking over their shoulders as they lie in 17th place, just one point above the dreaded drop zone.
A thrilling 4-3 win for Liverpool over Swansea at Anfield means Spurs now trail the Reds by six points in the race for a top-four spot.
Good afternoon and welcome to our live commentary for Super Sunday's clash between Norwich and Spurs at Carrow Road.