Chelsea face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, and all the details of how to watch the match have been revealed.
Graham Potter takes charge of his first Premier League game since becoming Chelsea head coach when he succeeded Thomas Tuchel.
The 47-year-old drew his first game in charge of Chelsea which came in a 1-1 draw against RB Salzburg in the Champions League prior to the international break.
Chelsea have not been in league action since the start of September when they claimed all three points over West Ham due to their clashes against Fulham and Liverpool being called off due to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
Potter will want to get his first win on Saturday, with a London derby the perfect time to do it, and the Englishman knows it is his job to increase the confidence and deliver the results.
“They are top players and are working hard for each other,” Potter said of the group following his first game in charge.
“There is a nice spirit in the group, but they are disappointed because results haven't gone as well as they'd like, which is normal, and you can feel that disappointment and frustration.
"But it's my job to help them get the results they want, that we all want. Today is not the best start in terms of points for us but in terms of how we acted on the pitch as a group, lots of positives."
Looking ahead to the clash in the capital, here are all the details on how to watch the encounter on Saturday 1st October (UK).
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Eastern time: 10:00 EDT
Pacific time: 07:00 PDT
How To Watch
The game will not be available to watch live in the United Kingdom.
For those in the United States, the game can be watched on USA Network.
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