Last Updated: 04/05/14 5:59pm
And there goes the full-time whistle, it's Chelsea 0 Norwich 0. The visitors fully deserved a point, as Chelsea really struggled to break them down. Schurrle and Luiz hit the woodwork for Jose Mourinho's hosts, but the draw really doesn't help either side in the title race and the relegation battle.
Chelsea really are struggling for inspiration and Ivanovic has a crack from long range but fires over the crossbar.
Willian's free-kick finds Ba but he directs his header wide of the target - should have done better.
Hesitant defending from Chelsea but they get the ball clear. Now Chelsea get a dangerous free-kick and Turner is booked for a foul on Torres.
Willian dinks a cross to Schurrle, whose volley is deflected wide for a corner which comes to nothing as Cahill fouls Bennett.
Hazard does brilliantly, outmuscling two Norwich defenders before firing straight at Ruddy who parries to ball to Torres, who can't keep his follow-up down and fires a half-volley over the bar.
Norwich are finding some space and starting to believe - but Johnson does poorly with the final ball and Chelsea clear.
Johnson has a little ding-dong with Willian and Luiz - they've really fought hard for their manager and done him proud.
Mourinho makes an attacking move, sending on Torres for Matic. Getting near to kitchen sink time for the Blues.
Suddenly Norwich break clear and Redmond releases Snodgrass - but Cahill does brilliantly to get back and block his shot for a corner.
We're in the final 20 minutes so Norwich need to cling as it's all Chelsea, who are probing continually.
Hazard is looking a real threat and Matic is pushing forward, winning a corner after shooting from 18 yards.
It looks like Ivanovic was booked for his complaints about not winning a penalty - and Ryan Bennett joins him in the book after taking too long over a throw-in.
Norwich relieve the pressure with a break down the left flank but Ivanovic does well to snuff out the danger.
Ryan Bennett and Hazard collide in the box but the offside flag goes up - it looked like a penalty at first glance - but a strange incident ends with Ivanovic being booked.
The pressure is growing on Norwich as Turner heads a cross from Cole clear for a throw-in. The visitors are camped in their own box.
Ivanovic feeds Schurrle who goes down under a clumsy challenge from Tettey - but no penalty given by referee Swarbrick.
Snodgrass gets up gingerly after receiving some treatment. Free-kick to Norwich which is accepted by Schwarzer after a flick-on.
Howson gets to grips with Luiz on the touchline and Ivanovic calms things down. There's a bit more snap to Chelsea's play.
Hazard has made an instant impact and helps to create a chance for Luiz, whose right-footed strike rattles the crossbar.
Half-time analysis: Glenn Hoddle: "Schurrle looks sharp for Chelsea. Willian hasn't got his head on today." Jamie Redknapp: "Schurrle has been the difference between the two teams and has looked lively."
Half-time analysis: Glenn Hoddle says Chelsea should have had a penalty for Michael Turner's shoulder barge on Demba Ba. Jamie Redknapp agrees with Gary Neville that Norwich should have been awarded a spot-kick for Terry's foul on Olsson.
It's half-time and it's Chelsea 0 Norwich 0. The half-time debate will centre on whether should have won a penalty when Terry appeared to foul Olsson in the 18-yard box. Schurrle went closest to breaking the deadlock, beating Ruddy but seeing his low right-footed shot smack the upright.
Norwich see out first-half stoppage time with comfortable ease. Other than Schurrle's shot hitting the post, they've not really had too many problems to worry about.
Chelsea are still trying to pass their way two solid banks of Norwich players but are getting frustrated, with Willian putting a poor pass out for a throw-in under no real pressure.
Willian works himself into a nice position on the edge of the box but then slices his right-footed attempt well wide of the target.
Norwich are certainly in no rush over taking any set-pieces - but then Johnson has a crack from long range and his deflected shot goes wide for a corner, their first of the game.
Norwich break with lone striker Elmander but their other outfield players are sat so deep they're struggling to support him further up the pitch.
Some space opens up from Cole around 30 yards out so he takes a few touches then sends a 25-yard left-footed strike high over the crossbar.
Hazard and Luiz are warming up on the touchline - Chelsea might need some magic from the Belgium star to open this game up.
Schurrle beats his man and sees an opening so lets fly with a left-footed strike from 18 yards - but Ruddy is equal to the task and saves well.
Scharzer boots the ball out for a throw-in to sum an error-strewn opening, with both teams making silly mistakes.
WOODWORK! A sloppy passage of play leads to a chance for Schurrle, who cuts inside the box and hits the upright with a right-footed shot which had Ruddy beaten all ends up.
So half an hour gone at the Bridge and Norwich are fighting for their lives - if Chelsea are to win today, they'll have to dig deep. The hosts win a corner.
It's fair to say the middle of the park is quite congested, with neither team prepared to stretch the play to open up some space.
Norwich fail to threaten the home defence from a decent free-kick position - easy pickings for Messrs Terry and Cahill.
Willian does well to make some space on the left but overhits his left-footed cross which goes out of play.
Chelsea looking a little laboured at times and Tettey's pressing forces Matic to put a pass out omf play for a throw-in - very unlike him to lose possession so cheaply.
Chelsea win a corner and Terry leaps higher than Turner to steer a bullet header straight at Ruddy - decent chance that.
Neil Adams will be the happier of the two managers after this start. Norwich proving a tough nut to crack and Chelsea are struggling to find a way through.
Ba receives a pass from Willian with his back to goal but misreads a run from Cole and rolls the ball out for a goal kick.
Olsson delivers a fantastic cross from the left which just evades a lunging Snodgrass. Decent build-up play from Norwich too.
Salah tries to pop the ball into Ba's feet but gets his final ball wrong and Ruddy hoovers up possession.
Chelsea are facing a wall of yellow and Salah does well as he tries to inject some pace into the home team's play. Norwich look composed in possession and are closing down well.
A lucky bounce frees Ba down the left but he tries to find Schurrle in the middle and shows too much of the ball to Ruddy, who snuffs out the danger.
Willian tries an ambitious crossfield pass to Salah but just slightly overhits it and it goes out for a goal-kick.
Willian and Cole combine well on the left and the England defender gets in a cracking cross which Ruddy claims comfortably.
Matic loses possession sloppily and Norwich counter-attack quickly, with Terry appearing to foul Olsson in the penalty box. Olsson's touch was heavy and ran to Schwarzer, but Terry's tackle was badly timed. Chelsea get away with one.
Norwich have a nice spell of possession but are pushed all the way back to the goalkeeper by some solid Chelsea pressing.
Willian is looking lively and tries to slip Ba through but Norwich clear the danger - and are closing down the hosts well.
That Cole run actually went for a corner, which Lampard delivers but Ba is caught offside in the following build-up.
It looks like Ba was winded in a collision with Michael Turner but he's up and about, although angry about the incident.
Cole goes on a brilliant driving run down the left wing and wins a throw-in while Ba is receiving treatment from the medical team.
Ba tries to spring the offside trap and does so but the ball runs out of play - nice attacking play from the Blues though.
Ivanovic's long punt isn't cleared by the Norwich defence and Schurrle tests Ruddy with a low 20-yard strike. Easy save.
Stamford Bridge is bathed in sunshine and Chelsea are stroking the ball around comfortably - not much tempo to the game yet.
Leeds fan Dan says: "I'm going 4-0 to Chelsea, looking forward to the ex-Leeds boys' visit to Elland Road next year. Relegation looms!!!"
The players are lining up on the pitch and the fans are in full voice - we're just minutes away from kick-off now.
Paul Merson has predicted a 3-0 win for Chelsea, saying: "This game has come at the wrong time for Norwich because Chelsea can go top if they win it. If Liverpool had played first and won, then the Chelsea players might have been disheartened, but the chance to go top is a big incentive. They will be wounded after going out of the Champions League, but that carrot will get them through. Norwich are really struggling and they just need to get this game out of the way, don't lose by a lot of goals and hope that Arsenal play a weakened team next week."
Let's get some Opta stats: Jose Mourinho has won all eight games played on a Sunday this season after winning only one of his final 10 Sunday games in his first spell at the club.
Shaun from Norfolk says: "As a Villa fan, but a Norfolk resident, I've had a conflict of itnerest in Norwich losing so we stay up. Now we're safe, I hope Norwich stay up, but I fear today could expensive...3-0 Chelsea."
Chris Green from Huddersfield says: "Chelsea to win 5-0, with Matic, Salah (2), Ba and Eto'o scoring the goals."
Jose Mourinho: "We're determined to win and finish well at home. The selection is justice for Schurrle, Salah and Ba because against Liverpool they were fantastic."
Norwich's starting XI: Ruddy, Martin, Ryan Bennett, Turner, Whittaker, Johnson, Snodgrass, Howson, Tettey, Olsson, Elmander.
The teams are in. Chelsea's starting XI: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Cole, Lampard, Matic, Salah, Willian, Schurrle, Ba.
Chelsea have lost their last two games on home turf, against Sunderland in the Premier League and Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, so there is a glimmer of hope for Neil Adams' struggling Canaries, who have lost five games on the spin.
Arsenal have just beaten West Brom 1-0 at The Emirates, meaning Norwich could pull within one point of the Baggies and move level on points with Sunderland if they take all three points against Jose Mourinho's Blues.
Good afternoon, and welcome to our live commentary of the late Sunday game from Stamford Bridge, where Chelsea will be looking to put some pressure on title rivals Man City and Liverpool.