Last Updated: 11/05/14 5:01pm
That's all from this commentary for today. Stick with us for a full match report and reaction from the Cardiff City Stadium.
The result means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's already-relegated side finish bottom of the table, two points behind Fulham. Chelsea end the campaign in third spot, four points adrift of champions Manchester City.
And the last Cardiff change (89) - James ON, Campbell OFF. Tom James and John Swift both making their PL debuts today for Cardiff and Chelsea respectively.
The ball comes across the box from Schurrle to the far post where Hazard is lurking but he can't turn it home.
Second change for Cardiff (75) - Healey ON, Bellamy OFF. Bellamy receives a standing ovation before heading down the tunnel. A PL debut for Healey now.
Poor defending from Cardiff, with Fabio playing Torres onside as the ball drops from a header by Schurrle. Easy finish for the Spaniard, and a strangely muted celebration. 1-2.
So unlucky for David Marshall, who makes a truly brilliant first stop to deny Azpilicueta's header. The follow-up from the Spaniard hits the crossbar but bounces out for Schurrle, who strikes home the equaliser! 1-1.
First change for Chelsea (66) - Schurrle ON, Mikel OFF. That might be the Nigeria midfielder's last Blues appearance.
After Schwarzer saved from Declan John, play switches to the other end and Caulker does well to block Torres' effort inside the area.
Salah cleverly makes space for himself on the left side of the area and fires a shot across the face of goal, but Torres can't get on the end of it.
Ivanovic is holding his back after taking a tumble, having gone up for a header, but it looks as if he'll be OK to continue.
Chelsea fan Si Straker on email says: "Jose wants to get the boys back down the training ground and teach them how to shoot! It's been our problem all season! They're meant to be pros!"
Some Sky Bet odds for you - Cardiff are now 11/8 to win this one, with Chelsea 7/4 to stage a comeback victory. The draw is a 2/1 shot.
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Some half-time stats: Chelsea have had 68% possession, and 11 shots - but only two on target. Three of their shots were blocked, however. Of those efforts, Salah has had six. Cardiff have got two of their six shots on target, with two blocked.
So Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are off the bottom of the table as it stands, with Fulham losing at home to Crystal Palace. Chelsea are still third.
Salah has the last effort of the first half, skewing a left-foot shot wide from the edge of the box following a corner.
Salah goes down in the area after jostling with Turner and appeals for an optimistic penalty. Oliver is not interested.
Fabio tries an effort from long range, but it sails right towards Schwarzer and is easily saved by the Chelsea veteran.
Ashley Cole manages to play the ball across the face of goal. Hazard looks like he might score, but Chelsea fail to find an equaliser on this occasion.
Oscar brings down a long Mikel pass inside the box and turns to shoot, but Turner gets in a timely block.
Ivanovic blocks Campbell's effort. Midway through the first half now, and Chelsea have had 60% possession and four shots to Cardiff's three - but it's the home side who lead through that Bellamy goal.
Fabio gets into the box on the right-hand side and receives a pass but Cole and the rest of the Chelsea defence manage to get the ball away.
That's only Bellamy's second Premier League goal of the season. The 34-year-old also scored in the 2-1 home win over Norwich back in February.
Bellamy collects a pass from Whittingham and takes a left-footed shot from 25 yards out and the ball takes a wicked deflection off the back of Azpiliceuta, flying in to Schwarzer's left. 1-0.
Matic gets back to take the ball off the toes of Daehli, who had scampered away down the right wing.
A mistake by Caulker lets in Torres, who takes the ball on past Marshall into the area, which is full of blue and white balloons! The Chelsea striker shoots towards goal but Caulker recovers to block the effort. Lively opening here.
Oscar appeals for a penalty after being brought down by Turner, but it's not given by referee Oliver. Replays suggest the Blues had a good case for a spot-kick.
Arthur Weaver emails in to say: "Should be an easy win for Chelsea today, just like Norwich, West Ham and Sunderland to name a few. Chelsea win 0-2."
Peter from London emails in to say: "I imagine Mourinho would want to end the season the same way he started it, with a very strong and convincing 2-0 win. I think Cardiff will try and make a game of it, to bow out with some dignity. However I am convinced Chelsea's quality will prove to be to much for them. This is really a game for Mourinho to see if it is worth keeping Mikel, Cole and Torres. Although, Goals from Hazard and Torres will give us three points with aplomb. Come on you Blues!"
Some Opta stats for you: 1. Cardiff have not beaten Chelsea at home in the league since February 1963, drawing one and losing four since. 2. Cardiff have failed to score in more games than any other Premier League side this season (19), while Chelsea have kept the most clean sheets (18). 3. Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 15 Premier League games to be played on a Sunday, winning 13 and drawing two.
Michael Oliver is your referee this afternoon. He was recently in charge of Cardiff's 3-3 draw at West Brom, and also Chelsea's 4-0 home win over Tottenham.
On Twitter, Chelsea fan @louisyianni_19 has tweeted to say: "Something tells me we won't be parking the bus today. Easy win I reckon, 3-0/4-0 to us Blues." Olly from Blackwater aka @cabot38 says :"4-0 to the Blues - Ivanovic, Kalas, Oscar & Hazard with the goals!!!"
On email, Cian Hughes writes: "I don't think Cardiff will really put up a good game. 3-1 Chelsea is my prediction." Chris Green is thinking along similar lines: "Chelsea to win 3-1, with Ivanovic and Hazard (2) scoring the goals."
Our resident prediction-maker and pundit Paul Merson has gone for a 3-0 Chelsea win in this clash, saying: "I've got to go for Chelsea because they will want to end on a high and Jose Mourinho won't want to get beat by Cardiff on the final day. It doesn't seem like Cardiff can beat anybody at the moment and I think it will be quite a comfortable game for Chelsea. Not one of the Cardiff players would get into the Chelsea team, and that's the problem for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer." What's your prediction for this afternoon's game? Let me know by email or Twitter.
Jose Mourinho makes six changes to Chelsea's starting line-up following the 0-0 draw at home to Norwich last Sunday. Fernando Torres, Eden Hazard and Tomas Kalas are all promoted having been subs last time out, and are joined by the fit-again Oscar as well as Cesar Azpilicueta and John Obi Mikel. Dropping to the bench are Gary Cahill, Demba Ba and Andre Schurrle. Dropping out altogether are the injured John Terry, the ill Frank Lampard, and also Willian. Meanwhile, Nathan Ake and 18-year-old midfielder John Swift both make the bench. Samuel Eto'o - an unused substitute last weekend - misses out with a knee injury, and Marco van Ginkel also makes way from the matchday 16.
Chelsea team v Cardiff: Schwarzer; Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Kalas, Cole; Mikel, Matic; Salah, Oscar, Hazard; Torres.
Two changes to the Cardiff side that lost 3-0 at Newcastle last time out. Craig Bellamy, a substitute on Tyneside, starts in what could be his last match before retiring. Mats Moller Daehli is also included. Dropping out of the 16 today are on-loan Wilfried Zaha and Kim Bo-Kyung. Youngsters Rhys Healey (forward) and Tom James (defender) are subs. Juan Cala is banned. No sign of Kenwyne Jones today.
Cardiff starting line-up v Chelsea: Marshall; Fabio, Caulker (captain), Turner, John; Gunnarsson, Mutch, Whittingham, Daehli; Bellamy, Campbell.
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As for Chelsea, they lie third and could still snatch second spot but they will need to beat Cardiff and hope Liverpool lose to Newcastle at Anfield. Arsenal are three points back, but the goal difference is not in the Gunners' favour.
Cardiff, already relegated, will at least be hoping to not finish bottom of the table. In order to do so, they need a better result than Fulham - a point above - achieve at home to Crystal Palace. Goal difference means they are highly unlikely to overhaul Norwich in 18th.