Chelsea vs Arsenal: How to watch London derby on TV, live stream and kick off time of Premier League game
In the current game week of the Premier League, Arsenal travels to west London to take on Chelsea. For the first time in many years, Arsenal enters the game as favourites in one of the most anticipated games this weekend.
Both teams have won on a continental level in the last week. Arsenal defeated FC Zurich to win their Europa League group, while Chelsea defeated Dinamo Zagreb 2-1 at Stamford Bridge to win their Champions League group.
Chelsea enters the game in inconsistent form despite winning their Champions League group. They haven’t won in their previous three Premier League games, falling 4-1 against Brighton last time out.
Arsenal come into the game in good form, and will be bolstered by the fact that they won their previous Premier League encounter, a 5-0 thrashing of Premier League newcomers Nottingham Forest.
If Arsenal wins this weekend, they will also shatter an almost 50-year-old record. They’ve won their past two games at Stamford Bridge, and they haven’t won three in a straight there since 1974.
When does Chelsea vs Arsenal kick off?
Kick off at Stamford Bridge is at 12pm on Sunday, November 6. This fixture last season saw Arsenal win 4-2, with former Chelsea academy player Eddie Nketiah bagging a brace for The Gunners.
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Is the game onTV?
Yes. In a slightly unusual move, Chelsea vs Arsenal is being broadcast on BT Sport. BT Sport rarely pick up Sunday matches in the Premier League. The game will be on BT Sport 1, with build up starting at 11:30am. People can live stream the game on the BT Sport app, which is accessible via phone, tablet, laptop and console.
How to sign up to BT Sport
Fans wishing to watch Chelsea v Arsenal on BT Sport can purchase a monthly pass. The pass gets you a month of BT Sport, contract free. It’s a £25 per month rolling contract with no up front fee required and can be cancelled at any time.
Another option is the ‘Big Sport package’. This package gives you access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, Eurosport one and two and of course all BT Sport channels. It costs £41 a month and is a 24-month contract with £30 to be paid up front.
And finally, the cheapest option is the simply named ‘Sport’ package. This costs £16 a month with £30 up front and is a 24-month contract. Included is All BT Sport channels plus BoxNation, a recordable TV box and instant access to the BT Sport app.