While Norwich’s fate may have already been sealed with three Premier League games of the season remaining, there is still all to play for in the race for the top four, and here we have all the key information as the Canaries land in west London.
The Blues need to bounce back quickly from a disappointing result and performance at Sheffield United on Saturday…
Chelsea vs Norwich kick-off time
Our penultimate home game of this most unusual of seasons gets underway at 8.15pm on Tuesday 14 July.
Chelsea vs Norwich venue
Stamford Bridge will host the fixture, which will take place behind closed doors with no supporters present due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please do not travel to the stadium or congregate in the nearby streets on matchdays.
Chelsea vs Norwich pre-match press conference
Chelsea vs Norwich on TV
The match is being broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK, with coverage starting at 8pm.
Chelsea vs Norwich live commentary
There will be live text commentary updates on the app and this website, while Chelsea TV will be providing live audio commentary on both platforms.
Our social media channels will have exclusive coverage from the Bridge, including live updates on the @chelseafc Twitter account.
You can also follow the game with our Matchday Live show, exclusively on the 5th Stand app.
Chelsea vs Norwich head to head
This will be our first Premier League meeting at the Bridge since November 2015 when a Diego Costa goal settled a tight contest.
In our last fixture back in August, Tammy Abraham bagged a brace either side of a goal from Mason Mount to hand Lampard his first victory as Blues boss.
Injury news for Chelsea vs Norwich
N’Golo Kante’s hamstring injury has ruled him out, but Andreas Christensen has recovered from a knock sustained in Sheffield. Fikayo Tomori has not featured since late February and may not be back in time either. Mateo Kovacic was back on the bench at Bramall Lane but Billy Gilmour is out for the season.
Norwich will be without Grant Hanley, Moritz Leitner and Sam Byram.