Is Norwich vs Chelsea on TV? Channel, stream, team news, kick off time for TONIGHT'S Premier League clash

CHELSEA are up against Norwich tonight in the Premier League but the game is clouded in the news that owner Roman Abramovich has been hit with a sanction that will stop him receiving cash for any sale of the club.

The implications for the Blues are huge, but the players must first focus on relegation-threatened Norwich if they're to continue winning in the league.

  • Start time: 7.30pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: Not televised
  • Norwich XI: To follow
  • Chelsea XI: To follow

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When is Norwich vs Chelsea?

Norwich vs Chelsea takes place TONIGHT – Thursday, March 10.

The match kicks off at 7.30pm GMT.

Carrow Road plays host.

Is Norwich vs Chelsea on TV?

Unfortunately, this game will not be broadcast live in the UK.

This is because the original clash before it was postponed was not selected for TV coverage.

Can I buy Chelsea tickets?

Chelsea have been BANNED from selling matchday tickets.

Currently only existing ticket holders can attend games, the club shop will close, and any transfer activity has been suspended.

Season ticket holders will not be affected too as they've already purchased the tickets for the games.

Chelsea have been given the status of a "significant cultural asset", meaning that they will still be allowed to play the games – but there will be some large voids in Stamford Bridge's 41,837 capacity.

Chelsea have 28,000 season ticket holders for Stamford Bridge.

Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries said Blues fans will "obviously" be impacted but assured them their fixtures and tickets are safe.

She said: "Football clubs are cultural assets and the bedrock of our communities. We're committed to protecting them."

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