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Header by John Terry goes to the left of the goal.
The match has reached full-time.
Clearance by Steven Whittaker.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on David Luiz by Martin Olsson.
Clearance by da Silva Willian.
The ball is swung over by da Silva Willian.
Headed chance falls to Bradley Johnson. Mark Schwarzer catches the ball.
Shot by Branislav Ivanovic cleared the bar.
Free kick crossed by da Silva Willian.
Michael Turner gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Fernando Torres.
John Terry challenges Robert Snodgrass unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Shot by da Silva Willian.
Unfair challenge on Eden Hazard by Alexander Tettey results in a free kick.
Foul by Martin Olsson on Branislav Ivanovic, free kick awarded.
Branislav Ivanovic makes a clearance.
Branislav Ivanovic concedes a free kick for a foul on Nathan Redmond.
Clearance by Bradley Johnson.
Free kick taken by John Ruddy.
Gary Cahill concedes a free kick for a foul on Ryan Bennett.
Andre Schurrle takes a shot. Steven Whittaker gets a block in.
Fernando Torres takes a shot and cleared the bar.
Clearance made by John Terry.
Free kick taken by John Terry.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Bradley Johnson on da Silva Willian.
Fernando Torres replaces Nemanja Matic.
Robert Snodgrass takes a shot. Blocked by Gary Cahill.
David Luiz restarts play with the free kick.
Jonathan Howson concedes a free kick for a foul on Nemanja Matic.
Nathan Redmond replaces Johan Elmander.
Shot by da Silva Willian went over.
Johan Elmander concedes a free kick for a foul on Ashley Cole.
Shot by David Luiz cleared the net.
Corner taken by Andre Schurrle from the right by-line.
Nemanja Matic takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Shot by Nemanja Matic. Alexander Tettey gets a block in.
Ashley Cole has an effort at goal. Andre Schurrle takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Blocked by Russell Martin.
Gary Cahill takes the free kick.
Johan Elmander gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on David Luiz.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Michael Turner by Demba Ba.
Branislav Ivanovic delivers the ball.
The ball is sent over by Branislav Ivanovic.
Booking for Ryan Bennett for time wasting.
Clearance by Michael Turner.
Da Silva Willian takes a shot. Jonathan Howson gets a block in.
Branislav Ivanovic is cautioned.
John Terry is ruled offside.
The ball is sent over by Ashley Cole.
Da Silva Willian crosses the ball.
Free kick taken by Russell Martin.
Nemanja Matic concedes a free kick for a foul on Robert Snodgrass.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andre Schurrle on Bradley Johnson.
David Luiz fouled by Jonathan Howson, the ref awards a free kick.
Johan Elmander concedes a free kick for a foul on Gary Cahill.
Michael Turner makes a clearance.
David Luiz takes a shot and strikes the bar.
The referee starts the second half.
The ref blows to end the first period.
Nemanja Matic takes a shot.
Unfair challenge on Jonathan Howson by Andre Schurrle results in a free kick.
Centre by Andre Schurrle.
Eden Hazard is brought on as a substitute for Mohamed Salah.
David Luiz joins the action as a substitute, replacing Frank Lampard.
Frank Lampard crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Handball decision goes against Johan Elmander.
Shot by da Silva Willian went wide of the right-hand upright.
Bradley Johnson takes a shot. John Terry gets a block in.
Russell Martin restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Nemanja Matic on Robert Snodgrass, free kick awarded.
Gary Cahill makes a clearance.
Shot by Ashley Cole went over.
Nemanja Matic makes a clearance.
Andre Schurrle has an effort at goal. John Ruddy safely holds on.
Centre by Demba Ba.
Andre Schurrle takes the chance to get an effort at goal and strikes the post.
Clearance by Alexander Tettey.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Frank Lampard.
Steven Whittaker manages to make a clearance.
Branislav Ivanovic restarts play with the free kick.
Martin Olsson is caught offside.
Da Silva Willian gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Bradley Johnson.
Clearance made by Ashley Cole.
Foul by Bradley Johnson on Frank Lampard, free kick awarded.
Bradley Johnson concedes a free kick for a foul on da Silva Willian.
Corner taken by Andre Schurrle.
Andre Schurrle produces a cross.
Robert Snodgrass concedes a free kick for a foul on Ashley Cole.
Andre Schurrle takes a shot. Blocked by Russell Martin.
Clearance by Ryan Bennett.
Clearance made by Gary Cahill.
Martin Olsson takes a shot. Mark Schwarzer blocks the ball.
Clearance by Russell Martin.
The ball is swung over by Ashley Cole.
Gary Cahill restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Alexander Tettey on Mohamed Salah.
Shot by Andre Schurrle. John Ruddy safely holds on.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Andre Schurrle by Russell Martin.
The game kicks-off.
Mourinho turns attention to Norwich
Jose Mourinho expects a reaction from Chelsea's Champions League elimination on Sunday against a Norwich side fighting for their Premier League status.
The Blues boss is determined his side respond from successive home defeats to Sunderland and Atletico Madrid in the final Stamford Bridge game of the season as the Canaries seek to end their dismal campaign on a high by avoiding the drop.
"The day I'm happy a couple of days after a defeat is because there is something wrong with me, and there is nothing wrong with me," Mourinho said.
"I'm not happy two days after a defeat. I consider myself a strong personality. I consider myself somebody with a great capacity to react to the negative moments and the negative feeling and in this moment I only think about the next match, the next couple of matches and the next season."
Norwich are "playing the game of their lives", Mourinho says.
"I expect they are going to play a final," he added.
"They have two games to decide where they are next season. Are they in the Championship? Are they in the Premier League?
"Are they playing against Chelsea, against Arsenal, against Manchester United?
"Are they playing at Anfield? Are they playing at the Emirates? Are they playing midweek matches in the Championship?
"It's going to be very, very, very difficult."
Chelsea, who must hope Manchester City and Liverpool have late collapses to have any hope of the title, need one point from the Norwich encounter and trip to Cardiff on the final day to confirm third place.
Mourinho also insists Chelsea have a "responsibility" to the other sides battling relegation to perform.
He added: "I have to motivate my players with the responsibility of finishing in the top three, which is very important for us to give us a better pre-season. If you play a play-off your pre-season is completely different; it changes a lot.
"I have to motivate my players with the fact that the fans deserve us to win at home.
"I also want to motivate them with the fact we must feel responsibility to be fair and to be correct with every other team that is also playing for relegation.
"I don't think Cardiff, Fulham, Sunderland, the teams that are also there, I can imagine they are not waiting for Chelsea to have a bad performance and to lose the game against Norwich.
"For many, many factors we must play a very serious game but respect professionals that are playing for their future."
Mourinho plans just a short summer hiatus before resuming preparations for the 2014/15 campaign in earnest.
Stamford Bridge was the scene of Neil Adams' greatest achievement in his managerial career and he is hoping to seal another memorable result on Sunday.
Adams took charge at Carrow Road in early April following the sacking of Chris Hughton but has been unable to halt the Canaries' slide into the relegation zone.
The 48-year-old was promoted due to his success within the youth set-up at Norwich, where he guided the team to FA Youth Cup success last season.
Chelsea were beaten over the course of two legs, with a 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge sealing an unexpected triumph for the Norfolk club.
Now, with five defeats in a row, Adams knows his side must replicate those heroics in west London if they are to stand a chance of top-flight survival.
"I have very good memories," he said. "The last time I was there as a coach was the Youth Cup final and we were successful. If there are any coincidences or traces of luck then hopefully that will happen.
"It is exactly the same, everyone outside of Norfolk doesn't give us a chance on Sunday. Chelsea are going for the title and we are in the bottom three and it doesn't take a genius to work out who the neutral will be fancying to win the game.
"It was exactly the same with the Youth Cup final, nobody really gave us a chance against a big and expensively-assembled Chelsea side but it is very similar to now, if you get the players right and get them believing they can go there and cause an upset they can."
Norwich go into the game on the back of a 4-0 defeat at Manchester United last weekend, having kept Ryan Giggs' side quiet for much of the first half.
Adams admits his players are at a low ebb and need to be ready to react if they slip behind on Sunday.
"It is very easy to get into the mentality when you are on a losing run. They say winning can become a habit and we have to make sure losing doesn't become a habit," he said.
"We have to prepare the players for if we go a goal down, does everything go out of the window or do we stick at it and make sure we have got an alternative option or an alternative plan. When you have lost games and you are at the bottom of the table it is tough."
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