Chelsea v Norwich Live Stream Match Details
DATE: January 17th 2018
TIME: 19:45 GMT
WHERE: Stamford Bridge, Chelsea
COMPETITION: Emirates FA Cup Third-Round Replay
How to Watch Chelsea v Norwich Live Stream
After midweek exploits away in the league you ca watch Chelsea live on TV again – BBC One and BT Sport 1 will be showing Chelsea v Norwich live stream on Wednesday evening from 19:45pm GMT in the UK. Shocks in the FA Cup are far from uncommon and this home tie replay in the 3rd round has all the potential of a banana skin for the Blues live on national TV.
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Chelsea v Norwich Head-to-Head FA Cup Record
Canaries fans look away now – Chelsea have never lost to Norwich in the FA Cup, dating right back to the first cup meeting 1936 and most recently as 2007. These dominating stats also translate over to the two sides league meetings, with Norwich last securing victory over Chelsea at Carrow Road in 1994.
Chelsea will be looking to return to the FA Cup Final which they fell short in last season and will look to make short work of the East Anglian Championship side at the second time of asking, after that shock 0-0 draw at Carrow Road.
|06 Jan 2018||Norwich City v Chelsea||0-0||Draw|
|17 Feb 2007||Chelsea v Norwich City||4-0||Win|
|16 Jan 2002||Chelsea v Norwich City||4-0||Win|
|05 Jan 2002||Norwich City v Chelsea||0-0||Draw|
|17 Feb 1968||Chelsea v Norwich City||1-0||Win|
Chelsea v Norwich FA Cup Implications
Prior to the game at Carrow Road at the start of January CFCnet said that Chelsea will be looking to avoid a repeat of the 2002 3rd round clash in the FA Cup, with Norwich securing a 0-0 draw at home – however that happened once again and here we go to a replay. Despite an unwelcome additional replay fixture, if it is history repeating itself then we can all expect a crushing 4-0 victory just as what happened at Stamford Bridge in 2002.
Victory on Wednesday for Antonio Conte’s men will see them progress to the FA Cup fourth round and meet fellow Premier League side Newcastle at Stamford Bridge across the weekend of the 26-29th January.