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Chelsea vs Liverpool: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news and prediction



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Chelsea will be looking to get back to winning ways against Liverpool following their loss to Aston Villa on Saturday.

They were beaten 2-0 at home by Aston Villa, leaving them in 11th place in the Premier League, and with their Champions League qualification hopes in tatters.

Goals from from Ollie Watkins and John McGinn meant the Blues endured a miserable return to club football following a run of four unbeaten games before the international break.

It proved to be Potter’s final game in charge after Chelsea opted to axe the 47-year-old and put Bruno Saltor in charge on an interim basis while a permanent successor is found.

READ MORE: How the Chelsea players reacted when they found out Graham Potter had been axed

The west London side will play host to fellow Premier League strugglers Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, with Jurgen Klopp’s Reds suffering three defeats in a row to Real Madrid, Bournemouth and Manchester City.

“They are going through a tough season, but they have top players,” said Saltor on Klopp and Liverpool. “We need to be ready.”

Liverpool currently sit in eighth place in the league, with Chelsea lumbering in 11th. Both sides remain seven and 11 points adrift of Champions League qualification respectively.

Here is all the information for the league encounter:

Date, kick-off-time and location

The Premier League clash between Chelsea and Liverpool will kick-off at 8pm (UK) on Tuesday 4th April 2023, with the game being played at Stamford Bridge, London

How to watch Chelsea vs Liverpool

For those based in the United Kingdom, it will be available to watch live on Sky Sports.

Chelsea team news to face Liverpool

Edouard Mendy (finger), Thiago Silva (knee) and Cesar Azpilicueta (knee) all missed Saturday’s defeat and are likely to be absent once again.

Raheem Sterling and Wesley Fofana were both absent for the loss but could return to the side after narrowly missing out on selection. The pair, alongside Mendy, were all in training.

N’Golo Kante returned to first-team action against Villa for the first time in seven months following hamstring surgery and could get more minutes under his belt on Tuesday.

Mason Mount was an unused substitute against Aston Villa following injury and will be in contention for the game against Liverpool.


Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool