Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: Where to watch, what time, how to stream, odds, form, and more

Crystal Palace face another London derby this weekend as they travel to Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea.

Roy Hodgson’s men put in a spirited performance as they came from behind to earn a point at home to Unai Emery’s Arsenal last weekend, but those spirits were dampened following their midweek cup loss to Middlesbrough.

A weakened Chelsea meanwhile were made to work hard for their 3-2 win over Frank Lampard’s Derby in the EFL Cup, but the regulars were in full flow last weekend as they breezed past Burnley with a 4-0 victory to keep the pressure on leaders Manchester City.


Chelsea vs Derby – player ratings





1/22 Willy Caballero – 7

2/22 Davide Zappacosta – 9

3/22 Gary Cahill – 5

4/22 Andreas Christensen – 6

5/22 Emerson Palmieri – 5

6/22 N’Golo Kante – 7

7/22 Cesc Fabregas – 8

8/22 Mateo Kovacic – 6

9/22 Ruben Loftus-Cheek – 7

10/22 Alvaro Morata – 6

11/22 Willian – 7

12/22 Scott Carson – 6

13/22 Jayden Bogle – 7

14/22 Richard Keogh – 5

15/22 Fikayo Tomori – 4

16/22 Scott Malone – 5

17/22 Martyn Waghorn – 8

18/22 Harry Wilson – 6

19/22 Tom Huddlestone – 7

20/22 Mason Mount – 7

21/22 Tom Lawrence – 6

22/22 Jack Marriott – 8

1/22 Willy Caballero – 7

2/22 Davide Zappacosta – 9

3/22 Gary Cahill – 5

4/22 Andreas Christensen – 6

5/22 Emerson Palmieri – 5

6/22 N’Golo Kante – 7

7/22 Cesc Fabregas – 8

8/22 Mateo Kovacic – 6

9/22 Ruben Loftus-Cheek – 7

10/22 Alvaro Morata – 6

11/22 Willian – 7

12/22 Scott Carson – 6

13/22 Jayden Bogle – 7

14/22 Richard Keogh – 5

15/22 Fikayo Tomori – 4

16/22 Scott Malone – 5

17/22 Martyn Waghorn – 8

18/22 Harry Wilson – 6

19/22 Tom Huddlestone – 7

20/22 Mason Mount – 7

21/22 Tom Lawrence – 6

22/22 Jack Marriott – 8

What time does it start?

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace kicks off at 4pm (BST).

Where can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League from 3:30pm and on the Main Event channel from 3:45pm. The match will also be available on Now TV by grabbing a Sky Sports Day Pass for just £7.99.

Highlights will be shown at 10:30pm on BBC One.

Player to watch…

Ross Barkley: The 24-year-old put in a stellar display for the Blues with a goal and two assists at Turf Moor last weekend. The former Everton man scored for the third game in a row, the first Englishman to do so for the FA Cup holders since Frank Lampard in February 2013. He will be looking to put in another match-winning performance this weekend to carry on his impressive form.  

Form guide…

Chelsea: WWDWWW

Crystal Palace: WLLLDL

Odds…

Chelsea to win: 6/25

Crystal Palace to win: 23/2

Draw: 27/5

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