Chelsea vs Arsenal live stream and how to watch the Premier League online
Arsenal head to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night hoping to put the pressure on in the race for Champions League football. Can the Gunners return to winning ways after three defeats in a row, or will Chelsea show why they've made third place their own? Make sure you know how to watch a Chelsea vs Arsenal live stream in 4K and wherever you are.
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Arsenal had looked nailed on for fourth place after winning five in a row, but four defeats in the five games since beating Leicester at home have thrown the race for a top-four place wide open. The Gunners lost the reverse fixture 2-0 back in August, when Mikel Arteta's side briefly found themselves propping up the Premier League table, and another loss here would hand arch-rivals Spurs the advantage with just six games to go.
Chelsea secured their place in another FA Cup final by beating Crystal Palace at Wembley on Sunday, but their most recent home form is decidedly under par. Defeats to Brentford and Real Madrid mean the Blues face the prospect of losing three home games on the bounce for the first time since 1993. The winners in the third of those three? Arsenal.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST (2.45pm ET) on Wednesday 20th April. Read on to find out on how to watch a Chelsea vs Arsenal live stream, wherever you are in the world, on TV, online and on mobile.
Chelsea and Arsenal could not be approaching their midweek Premier League meeting in more different moods.
Thomas Tuchel recently booked yet another ticket to cup final after a win over London rivals Crystal Palace while Arsenal head into the crunch clash on the back of three consecutive defeats.
Indeed, Mikel Arteta is at risk of seeing a hugely promising season crumble and faces a difficult task of stopping the rot against the European and world champions at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea, meanwhile, have managed to keep up their impressive record of making major plays of silverware even despite all of the uncertainty off the field.
Chelsea host Arsenal in the Premier League on Wednesday and the Blues will be hoping to capitalise on their winning momentum from the FA Cup semi-final.
The Blues beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at Wembley to secure a final against Liverpool in May but it wasn’t all good news.
Hello and welcome to football.london's live coverage of Chelsea's Premier League match with Arsenal this evening. It's a match that is set to have huge implications on this season's top four race, with the Blues looking to cement a spot while the Gunners are aiming to turn around their recent woes.
Chelsea comes into this evening's encounter at Stamford Bridge off the back of three straight victories in all competitions, including the weekend's FA Cup semi-final win against Crystal Palace. Meanwhile, Arsenal have been beaten in their last three games - with Mikel Arteta determined to get his side back to winning ways as they chase a spot in next season's UEFA Champions League.
The reverse result earlier in the season saw Chelsea come out 2-0 victors thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Reece James at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal will be looking for revenge this evening against their London rivals as they look to apply more pressure on Tottenham, who don't play until Saturday.
The Blues, who look to be approaching their changing of the guard in the boardroom, will want to turn in a statement performance against the Gunners after their FA Cup endeavours over the weekend.
With an FA Cup final berth secured once more, a silverware finish for the Blues looms - but their efforts against a stubborn Crystal Palace were a lower class than Liverpool's work to blow Manchester City away.
That suggests that there is work to be done for Thomas Tuchel, and the German will have his work cut out against a rival who want to take them down to boost their own Champions League prospects.
There could be some much needed good news for Arsenal ahead of tonight’s crucial clash with Chelsea as Alexandre Lacazette and Takehiro Tomiyasu push for returns.
Lacazette has been suffering from Covid-19, while Tomiyasu has been out since January due to a calf problem. Arsenal were assessing the pair on Tuesday and they could return for the trip to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.
“With Laca, we are assessing him today to see if he is available with the team,” said manager Mikel Arteta.
“Obviously, as you all know, he had Covid, so he has been away for a few days. We just try to get his feeling and where he is at, and if he could contribute somehow with the team. eewrre gjhgjghjghj fgdfgdfg