Chelsea look to bounce back from the 3-0 defeat to Sheffield United at the weekend which dented their Champions League hopes. Norwich, meanwhile, have just pride left to play for after the 4-0 thrashing by West Ham confirmed their relegation from the Premier League.
What time does Chelsea vs Norwich kick-off?
The Premier League match kicks off at 8.15pm BST this evening.
What TV channel is Chelsea vs Norwich on?
Live coverage of the game will be shown by Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky One and Pick.
However, there is also a way to watch the match for free.
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Sky has made the game free-to-air on its Pick channel, which can be found on Sky (channel 159), Freeview (channel 11), Freesat (channel 144) and Virgin Media (channel 165).
How to live stream Chelsea vs Norwich?
Those watching on Freeview can stream the action using built-in Freeview TV or the mobile app.
Or for those streaming on NOW TV, free-to-air games will be shown on Sky One, which is available on the Entertainment Pass.
Fans can also sign up for a seven-day free NOW TV trial.
What has been said?
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard: “We have to put this to bed and keep fighting to finish in the top four.
“We are still in that race because what we have done this season.
“I learned a lot that I won’t forget. We might be outside the top four when we play again, but it’s not about that right now – I’m more concerned about this performance.
“I know we can’t approach our games against Norwich, Manchester United, Liverpool or Wolves in the same vein.”
Norwich boss Daniel Farke: “We are always self-critical so the first step that you have to take is always to ask yourself what you could have done better. [Relegation] is not the unexpected outcome.
“When I look at our team it is more or less the same Championship side from last season, just without some key players because they are injured.
“To be able to be successful in this level it is not realistic you have to say.
“I feel really sorry, especially for our supporters and everyone connected with this amazing club, that we were not able to work another miracle. I’m in the responsible role so I am disappointed I was not able to work another miracle.”
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