It finishes at the Amex between Brighton and Norwich, but both teams end their six-game losing streaks.
However, Brighton will feel that they should have won the game after having countless opportunities throughout.
With Krul in excellent form in the visitor’s goal to deny Veltman, Maupay and Mac Allister in the second half.
Norwich didn’t offer much at the other end until late when Rashica went close, and they settled for a point in the end.
Graham Potter’s team registered 31 shots on goal but only tested Tim Krul four times – it’s the most shots on goal a team has had in one Premier League game this season, along with Manchester City when they beat Leeds 7-0.
NORWICH SUBS: Angus Gunn, Kieran Dowell, Jacob Sorensen, Jonathan Tomkinson, Christoph Zimmermann, Christos Tzolis, Abu Kamara, Jonathan Rowe, Tony Springett
So, what’s next?
Both teams remain in the same positions as before the game, with Brighton in 13th, and they’ll face Arsenal next time out.
Meanwhile, Norwich is bottom, now eight points from safety, and they’ll welcome Burnley to Carrow Road next weekend.
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