Chelsea vs Man City kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Chelsea’s form in recent weeks has been patchy, with just two wins from their last seven Premier League games.

They now welcome Manchester City to Stamford Bridge, though the fitness of Pep Guardiola’s side is not completely known after an outbreak of Covid-19 in their camp led to the postponement of their most recent match at Everton.

Before that, they were on a six-game unbeaten run, winning four of those and letting in just one goal in that time.

Both sides have 26 points so far this season, though City have played two fewer games than their west London rivals.

What time is Chelsea vs Man City?

The whistle is due to sound at Stamford Bridge at 4.30pm on Sunday.

Two other Premier League games are being played earlier in the day; Burnley vs Fulham at 12pm and Newcastle vs Leicester at 2.15pm.

Chelsea vs Man City TV channel and live stream

Olivier Giroud celebrates scoring for Chelsea
Olivier Giroud scored again for Chelsea last time out

Sky Sports’ Super Sunday will show all three of Sunday’s Premier League matches, including Chelsea vs Man City.

Coverage will be on the Main Event and Premier League channels from 4.15pm.

Those with the Sky or NOW TV apps can stream the game through whichever app they use to subscribe to Sky Sports.

Chelsea vs Man City odds

Man City players celebrate a goal
Man City beat Newcastle 2-0 in their most-recent Premier League outing

This ‘could’ be the game of the weekend. And it could really go either way. The odds are generous for any eventuality.

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Chelsea to bounce back after a couple of frustrating results is 15/8 with, a draw is 5/2 – but the best bet has to be 7/5 on a City victory.

It’s not often you get odds as generous as that on Pep Guardiola’s men, and after three wins in succession even the Covid-19 issues running through their squad shouldn’t stop you from jumping in!

Odds are courtesy of and subject to change.


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