Last Updated: 06/10/12 4:49pm
Romeu, again, with a chance at the near post, but it won't be another for the free-scoring league leaders.
One or two groans from the Blues supporters as their side dares to go backwards after living it up on attack for so long.
As the crowd bays for another goal, Torres and Mata both come close to scoring within seconds of one another.
An embarrassment of options on attack for the Blues may actually be their downfall as Di Matteo's side look to score again.
Norwich seem completely out on their feet at the moment as things don't look to good for Hughton and his men.
Canaries barely hanging on as Terry almost makes it five for the host with a headed attempt at the near post form a corner-kick.
A flurry of changes from both managers as Holt leaves for Steve Morison, Ryan Bennett comes on for Bassong, and Cesar Apilicueta earns his first-ever appearance for the Blues, coming on for Ivanovic.
A great one-two between Mata and Torres sees the latter out-sprint the defence, only for a good low save from Ruddy to deny the striker his second.
Slow and steady at the moment from Chelsea, Norwich chasing at shadows as the Blues work the ball around at the back.
Hazard's corner-kick from the left is easily dealt with by Ruddy as it seems as if the Blues are taking their foot off the pedal.
Norwich seeing a bit of the ball at the moment as Jonny Howson tries to wriggle his way through inside the Chelsea half.
Blues working the ball at pace outside the box, but Torres and Mata both lose the ball in half-decent scoring chances had they opted to shoot.
Pilkington's first touch of the ball is an attempted header inside the area from a cross from the right.
Hazard looks for Oscar inside the area with an ambitious pass, as Pilkington replaces Johnson in midfield for Canaries.
Chelsea dominating proceedings with Norwich struggling to even get a touch on the ball to consolidate their defence.
Torres still hustling and bustling the Canaries on the ball and one can't fault the Spaniard's work ethic today.
Chelsea pushing up as per the norm with Torres even dropping back into midfield in a bid to get hold of the ball.
Lampard skies his effort on goal when he should've maybe looked for a free team-mate either side of him.
Mata put through on goal, but Ruddy does well to come out and poach the ball out from underneath the Blues midfielder's feet.
Blues working the ball from the halfway line and it's the Mata show at the moment with the Spaniard seemingly everywhere on the field.
Canaries try to hit the Blues on the counter but the hosts are wise to their efforts and scramble back on defence.
Lampard with a decent through ball down the left for Cole, but his Chelsea and England team-mate just can't keep the ball in play.
A spell of decent possession for the Canaries as they try to make some headway into their opponents' half.
Barnett with a risky challenge on Hazard inside the box after the Blues attacker tried to come around the outside. The Norwich defender is lucky to have escaped without giving away a penalty.
Mata with an inspired, angled run from the right, only for his final shot to take off skew towards goal.
The Blues drifting their attacking forays from one side the park to the other with the lies of Mata and Oscar popping up at random.
Chelsea working the ball down the left flank through Hazard, but the Belgian is forced to rush his passes by a determined Canaries outfit.
The Canaries with the early attacking chances, Holt's header from Johnson's free-kick from the right not far off the bottom right corner of goal.
Mata and Torres combine to try and squeeze the ball off for Hazard, but the Canaries won't be caught napping late in the first stanza.
Di Matteo will be the happier of the two managers at half-time as the linesman signals one minute of added time.
Johnson squeezes off a cross from the left to find Holt out to the left of Petr Cech, but the Canaries skipper's header is wide of the ;left corner of goal, but only just.
Bassong manages to head the ball clear from a promising cross from Cole on the left with Torres lurking in the box.
Oscar weasels his way through a congested defence on the edge of the box, his shot on target but Ruddy is up to the task and gets down low to stop it.
Torres pressuring Ruddy at the back after the shot-stopper receives a risky back pass from Wes Hoolahan.
Lampard with a superb cross in for a rising Torres in the 18-yard area but the striker's header is over the crossbar.
Chelsea still getting over the halfway line with ease, but the Canaries are giving the Blues dangermen too much time on the ball to launch their attacks.
Chelsea are all over their opponents at the moment and it should just be a matter of time before they score again.
Hazard coolly places the ball in the bottom right corner after Mata's perfect defence splitting pass finds the young attacker inside the box.
Bennett whips in Norwich's first corner of the match but the defence clears the danger for Chelsea with the chance to hit the visitors on the counter-attack.
Bradley Johnson lucky to escape without a caution after going in with a rash tackle on Cole and then David Luiz.
Chelsea calming things down and stringing a few passages of play together from the back, Branislav Ivanovic then losing the ball trying to push up down the right.
Good pressure from Oscar on Bassong almost allows the new Blues talent to poach the ball in a good attacking position on the field.
Ashley Cole with a good chance inside the box after a great cross from the right from Oscar, but the Blues left-back's header is weak.
Alexander Tettey with a perfect chance to put Norwich back in front, but he fluffs his shot from a pass from the right.
Oscar's strike lacks the power but it creeps through Norwich's defence with Hazard baring down on it but John Ruddy gathers the ball just in time.
The Blues, buoyed by Torres' leveler, are back inside the Canaries' half and trying get in another goal.
Chelsea a little shell-shocked at having gone behind and are looking to regain their ascendency from early on.
The Canaries with a attacking chance from an Elliot Bennet free-kick, but ball into the box is cleared.
Lampard, Hazard and Oscar exchanging passes just outside the Canaries' box, but there's no way through for the trio.
The home side pushing up, this time down the left through Hazard but the latest long ball forward for the Belgian playmaker is touch too long.
The Blues pressurising the Canaries in possession, but Di Matteo may still be ruing Torress' missed opportunity early on.
Torres is free in space and into the box, but the Blues hitman fails to pull the trigger under the watchful eye of Bassong.
The Blues starting the livelier of the two sides, but the visitors seem eager for the challenge in west London.
I reckon we're in with a right good chance today. Yes, we played badly and got punished for it last week, but we've picked a much stronger side today with some proper defensive cover in midfield. Added to that, Terry and Cole are going to be taunted mercilessly - reckon at least one of them will be sent off! Come on you yellows!! Simon Pepin
i really feel for norwich today,i like them as a club but i am a chelsea fan. norwich are very weak defensively and i think we could easily put 5 or 6 past them today, 10-1 for torres to get a hat trick is a good bet. Willie Maher
I predict that Chelsea will thrash Norwich as they have been doing very well so far this season. It is going to be a great match!
Hey everyone, I'm going for a 5-0 victory today for chelsea.. Norwich got ruined by liverpool last game so there momentum is low, we won 4-0 and the team are really jelling together now, terry torres and hazard on the score sheet together it'll be 2-0 at half time with a flurry in the second half! Come on chelsea! Paul carruthers
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Anthony Pilkington is on the bench for the Canaries despite a back problem, with Sebastien Bassong having passed a late fitness test. Unfortunately, Steven Whittaker and Simon Lappin are out with ankle injuries, while striker Harry Kane has had surgery on a foot injury.
Blues captain John Terry returns to the starting line-up after sitting out in midweek. Frank Lampard and John Obi Mikel are also back to occupy the centre of the park with the trio of Oscar, Eden Hazard and Juan Mata supporting Torres up front. Ramires takes up a spot on the bench as the Brazilian has played relentlessly for the last month.
Norwich are rated at 12/1 to beat Chelsea today by our friends at Sky Bet, while it is 11/2 for the match to end in a draw. Fernando Torres is 5/2 to score first and 10/1 to score a hat-trick.
Chris Hughton, however, has endured a difficult start with the Canaries who've picked up only three points from six games so far this season and find themselves in 18th position in the league.
Roberto Di Matteo's men currently top the Premier League standings and will be strong favourites heading into today's fixture after their 4-0 midweek demolition of FC Nordsjealland in the Champions League.