Frank Lampard’s Chelsea take a trip to Norfolk, as they face newly-promoted Norwich City at Carrow Road on Saturday.

Lampard has yet to register a competitive victory since his return home to The Blues, with the latest outing being a nervy 1-1 draw at home to Leicester City.

The Stamford Bridge legend will be hoping for a different outcome at Carrow Road, with the boys in blue expected to take all three points back to South West London.

Ahead of the fixture, we have taken a look at the three previous results away to Norwich City, whilst Lampard was wearing the blue of Chelsea.

Norwich City 1-3 Chelsea, English Premier League 2013/2014

Despite the return of Jose Mourinho as manager, Chelsea were still without an away win since the start of the season.

However, that all changed when The Blues guaranteed victory inside the final five minutes of the game.

It was a bright start from Mourinho’s side when they opened the scoring inside four minutes.

It was Lampard who started the move as he lifted the ball over to Demba Ba, whose pass found Oscar for the first goal.

However, a period of good play from The Canaries in the second half earned themselves a deserved equaliser through Anthony Pilkington.

It seemed like Norwich City were going to hold on but the recently departed Eden Hazard capitalised on a botched clearance to poke the ball beyond goalkeeper John Ruddy.

Then new signing Willian (one of only two survivors of the current squad) capped off his debut from the bench to neatly curl in his effort to confirm the win.

Norwich City 0-1 Chelsea, English Premier League 2012/2013

This was the season that Lampard broke club records but it was also a season of uncertainty under Rafael Benitez but the Spaniard preferred John Obi Mikel for the game at Carrow Road despite his involvement in the 8-0 throbbing of Aston Villa the game previously.

It was a somewhat cagey affair that only saw the one goal, despite chances for either sides.

However, it was former blue and then Chelsea Player of the Year Juan Mata who brought the game to life before half-time with a marvellous curling effort, which bounced in off the post.

The Blues remained untroubled apart from an injury time scare when Sebastien Bassong bounced his header over the bar.

Norwich City 0-0 Chelsea, English Premier League 2011/2012

Another manager and another period of uncertainty for Lampard as Andre Villas-Boas took the reins at The Bridge.

Despite his preference of younger players, Lampard did start the goalless draw at Carrow Road, but had to be helped off before half-time with a calf injury.

The Blues started the game well with Fernando Torres coming close to opening the scoring.

That’s as far as it went, as Chelsea failed to make up ground against the top three as Torres made it 17 games without a goal in all competitions.

By Darion Westwood