Coming off a dominant 8-0 thrashing of Aston Villa, Chelsea is red-hot and has Norwich City in its sights.
The London club still has plenty to prove to fans, with manager Rafael Benitez and star striker Fernando Torres yet to win over the Blues faithful.
Still, their attack has been strong, especially in recent weeks. Chelsea ranks second in the English Premier League with 36 goals, with Torres leading the charge.
Norwich, on the other hand, has been one of the worst teams in attack. The team rank tied for 14th in the Premier League in goals scored.
What has kept Norwich afloat in the Premier League has been their defense, which leads the Premier League in both tackles and interceptions. With keepers John Ruddy and his injury replacement Mark Bunn, Norwich has posted five clean sheets.
Norwich will have a tough task travelling to Chelsea's home pitch, but they have much to play for. Currently tied with Liverpool and Stoke City with 25 points in the Premier League, they have a chance to advance significantly in the standings.
Here is when and where you can catch this exciting Premier League match.
When: Wednesday, December 26 10:00 a.m. ET
Where: Stamford Bridge, Fulham, London
Live Stream: Foxsoccer2go
Stars to Watch
He might still be fighting to gain the fans' support, but Fernando Torres is one of the best strikers in the world at his best.
Torres has shown glimpses of his former greatness, especially in recent weeks. He leads the Chelsea attack with seven goals, despite having taken just 38 shots.
With his tremendous skill, Torres is always on the verge of making a spectacular play. Against an overmatched Norwich club, he should have plenty of opportunities.
The Norwich striker is well off his scoring pace of last season, but he remains one of Norwich's top players.
He caused a stir in the offseason with his desire to be transferred, but Holt remains in Norwich and he remains its top scorer.
Norwich should be able to defend Chelsea competently. If they hope to take this match, they will need Holt and the attack to step up.
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