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After defeat to Brentford last Saturday, it is now four straight defeats for Norwich and as a consequence of such a run, the Canaries are beginning to edge closer to relegation at the end of the season.
While the last thing that Dean Smith needs is the visit of Chelsea on Thursday and with the Blues putting four past Burnley at the weekend, they will be in the mood for another away success in midweek.
With Norwich losing each of their last four Premier League outings, it would be quite a stretch to back them on Thursday night and especially when you consider the opposition they will soon be welcoming.
An opposition that has been winning at halftime and fulltime in each of their last three league outings and with Chelsea also keeping a clean sheet during their last trio of performances, more of the same looks likely in midweek.
Especially when you consider that Norwich have been incredibly shy in front of goal this season and therefore, backing Chelsea to win at odds of 91/100 (LeoVegas).
There is no doubt that the fixture computer has not been kind to Norwich in recent weeks and with defeats to Manchester City and Liverpool in the recent history books, now they must deal with the visit of Chelsea on Thursday.
Of course, it is not only the biggest teams in the land that Norwich have had to deal with and after also being beaten by Southampton and Brenfford, the loss to the latter will be of huge concern.
Because in what can largely be labelled as a relegation six-pointer, Norwich offered very little in the way of a fight against Brentford and if they did offer anything, it was only generosity in the form of conceded penalties.
While it was a defeat that can be considered a hammer blow for Dean Smith and his players and with the Norwich fan base also silenced by such a bad performance at the weekend, they will have to find their voice before Thursday night.
Ultimately, it is the same old problem for Norwich and that is the toxic combination of too many goals conceded at one end and not enough scored at the other. A combination that usually adds up to relegation at the end of the season.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Chelsea, there is only one absence for manager Dean Smith to deal with and with Adam Idah set to be out until August, the Irish international will be sorely missed.
Among the backdrop of Chelsea being put up for sale, the Blues still managed to cruise to a comfortable win at the weekend and in doing so, it edged Thomas Tuchel’s men closer to a top-four finish.
One that has looked all but a certainty since the start of the year and although Chelsea have nothing to play for in the way of a Premier League title tilt, they are certainly not coasting along either.
Especially as they travelled to Turf Moor off the back of their Carabao Cup disappointment from the week before and although such a loss to Liverpool still rankles, the focus has quickly shifted to matters off the field.
Matters that involve outgoing owner Roman Abramovich and with the Russian now looking to offload Chelsea as quickly as possible, one wonders if the state of financial largesse is sustainable in the long-term.
Then again, the best way to keep Chelsea sustainable is by returning to the Champions League each year and if they can get the better of Norwich in midweek, then their invite will soon be delivered for next season.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Norwich, the return of Andreas Christensen to full fitness means that Chelsea are only without one name in midweek and once again defender Ben Chilwell misses out through injury.
As far as the history of these two teams are concerned, it is not the most storied of rivalries and in recent years it has been one way traffic as far as Chelsea are concerned. Especially as earlier in the season, they put seven goals past the Canaries at Stamford Bridge.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Norwich have won on 14 occasions, Chelsea 25 and there have been 18 draws
When it comes to Carrow Road, it is one of the more compact grounds within the Premier League and this can either help or hinder the Norwich team that competes there. While after their defeat to Brentford last weekend, it was clear to see that the fans were not impressed with what they saw in front of them.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, Norwich are currently the favourites to suffer the drop and when you look at their recent form, you can begin to understand why this is the case.
While when it comes to the top-four finish market, Chelsea are dead certs to scoop another entry into the Champions League and were that not to happen, it would take an almighty collapse between now and the end of the current campaign.