Chelsea are taking on Brighton at the Amex this evening and the Blues will begin their season with a couple of new faces among their rank.
Kai Havertz and Timo Werner are the two new signings starting the game and Brighton will have their hands full against the duo bought from the Bundesliga. For Brighton it’s a debut for Adam Lallana, their big-name signing of the summer.
Follow all the action below following the conclusion of Sheffield United vs Wolves:
Kick off: Ben White makes his Premier League debut after joining Brighton from Leeds in the summer. The Seagulls get the match started and win a throw in on the right.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 20:16
Brighton host Chelsea for the second time in over a fortnight. The pre-match friendly finished 1-1 as did Chelsea’s last official visit here last year.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 20:13
Frank Lampard talks Sky Sports through Chelsea’s new signings, Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, he said:
Michael Jones14 September 2020 20:10
Kai Havertz makes his Premier League debut for Chelsea tonight, will he live up to the hype?
Michael Jones14 September 2020 20:02
That defeat means that Sheffield United have lost four consecutive Premier League games for the first time.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:58
We’ll bring you all the reaction from Bramall Lane, but our focus is shifting to Brighton vs Chelsea, kicking off at 8.15pm. Here’s a remainder of the teams:
Brighton XI: Ryan; White, Webster, Dunk; Lamptey, Lallana, Bissouma, Alzate, March; Maupay, Trossard.
Chelsea XI: Kepa; James, Christensen, Zouma, Alonso; Jorginho, Kanté, Loftus-Cheek; Havertz, Mount, Werner.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:56
90+5 mins: The final whistle goes and Wolves are the victors at Bramall Lane. Two quickfire goals inside of the first seven minutes put Wolves in the ascendancy and they never waivered from there. Sheffield United showed a bit of fight in the second half but they couldn’t break through Wolves’ defence.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:54
90+3 mins: Wolves are trying to run down the clock. Passing the ball around and holding it up. The Blades win the ball and whip it quickly into the box from the right. McBurnie wins the header and Saiss heads it off the line!
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:50
90 mins: Another Traore shot from range is blocked by O’Connell and Wolves win another corner. There will be five minutes of stoppage time.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:48
88 mins: Wolves have all their men defending deep. They want this clean sheet. Fleck sends a corner in for the Blades and Egan wins the header but he puts it wide.
Michael Jones14 September 2020 19:46