Last Updated: 19/05/13 5:51pm
All over at the Etihad Stadium. Poor effort by Manchester City - but a great win for Norwich thanks to Howson's stunning strike. Thanks for joining me. We'll have report and reaction shortly.
More awful defending by Lescott lets in Tettey who should finish the game off but his outside footed effort goes just wide.
Chance for Aguero but his effort is deflected wide. Milner puts in the corner but Dzeko can't find a telling touch.
Yaya Toure goes to ground in the box but looked more sinner than sinned against. Ruddy gathers to clear the danger.
Bennett burst clear down the left but his centre is picked up by Lescott who hesitates before clearing. Almost a mix up with Hart there.
A miserable afternoon for Lescott is summed up as he receives the first yellow card of the day for a cynical block on Pilkington.
Ruddy tries to be a little too clever and nearly pays the penalty but the Norwich defence scrambles clear.
Norwich back in the lead as Jonny Howson bursts clear from the halfway line and turns away from Richards before slotting it past Hart with his left foot. What a sensational goal.
Great equaliser from Rodwell who outpaced Whittaker down the left and fired it across Ruddy and into the corner. Superb work by the midfielder and a stunning finish.
Holt puts Norwich back into the lead. Superb work by Snodgrass who plays a perfect ball across the six yard box and the Canaries striker slots it home from close range.
Snodgrass goes down in the box but again referee Halsey turns away. That's the third decent penalty shout the Canaries have had.
Great ball in by Snodgrass finds the head of his former Leeds teammate Bradley Johnson but Hart pulls off a fine save to keep the score level.
That's the half-time break. Good effort by the visitors who have profited from some shocking defending by the home side who look allat sea at the back. Join me shortly for the final 45 minutes of the season.
Martin comes so close to putting the Canaries back into the lead but he can't get enough on Snodgrass' cross-shot and it goes behind. What a chance!
Hoolihan plays a teasing ball in for Holt but the striker just can't reach the centre and clear for a corner which comes to nothing.
Tevez runs at the visitors and earns a corner which Kolarov takes but Dzeko's header bounces over the bar.
Although level, Manchester City's defence is all over the place. They are missing the reassuring presence of Vincent Kompany. Lescott and Richards are struggling to find any sort of understanding.
Snodgrass free-kick is tipped over by Hart who could easily have caught the ball as it dipped. The Scottish international takes the corner left-footed but Johnson heads wide.
Rodwell equalises - and it's a sweet goal. Nasri plays in to Dzeko's feet. His lay off is perfect for the former Everton man who hammers his first goal for City beyond Ruddy. Superb response from the home side.
Pilkington puts Norwich ahead - and it's thoroughly deserved. Awful play from Yaya Toure, a powderpuff challenge from Lescott and the Canaries midfielder finishes sweetly with his left foot as he picks up the break of the ball.
Great goalline clearance by Lescott as Martin climbs high to power in a header. Norwich have come to life here and could easily have found themselves ahead.
Penalty shout for Norwich as Zabaleta ploughs into the back of Pilkington but Halsey gives a corner. The Man City skipper was fortunate to get away with that challenge. As the ball comes back in the ball appears to clip Richards' arm but again appeals for a spot-kick are waved away.
Zabaleta bursts forward but his cross is behind Tevez and Howson is able to bring the ball out of defence.
Dzeko gets across his marker to flick Nasri's cross goalbound but his header is held by Ruddy who was in the right place to deny him.
Holt does well and turns Lescott easily but fails to find the target. The Man City defender let the striker get away from him too easily there.
Kolarov comes forward and earns the home side a corner. He takes it himself but Dzeko misses his header and the Canaries are able to scramble clear.
Snodgrass eases past Lescott and has a go with his left foot but it's a tame shot and is easily gathered by Hart. That's a chance on target though.
Zabaleta on the charge but he is denied at the expense of a corner which Milner takes. He finds Dzeko but his header goes over the bar.
Bradley Johnson has a go from long range but his effort is blocked. However the visitors continue to press and force a corner which Snodgrass takes but Dzeko is able to head clear.
Holt bursts through on goal after a neat through ball by Howson but he's narrowly offside. If he's left it for Hoolihan he would have been onside and with a clear run on Joe Hart's net.
Plenty of gaps in the crowd this afternoon as Milner and Tevez combine but Ruddy comes out smartly to gather.
Just moments until kick off as Blue Moon poigniantly echoes around the stadium. Ahh memories of 12 months ago.
The teams are on their way out. Zabaleta is the Manchester City skipper this afternoon. Just the pre-match handshakes to go.
Cian has been in touch to say: 'City are obviously going to be runners up in the league, but I don't see the point in them sacking Mancini, he was class! I think Norwich could cause them a bit of trouble but City will be able to handle it, 5-1 City!'
Ian says: Greetings from a Man City fan living in exile here in Mallorca. My beloved blues will be to strong for the Canaries this afternoon. I am going for a 4-1 win to the Blues. I can see goals from Tevez, Dzeko & Rodwell.' I'll keep your fingers crossed for you, Ian
Plenty of banners supporting sacked manager Roberto Mancini around the Etihad this afternoon. What are your thoughts on the club's decision to replace him? Get in touch via email - email@example.com - or via Twitter - @skysportswebed
Manchester City caretaker boss Brian Kidd has paid tribute to sacked manager Roberto Mancini in his programme notes ahead of today's game. Kidd said: 'Naturally, the events of last week have been widely reported and debated.'Roberto and his team have achieved so much here and have provided trophies and some of the most memorable moments this club and the supporters have ever seen.'I know all at the club and all of you, the fans, are grateful for the success that he and his team helped to bring about and we all wish him the very best for what will no doubt continue to be a successful career.'Now, however, it's important that we look forward both to this game and towards an exciting summer and new season ahead.'There is a further pictorial tribute to the departed manager in the programme with images of the defining moments of his reign under the header 'The Mancini Years'.
A confident @tylerevansncfc has been in touch via Twitter and says: 'Mancini going, I can see Norwich taking this! So i think 1-0 Norwich!' Big call, Tyler.
Chris has been in touch via email and says: 'Sitting here on my sun lounger in Gran Canaria being a NCFC fan cannot see us getting much! Was at the Etihad last season for that demolition, but we held our own at home! Point would be a good effort but am still eyeing up norwich at 10/1 on sky bet... Worth a fiver?' Well it just might be, Chris, with the deposed champions winding down to the end of the campaign.
Norwich have eyes on a top-half finish and are 11/1 to beat Premier League runners-up Manchester City (1/4) on the final day. Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero are inseparable at 4/1 in the first goalscorer market, with the latter having scored four goals in three games against Norwich since his move to England.
First prediction in via Twitter from @alexbulions who says: 'I can't see a Norwich win today. I predict 3-1 to (Man) City'
Man City: Pantilimon, Clichy, Maicon, Garcia, Barry, Silva, Aguero Norwich: Bunn; Fox, E.Bennett, Becchio, Barnett, Butterfield, Tettey.
Ruddy; R.Martin, Whittaker, Johnson, Howson, Snodgrass, Holt (C), Pilkington, Hoolahan, Garrido, R.Bennett.
Hart, Zabaleta, Richards, Lescott, Kolarov, Yaya Toure, Rodwell, Milner, Tevez, Nasri, Dzeko. So no Vincent Kompany for the deposed champions today. What a contrast to the final game of the last campaign.
If you've a pre-match prediction - or even thoughts on how the season has gone for the two Cities - then get in touch via email firstname.lastname@example.org - or via Twitter - @skysportswebed
Welcome to live coverage of the final game of the Premier League season. I'll be guiding you through all the action from the Etihad. Team news to follow shortly.