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Fourth-placed Chelsea could open up a seven-point advantage in the race for UEFA Champions League qualification by beating high-flying Norwich. And with the other four teams in the Premier League's top five facing each other this weekend, the Blues are aiming to take advantage of their rivals dropping points.
Norwich’s unexpected rise up the table continues at pace thanks to successive 2-1 wins on their travels. Leading marksman Steve Morison proved to be the Canaries’ match-winner for the second week in a row as his header snatched victory at West Brom. Paul Lambert’s side have lost just once in their last seven outings yet still remain just one of two sides without a clean sheet from their opening 21 matches. Chelsea made it back-to-back victories following a run of four games without a win. Frank Lampard netted for a second successive game as the Blues edged past Sunderland to cement their place in the top four. The Blues are unbeaten in their last five matches on the road - the best current sequence in the Premier League.
Norwich: D D L D W W
Chelsea: D D D L W W
• No club outside of the top five have scored more league goals than Norwich. Blackburn are the only side who can match the Canaries' tally of 32.
• Chelsea have won their last five league and cup games against the Canaries, scoring 18 times and conceding just twice.