Stamford Bridge sets to come alive with the top four race heating up in anticipation of the end of the season. Chelsea will be hoping to take home free points from relegated side Norwich. The match schedules for Tuesday with kickoff at 22:15 GMT.
It is spurning out to be a heated battle for a top-four finish in the Premier League even with the crowning of Liverpool as the champions. With only four matches remaining in the fixture, it is all hands-on for the Blues.
Worries for Frank Lampard came to show during their shocking 3-0 defeat to side Sheffield in their last outing. The side will benefit from the loss of Leicester City in their last outing against Bournemouth.
The Blues are currently third in the rankings with 60 points, one point ahead of Leicester and two above Man United. However, Lampard will be praying that the Cherries fend off the in-form for the Red Devils with a game in hand.
The 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Antonio marked the relegation of Norwich City from the Premier League. It has been a successful season for the side in the English Top Flight, especially given their strong start. Who could forget about the Pukki party?
Chelsea vs. Norwich City Head to Head
Both sides have 12 games against each other with Chelsea taking home nine wins. Norwich City has never won a game against the Blues. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Sheffield United 3-0 Chelsea
Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea
Chelsea 3-0 Watford
West Ham 3-2 Chelsea
Chelsea 2-1 Manchester City
Norwich City 0-4 West Ham
Watford 2-1 Norwich City
Norwich City 0-1 Brighton
Arsenal 0-4 Norwich City
Norwich City 0-1 Everton
Chelsea Team News
After a horrific performance during their 3-0 defeat to Sheffield, captain Jorginho remains uncertain of his future with the Blues. Lampard might have to place returning from injury Ng’olo Kante but to action after recovering from a low-level hamstring injury. After a month out of action, centre back Tomori is back in contention after recovering from a low back injury.
Norwich City Team News
Skipper Drmic has had to warm the bench for the Canaries since the restart. Their fate for relegation might see Coach Furke give the youngster some Premier League minutes. Right-back Ma Aarons has put in some impressive performances for the side and hopes to make a mark before return to the Championship.
Prediction and Odds
We expect a goal-fest for the Blues against the Canaries as a recovery from their shocking defeat at Sheffield.
Goals Over 2.5
First to Score: Home