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Summary

  1. Everton XI: Howard, Pennington, Stones, Jagielka, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Dowell, Davies, Lukaku.
  2. Norwich XI: Ruddy, Ivo Pinto, Martin, Bennett, Olsson, Redmond, O'Neil, Dorrans, Jarvis, Naismith, Jerome.

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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FULL-TIME - Everton 3-0 Norwich

They might not have a manager but Everton end the season with an easy win as Norwich head for the Championship well beaten.

Many thanks for your company. Read a match report of today's game from Goodison on the BBC Sport website.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Two minutes additional time 

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Alex Neil has his arms crossed in the Norwich dugout. He doesn't look a happy chappy. His Norwich side have gone down without a fight on Merseyside.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Robert Brady in action
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Five minutes remaining. Everton's poor season is ending with an easy win.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Comedy moment as Leighton Baines slips as he runs up to take a free-kick. Cheers from the home fans and a smiling Baines responds by bowing to the crowd. 

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Great run by substitute Ross Barkley from his own half as he evades several challenges before getting his shot away and forcing John Ruddy to save. 

Everton are not finished here. 

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Steven Naismith attempts to embarrass his former team-mate Tim Howard, who has the ball at his feet in the penalty area. It's Howard who has the last laugh though as he coolly dispatches the ball after leaving Naismith chasing shadows. 

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Norwich change - Wes Hoolahan will play the final few minutes of the season in place of Matt Jarvis.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Kieran Dowell is substituted
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Standing ovation for 18-year-old Kieran Dowell as he is replaced by Ross Barkley. He'll remember that for years to come.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Kieran Dowell and Tom Davies have been very good for Everton. It's been a poor season for the Toffees but the future looks bright as far as these two teenagers are concerned.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Out of nowhere comes a Norwich chance and Tim Howard makes a fine block to deny Robbie Brady from close range.

It leads to a corner which Cameron Jerome heads narrowly over. Too little too late for the Canaries.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Tim Howard of Everton
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Tim Howard has hardly had a save to make in what is his 414th and final Everton appearance. The 37-year-old has been seriously under-worked. Not that he is complaining.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Everton are completely in control. The season cannot end soon enough for Norwich, who are half an hour away from a 22nd top-flight defeat of the season. 

Everton 3-0 Norwich

Changes from both sides.

Sebastien Bassong is on for Norwich in place of Ryan Bennett while Aaron Lennon has replaced goalscorer James McCarthy.

Everton 3-0 Norwich

There's something of a carnival atmosphere at Goodison. And why not? The post-Martinez era has started well. Everton wanted to reward their fans with a fine performance and they have delivered.

GOAL - Everton 3-0 Norwich

Kevin Mirallas

Kevin Mirallas scores
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That's surely the end of Norwich.

A super flowing move involving teenagers Tom Davies and Kieran Dowell ends in Kevin Mirallas tapping home from six yards.

KICK-OFF

Everton 2-0 Norwich

The last 45 minutes of action at Goodison Park in 2015-16 is under way.

16 - Leighton Baines has scored 16 of the 17 Premier League penalties he has taken. Effective.

HALF-TIME - Everton 2-0 Norwich

Everton 2-0 Norwich

This is a dreamland scenario for Everton fans. They have only seen their side win five Premier League games at Goodison Park this season prior to this.

GOAL - Everton 2-0 Norwich

Leighton Baines

Leighton Baines scores
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Textbook spot-kick by Leighton Baines. Norwich look a beaten side.

PENALTY TO EVERTON

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Having waved away Norwich pleas for a penalty earlier, Lee Mason points to the spot as Romelu Lukaku goes down after being pulled by Robbie Brady. 

CLOSE!

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Huge chance for Norwich to equalise but Matt Jarvis can't keep his composure and the ball finds Row Z.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Norwich shouts for a penalty as the ball flies up and hits Tom Davies, who is standing in front of the net, on the arm. Referee Lee Mason is not interested.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Norwich have actually enjoyed slightly more possession than Everton but it is the hosts who have had more shots - eight to Norwich's three.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Norwich are by no means out of this. And just to prove the point Nathan Redmond cuts inside before unleashing a shot which flies high over Tim Howard's bar.

CLOSE!

Everton 1-0 Norwich

A great chance for Everton made in Belgium.

Romelu Lukaku feeds Kevin Mirallas with a delicious threaded pass which leaves him clean through on goal but he can't find the target and instead hits the side netting.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Everton coach David Unsworth looks on
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Another early substitution. This time Everton's Matthew Pennington is unable to continue because of a knock and his replacement is 19-year-old Jonjoe Kenny.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Everton started today 12th but McCarthy's goal has lifted them one place to 11th in the 'as it stands' table.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

Norwich are living dangerously and they are fortunate not to be 2-0 down as Romelu Lukaku heads another chance over the bar from Kevin Mirallas' cross.

Everton 1-0 Norwich

That was an exceptional finish by Jame McCarthy and Everton's fans showed their appreciation with a standing ovation for the former Wigan midfielder.

Smiles in the home dugout at Goodison. There haven't been many of those this season.

GOAL - Everton 1-0 Norwich

James McCarthy

James McCarthy celebrates
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Late, late goal of the season contender James McCarthy.

A tremendous run by young midfielder Kieran Dowell ends in McCarthy lashing home from 20 yards.

John Ruddy is left grasping at thin air as the ball whistles past him and gives Everton a deserved lead.

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Gareth Barry of Everton and Gary O'Neil on Norwich in action
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Encouraging signs from young Everton defender Tom Davies. 

Bright and creative, he wins his side a free-kick just outside the Norwich area after being caught by Gary O'Neil. 

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Romelu Lukaku is determined to end the season with a goal.

The powerful Belgian forward is thwarted by a fine double save by John Ruddy after creating space for himself.

Good to see both teams going for this. This is unlikely to end goalless.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Martin Olsson of Norwich leaves the pitch
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Martin Olsson's season is over. The Norwich player is replaced by Robbie Brady after taking a knock.

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Norwich aren't here to make up the numbers.

Ivo Pinto delivers a fine low cross into the penalty area and Phil Jagielka almost stabs it into his own net.

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Tom Davies of Everton in action
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Bright start by the hosts, who are playing a 4-3-3 formation. 

Lots of handshakes and pats on the back for Steven Naismith in the tunnel before kick-off. The Norwich players has yet to see much action as Everton probe the Canaries defence.

Everton 0-0 Norwich

Early chance for the Toffees as Romelu Lukaku gets behind the Norwich defence and tests John Ruddy. Just the start Joe Royle and David Unsworth demanded.

KICK-OFF

Everton 0-0 Norwich (15:00 BST)

Roberto Martinez's departure means there are no sign of any banners or protests which have become a regular feature at home games in recent weeks.

We're under way for the last time in 2015/16 at Goodison Park.