World news – GB – Chelsea vs Liverpool:TV channel, live stream, kick-off and team news


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LIVERPOOL continue their title defence against Chelsea after narrowly beating Leeds 4-3 in the opening game of the season.

Chelsea also got off to winning ways after defeating Brighton 3-1 earlier in the week, both teams will be gunning for three points in this clash which could prove vital towards the end of the season.

Non Sky subscribers can buy a day pass to stream the match for £9.99 on NOW TV.

Sky have the rights to 64 matches this season, and 25 of these will be shown for free.

Ben Chilwell arrived at Stamford Bridge with an ankle injury and is unlikely to feature on Sunday.

On his first game for the Blues, Hakim Ziyech sustained a slight twist to the knee and will possibly be sidelined ’til the end of the month.

Timo Werner played his first match with a knock, but Blues boss Lampard is hopeful that he’ll fully recover in time for the Liverpool clash.

New signing Thiago Alcantara is available for an instant debut, having been registered in time to play at Stamford Bridge.

And the former Bayern Munich ace could slot straight into the starting XI for the crunch game.

Fellow new boy Diogo Jota – who signed from Wolves on Saturday – will not be available in time for the match.

Kostas Tsimikas has been forced to isolate after testing positive for COVID-19, but he is now back in training and should be available in time for the Chelsea match.

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