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Chelsea v Arsenal: Premier League Live TV Channels, Streams, Time

LONDON, Sporting Alert – The English Premier League game of the week will come on Super Sunday when Chelsea play host to Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

Kickoff time for this game is 8:30 am ET and will be televised live on CNBC and streamed on NBC Sports Live.

Chelsea are the reigning champions and Antonio Conte believes his side is good enough repeat.

After losing the opening game of the season against Burnley, the Blues have been quite impressive and head into Sunday’s game seeking their fourth straight Premier League win.

Arsenal, in the meantime, are off to a shaky start after they won two and lost two this season to find themselves trailing the front-runners early.

Arsene Wenger’s side recovered from back-to-back defeats to crush Bournemouth 3-0 in the last league game before picking up another quality win in Europe on Thursday.

The Gunners can make a statement with a victory over Chelsea this weekend, but will have to beat the odds.

Chelsea have won their last five Premier League games at Stamford Bridge against Arsenal, including the 3-1 win in February.

Eden Hazard Chelsea forward
Eden Hazard of Chelsea FC celebrates after scoring a goal

Chelsea v Arsenal (8:30 am et)


Midfield playmaker Eden Hazard, who has scored in three of his last four home league games against Arsenal, is fully healthy again and could feature against the Gunners.

Hazard is now fully recovered from a fractured ankle and could make his first Chelsea start of the season.

Meanwhile, captain and leading center-back Gary Cahill could return to the starting lineup after impressing in the Champions League midweek.

For Arsenal, Alexis Sanchez could start after he impressed in midweek, while Alexandre Lacazette is expected come back into the team.

Forward Theo Walcott looks all set to miss out after sustaining a calf problem in the Europa League, while midfielder Francis Coquelin is out with a hamstring strain.

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