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Chelsea vs Tottenham: Live stream, TV channel and team news

Robert Worthington

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Chelsea vs Tottenham: Live stream, TV channel and team news

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Spurs travel across London later today to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge following opening round victories for both sides.

Thomas Tuchel's side weren’t particularly convincing at Everton, but they managed to walk away with all three points.

A Jorginho penalty late into first half stoppage was all that was needed on the day to overcome the Toffees.

As for Spurs, their performance against Southampton caught the attention of many.

After going 1-0 down, goals from Ryan Sessegnon, Eric Dier, Dejan Kulsevski, and an own goal by the Saint's Mohammed Salisu handed Spurs a 4-1 win.

Here’s everything you need to know about today's game.

Is Chelsea Vs. Tottenham on TV? Channel and live stream

The contest will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event this afternoon. The contest kick-off at 4.30PM BST, and coverage will start half an hour before

If you’re unable to watch the match, highlights will be able to be found on the Sky Sports YouTube channel.

Chelsea team news

Chelsea come into this fixture with a very clean injury record.

The only notable absentee will be Mateo Kovacic who has sustained an injury to his knee.

A first Premier League start could be handed to new recruit Marc Cucurella. He was only able to feature from the bench against Everton last week.

Kalidou Koulibaly will be available for selection despite being withdrawn last week due to his issues with cramp.

Tottenham team news

As for Spurs, they continue to be without Oliver Skipp and Clement Lenglet who missed the opening day contest with Southampton through injury.

A first appearance for Richarlison could be on the cards though.

Last time out, he was serving a suspension carrying over from his time with Everton. He’s likely to be on the bench for this one.

FPL fans will be hoping for a stronger return from Harry Kane after he failed to grab himself a goal or assist last week.

 



Topics: Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League

Robert Worthington
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