Everton vs Chelsea kick-off time, TV and live stream details
Chelsea have really hit their stride in recent weeks, winning four of their last five league games.
The Blues go into this weekend third in the table, two points behind Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, and could go top if they beat Everton on Saturday with their rivals not playing until Sunday.
They’ve also found the net 25 times from their opening 11 Premier League games, a performance only bettered by the reigning champions.
Everton have stalled after an impressive start to the season and recorded a single victory in their last six Premier League fixtures.
What time is Everton vs Chelsea?
Everton vs Chelsea is the last of four top flight games to be played on Saturday, and will get underway at 8pm.
The big match of Saturday’s fixture list is the 5.30pm Manchester derby at Old Trafford.
Chelsea’s rivals – Spurs and Liverpool – go to Crystal Palace at 2.15pm and Fulham at 4.30pm respectively on Sunday.
Everton vs Chelsea TV channel and live stream
Fans will need to flick over to BT Sport 1 from 7.30pm to watch the action from Goodison Park.
Those who have BT Sport can also stream it through the broadcaster’s app.
Everton vs Chelsea odds
Only Jose Mourinho's Spurs are ahead of Frank Lampard's Chelsea* (*it's the law to refer to them by management) in the Premier League form table.
Only Arsenal, West Brom and Sheffield United lie below Everton.
Which explains why thepools.com make Chelsea odds on favourites to win at Goodison Park, 4/5, and Everton are a big 16/5 to recapture the form which symbolised their first few weeks of the season.
Of course Chelsea had a midweek match by way of preparation – but the Champions League dead rubber with Krasnodar hardly troubled them.
Everton will hope to welcome back influential skipper Seamus Coleman after injury, but the even more influential Lucas Digne is still missing and with Chelsea unbeaten since the second match of the season it's difficult to see anything other than an away win.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.
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