Norwich City beat Middlesbrough by 2-0 in the championship playoff final at Wembley today, goals from Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond in the first 15 minutes were enough to send Norwich back to Premier League for the 2015-16 season
Cameron Jerome Goal Video
Nathan Redmond Goal Video
Johnson hit cross bar:
Middlesbrough vs Norwich City
Championship Play-Off Final 2015
Date: Friday, 25 May 2015 – Time: 03:00 PM Uk time
Channels: SkySports 1 HD
[ Live stream links should be available 1 hour before the start of the match ]
The biggest match this weekend, Middlesbrough vs Norwich City for a place in the English Premier League next season. The playoff final will be played on monday, 25 May 2015 at around 03:00 PM Uk time.
Middlesbrough will be taking on Norwich City in the championship playoff final where the winner will be promoted to the English Premier League the top division in England. There won’t be a bigger game than this upcoming weekend and the match is scheduled to take place on monday night football 25 May 2015 at around 03:00 PM uk time in Wembley london. The match will be broadcasted live on SkySports 1 HD in the United Kingdom and if you are abroad you can always tune in here to get the free live streaming of the match.
Nowich City vs Middlesbrough Preview:
Aitor Karanka’s Middlesbrough saw off Brentford in the playoff semifinals and made it to the big playoff final where they have a great chance of making it back in the premier league after so much time. Middlesbrough has already beaten Norwich City twice in the championship league matche earlier in the season and after their massive 5-1 aggregate win over Brentford they will be slight favorites for the final.
Norwich City on the other hand were relegated last season from Premier League but they managed to hold on to their same squad for the championship which means they have big match experienced which could be vital in the final. There is alot at stake in terms of financial rewards because Premier League signed a new 3 year domestic deal worth over 5billion GBP which means minimum yearly earnings of every premier league club from 2016-17 season will be around 100 million GBP. Norwich City defeated Ipswich Town in the semifinal after hard fought double header.