Is Arsenal Vs Chelsea On TV? Kick-Off Time, Match Odds And Team News

Is Arsenal Vs Chelsea On TV? Kick-Off Time, Match Odds And Team News

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal take on Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea in an all-English affair in the United States, as both sides look to end their pre-season tour with a victory

Arsenal and Chelsea go head-to-head in the United States in the final game of their respective pre-season tours, as both sides ramp up their preparations for the upcoming 2022/23 campaign by competing in the Florida Cup final.

The Gunners have enjoyed a 100% winning start to pre-season with victories over Ipswich Town and FC Nurnberg earlier this month, before flying out to the USA and defeating Everton and, most recently, Orlando City 3-1 on Thursday.

As for the Blues, their first tests this summer came as part of their trip across the pond, where they have since beaten Mexican side Club America 2-1, before losing 5-3 on penalties to MLS outfit Charlotte following a 1-1 draw in midweekContinue Reading

When is Arsenal vs Chelsea?

Arsenal vs Chelsea will kick-off at 1am (BST) on Sunday, July 24 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

The last meeting between these two sides came back in April, when the Gunners grabbed a crucial 4-2 victory over the Blues at Stamford Bridge in this Premier League encounter.

Eddie Nketiah opened the scoring after 13 minutes, only for Timo Werner to level things up just four minutes later. Emile Smith Rowe restored Arsenal’s lead in the 27th minute, yet Chelsea replied once more through Cesar Azpilcueta before half-time. However, Nketiah grabbed his second of the game in the second half, before Bukayo Saka’s 90th minute penalty wrapped up the points.

Will Arsenal continue their winning start to pre-season with a victory over Chelsea? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

How to watch

The match will not be televised but both teams will be streaming the game on their individual club channels, with the action being shown on Arsenal’s website and their official app.

Alternatively, Chelsea will be streaming the action on their club website and their app ‘The 5th Stand’.

Team news

Mikel Arteta is likely to name a strong starting lineup here as Arsenal look to win this pre-season cup final, while the Spaniard will also be keen to work out his best possible team as the new season draws ever closer. However, he has a few injuries to contend with.

Emile Smith Rowe, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Kieran Tierney have not been involved in training due to injury and are expected to miss out here, although summer signing Fabio Vieira (foot) could be set to make his debut if he passes a late fitness test, as he continues to recover.

As for Thomas Tuchel, he is also likely to play his strongest side possible in order to end their pre-season tour on a high following their disappointing result against Charlotte in midweek, although he too has a number of injury concerns to contend with.

Timo Werner (hamstring), Ross Barkley (hamstring), Cesar Azpilicueta (knock) and Kepa Arrizabalaga (discomfort) were not involved in the defeat to Charlotte due to injury, with the quartet unlikely to feature here. Raheem Sterling could be in line for his first start, while Kalidou Koulibaly could also make his debut.

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