How to watch Chelsea vs Norwich Premier League match in Australia

Posted: 23 October 2021 4:20 pm
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Winless Norwich venture to Stamford Bridge to take on the rampaging Chelsea in a fascinating Premier League match-up.

Chelsea kept their fifth clean sheet of the season in just 8 matches when they held out Brentford.

The 1-0 victory secured top spot on the Premier League table and it came via Ben Chillwell, who in the 45th minute converted his team's only shot on target for the entire match.

Brentford would have walked away frustrated having generated 17 shots to 5 and 7 shots on target of their own. Chelsea keeper Édouard Mendy was man of the match.

Norwich picked up just their second point of the season in a nil-nil draw with Brighton, but they were beaten nearly 2–1 in possession as Brighton controlled the play with 569 passes to just 292.

When is Chelsea vs Norwich?

This match kicks off at 10:30pm AEDT on Saturday 23 October at Stamford Bridge in London.

How to watch Chelsea vs Norwich

All matches of the Premier League are broadcast live and only on Optus Sport. You can check out our full Premier League viewing guide for more details.

Stream Chelsea vs Norwich on Optus Sport

If you're not an Optus customer or your Optus plan doesn't come with a free Optus Sport membership, you can still join up to catch all the Premier League action.

You can sign up for a monthly pass that will set you back $14.99 and gets you access to all the latest league news, results, fixtures, highlights, press conferences and statistics via the Optus Sport website or mobile app. You can also save 22% with an annual subscription to Optus Sport. The full price of an annual pass is $139.

The platform comes with a range of mini highlights packages, ranging from 3 minutes through to a full 90-minute replay. Both new and existing Optus customers can also add Yes TV by Fetch to their Optus Sport subscription for an extra $5 a month. The Yes TV package includes a Fetch Mini set-top box capable of watching Optus Sport on your TV, along with a basic Fetch subscription.

You can use Optus Sport with most modern devices, including PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices, or on your TV via Fetch, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One or Telstra TV.

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Who will win Chelsea vs Norwich?

Chelsea vs Norwich: Head-to-head

On face value this appears to be a fairly straightforward assignment for Chelsea at home, but on closer inspection they will have to be careful.

They weren't at their best last week in a scrappy performance and their opponents this week have gone 213 minutes since they last conceded a goal.

Norwich were outplayed last week around the park but they defended grimly and were well organised at the back.

If they can replicate that and find some attacking rhythm they could pose some questions for the league leaders.

Chelsea haven't lost to Norwich in any form of competition since 1994, an unbeaten run that now spans 17 matches (including 13 victories).

The most likely outcome is Chelsea absorb all pressure and eventually produce enough class to break through the Norwich defence and secure all 3 points.

Keen to know about more sports streaming? Check out our full guide here. If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got an Optus vs Kayo comparison.

Image sources: Kayo Sports, Optus Sport

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