Chelsea take on Norwich tonight in a key match in their race for a Champions League place.
The top four battle is heating up with Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester all dropping points recently.
The Blues take on already-relegated Norwich tonight knowing a win would put clear space between themselves and their European rivals.
The Canaries visit Stamford Bridge this evening knowing they are now building to next season in the Championship after their thrashing by West Ham last time out confirmed their drop.
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Chelsea vs Norwich: Date and kick-off time
The Premier League tie will be held at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, July 14 and will kick-off at 8:15pm.
Chelsea beat Norwich 3-2 in the reverse fixture in August thanks to Tammy Abraham’s winner.
The Blues’ last league trip to Carrow Road came in March 2016 and ended in a 2-1 victory.
Chelsea vs Norwich: TV channel and live stream
Sky Sports subscribers can watch the game on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 8pm.
It will also be one of Sky’s free-to-air matches with fans able to catch it on Sky One and Sky Pick.
The match will be on talkSPORT tonight as well as we bring you exclusive radio coverage from Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea vs Norwich: What has been said?
Frank Lampard has told his Chelsea players they are not fighting for their Stamford Bridge futures as they bid to secure Champions League football.
The Blues boss admitted after Saturday’s comprehensive 3-0 loss at Sheffield United that he had ‘learned a lot’ about his team.
Chelsea are set to overhaul their squad this summer but Lampard says he will not use anyone’s long-term futures as motivation ahead of tonight’s key game.
“In terms of fighting for their careers, no, I want the players just to fight to be a Chelsea player and win the game that’s in hand,” said Lampard.
“Tomorrow that’s Norwich, and it will be Manchester United at the weekend.
“So we don’t jump ahead, and nobody should. The next game ahead is the only one that matters at the minute.
“We’re at a critical stage of the season; Norwich tomorrow then in terms of the league Liverpool and Wolves.
“We know what’s in front of us, we know we have the capabilities in the squad and the team because we’ve shown this season at lots of different points, that’s what’s got us into third position and now we need to finish the job.”