Chelsea will have to prepare for hectic fixtures as the Premier League broadcasters reportedly reached an agreement on provisional dates for Premier League and FA Cup matches.
The Canaries will host the Saints in a 6pm kick-off on Friday 19 June, with the game being shown live on Sky Sports.
The first full round of fixtures will begin with Norwich v Southampton at 6pm on Friday 19 June. Liverpool's home game against Palace on 24 June is set to be played at Anfield.
He told Sky Sports: "From our point of view we are not in any of the other competitions so we have got nine games to concentrate on picking up as many points and try and get into the Champions League spots".
Palace's trip to Anfield will kick off at 8:15 p.m.
Liverpool will however have to wait until Monday to find out if their match against Everton will be staged at Goodison Park or if a neutral venue will be required.
Jurgen Klopp's team had been due to travel to face their neighbours at Goodison on March 16, but that game, in which a win would have left Liverpool needing just one more victory to claim the title, was postponed due to the Premier League suspending all fixtures three days earlier due to the coronavirus crisis.
That has been disputed by the club, who said they have engaged with supporters' groups to make sure social-distancing guidelines are followed.
The English top flight will restart behind closed doors on 17 June after a three-month hiatus with two matches: Aston Villa v Sheffield United (6pm kick-off) and Manchester City v Arsenal (8.15pm).
"I am delighted we are able to take another positive step towards the season returning in just under two weeks' time", he added.
"With live sport on hold for over two months", Sky Sports managing director Rob Webster said, "we've spent a lot of time thinking about how we broadcast in new ways to bring fans together, even if they can't meet up to watch the match".