Full time: Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
Full time: Chelsea 0-0 Norwich City
17:56: A draw that helps neither side. Chelsea miss out on going top of the Premier League and leaves them a point behind Manchester City and Liverpool having played a game more. Norwich's relegation battle goes on but they need Sunderland to lose their final two games to stand any chance of staying up.
Well it's been a strange weekend all in all where we've seen Cardiff and Fulham go down while Manchester city's grip on the title has tighened. We'll be back tomorrow with Crystal Palace v Liverpool but until then goodbye.
Full time: Chelsea 0-0 Norwich City
17:49: Chance for Norwich in the first minute of added time. Bradley Johnson flicks on from a long throw and Schwarzer makes the easiest of saves.
17:48: Three minutes added on at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea's title hopes dieing here....
17:44: Five minutes plus stoppage time left at Stamford Bridge and Jose Mourinho is facing a third successive game without a win at home. Norwich look happy with a point even if it relies on Sunderland dropping points in their final two games.
17:38: Chelsea open Norwich up for the first time in around 10 minutes. Hazard commits three Norwich defenders and Ruddy is forced to beat out his effort from 20 yards. Torres' follow-up effort goes hopelessly over the bar.
17:34: Fernando Torres on for Chelsea now as they look to keep their title hopes alive. Norwich looking solid at the back and in the form of Redmond are creating much more going forward.
17:31: Redmond has made an immediate impact and he creates the first real chance of the game for Norwich. The former Birmingham man feeds Robert Snodgrass but when the Scot goes through he is denied by a terrific block. Chelsea survive.
17:28: Change for Norwich as Nathan Redmond replaces Elmander. Just over 20 minutes remaining.
17:26: Chelsea's possession continues to abate but Norwich are holding firm at the back. Luiz sweeps a half-volley over the bar in a desperate attempt to put his side in the lead. Norwich offering nothing in attack with Johan Elmander a lonely man up front.
17:20: Norwich are being totally swamped by Chelsea here as the Blues look to storm into the lead. The Canaries would take a point at this stage in normal circumstances but need all three to keep their Premier League status.
17:17: Neil Swarbrick at the centre of things again but it looks like the referee has got it spot on. Hazard is wipped out by Ryan Bennett in what seems like a certain penalty but the official has called it back for an earlier offside.
17:13: Should Chelsea now have a penalty? Alex Tetty in on Andre Schurrle and the German goes down. Didn't seem like the Norwich midfielder got much of the ball there either.
17:07: Three minutes in and Chelsea inches away from taking the lead. Hazard keeps the ball in the corner and his pull back to Ivanovic, whose lay off to David Luiz sees the Brazilian hit it first time and the ball crashes off the crossbar.
17:02: Second half under way at Stamford Bridge. Eden Hazard and David Luiz on for Frank Lampard and Mohamed Salah for Chelsea.
17:00: The pre-season theme continues in the Premier League in their dier encounter between two teams supposedly ith much to play for. Chelsea have lacked ideas and have been frustrated by a dogged Norwich defence, while Neil Adams' side have looked decent and could have had a penalty after John Terry cleared out Jonas Olsson.
Half time: Chelsea 0-0 Norwich City
16:46: Two minutes of added time at Stamford Bridge.
16:33: Jose Mourinho's men have been a bit limp in the opening 30 minutes but they almost burst into the lead as Schurle comes in off the left, curls on towards the far post but sees the effort comes back off the upright.
16:24: It's been a good start from Norwich this but a chance for Chelsea at the other end as John Terry rises highest from a Willian corner but heads straight at John Ruddy.
16:13: Norwich want a penalty and they have case. Bradley Johnson feeds Martin Olsson who gets in behind Cole and Cahill and is cleaned out after getting the first touch. Referee Neil Swarbrick waves away the appeal and the television replays make it look a costly decision from a Norwich point of view.
16:05: Opening for Chelsea in the opening moments as Demba Ba's heavy touch finds Schurrle, but the German but the Senegal forward sidefoots the ball straight at Schwarzer.
16:00: Under way at Stamford Bridge.
15:56: Teams on their way in west London. Chelsea fighting for the title, Norwich battling for their Premier League lives. Big stakes afternoon.
15:50: Cesar Azpilicueta is replaced by Ashley Cole in the Chelsea back four. Nemanja Matic is back in but Eden Hazard is on the bench after some media jousting between him and manager Jose Mourinho. Demba Ba starts up front.
Norwich know they need two wins at least from their final two matches to avoid relegation and Johan Elmander begins up top ahead of Gary Hooper and Ricky van Wolfswinkel.
Chelsea v Norwich City
Chelsea: Schwarzer, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Cole, Lampard, Matic, Salah, Willian, Schurrle, Ba.
Norwich City: Ruddy, Martin, R Bennett, Turner, Whittaker, Tettey, Snodgrass, Johnson, Howson, Olsson, Elmander.
15:27: A fourth straight win for Arsenal and that puts the cherry on securing Champions League qualification yesterday. West Brom's relegation fears continue but they could be ended if Norwich lose at Chelsea in our final game of the weekend. All the build-up on the way.
Full time: Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
15:18: Berahino takes a tumble unchallenged to sum up West Brom's day. There will be three added minutes at the Emirates.
15:13: Less than five minutes to go and West Brom are throwing everything at trying to find an equaliser. Successive corners come to nothing however.
15:04: The Gunners continue to spurn chances to secure all the points here as Podolski hits the post as West Brom fail to clear Ozil's cross. Can West Brom take advantage?
15:01: Arsenal should really double their lead here. Giroud flicks the ball on and Ozil bares down on goal but only shoots wide. Very poor effort.
14:59: Well that is a chance for West Brom as Amalfitano gets in behind, and Szczesny smoothers the effort.
14:58: After an entertaining first half, both Arsenal and West Brom has transformed into pre-season mode at the Emirates. Neither showing much intent in front of goal and prefering to enjoy the sun.
14:48: Very little to report in the early moments at the Emirates here. Sagna ends a West Brom break lead by Berahino in its infancy before Arsenal get in a mess in the Baggies penalty area and Ozil losses it.
14:33: Under way in the second half at the Emirates.
14:24: Forgive my cynical approach at the start of the afternoon, but with these two's league seasons all-but over I predicted a bit of a snooze in the sun at the Emirates. Arsenal are anything but keen on turning their full attention to the FA Cup final and lead through Olivier Giroud's early goal. West Brom, who need a win to guarentee survival but could be safe later this afternoon, have shown glimmers of intent and could have a second half goal in them.
Half time: Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion
14:17: Two added minutes at the Emirates Stadium
14:04: West Brom displaying a little bit of threat as we pass the half-hour mark. First James Morrison tests Szczesny from range as the Pole flaps at the effort before Berahino curls over the bar after Ozil id dispossed. Now Foster denies a close range volley from Cazorla. Decent game so far.
13:56: Arsenal threatening to pull away here. Flamini is played in by Cazorla but his cut back to clesr by Ben Foster before Cazorla attempts an ambitious volley which flies over the bar.
13:46: All too easy for Arsenal and they take the lead after 14 minutes. Cazorla's corner from the left is into the near post and Giroud escapes the attention of Craig Dawson and heads firmly into the bottom of the net.
Goal: Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion (Olivier Giroud)
13:44: Since that early chance Arsenal have taken the initiative and they almost hit the front when Ozil tees up Cazorla, but Mulumbu blocks the Spaniard's effort.
13:38: First chance goes to West Brom. The ball fortunately runs its way through to Saido Berahino, who cuts in but Mertesacker gets acrss to ensure Szczesny has the easy task to palm away his effort.
13:35: Very friendly, happy atmosphere at the Emirates this afternoon. A taster of how important this game ranks in the grand scheme of things.
13:30: Under way at the Emirates Stadium.
13:28: Both teams are out at the Emirates Stadium, which is decked in sunshine - as has most of the country this weekend. Kick-off on the way.
13:26: Quick look at both teams where Arsenal rest Aaron Ramsey. Nacho Monreal continues at left-back and Mesut Ozil also starts. For West Brom, Craig Dawson and Chris Brunt are forced to fill-in at left back. Saido Berrahino and Stephane Sessegnon start in an attack-minded line-up.
13:21: With the financial power of newly promoted Leicester City, West Brom must surely be looking over their shoulder ahead of next season. Pepe Mel has pulled the club out of trouble it seems but is he the man to take the club forward and ensure this time next term, they aren't in the same position?
13:10: We saw yesterday how games can be affected when there is little up for grabs, and our first game this afternoon threatens to be undermined by such an issue. Arsenal will finish in the top four for a 17th consective season and with the FA Cup final coming up against Hull City, players will be keen to avoid injury ahead of the Wembley trip. West Brom are not safe yet, but know that regardless of the result here today, defeat for Norwich at Chelsea will cement their Premier League status. This game could go either way.
Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion
Arsenal: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Flamini, Arteta, Cazorla, Ozil, Podolski, Giroud.
West Bromwich Albion: Foster, Dawson, Lugano, Olsson, Brunt, Amalfitano, Mulumbu, Morrison, Dorrans, Sessegnon, Berahino
13:00: Even after Manchester City's win at Everton, does the Premier League title still have legs? Chelsea, despite being constantly written off, can go top of the table with one game remaining and ahead of Liverpool's trip to Crystal Palace. The Blues' opponents Norwich City are fighting for their lives and defeat today will all but end their top flight status. Elsewhere, we have Arsenal - who secured Champions League qualification yesterday after Everton's defeat, against a West Brom team who are two points from guarenteeing survival.