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Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur live stream: time, TV channels, lineups, how to watch Premier League online

Tottenham Hotspur have a 10 point lead over Chelsea, and will try and keep it that way with a trip to Stamford Bridge.

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Tottenham Hotspur continue a brutal stretch of matches that began with a loss at Burnley four days ago. Today, the journey doesn’t get any less difficult as they travel to Stamford Bridge to play Chelsea in the Premier League.

Spurs beat the Blues 3-1 here last season — their first win at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era. This season Spurs have won two of the three meetings against Chelsea — a 3-1 win at Wembley Stadium, and a 1-0 win in the first leg of the League Cup. Spurs have had the better season, but we’re in crunch time now, and while Spurs were being talked about as title contenders as recently as four days ago, a few bad results could potentially threaten their stranglehold on third place.

Harry Kane is back, but Spurs will need to put together a very good match of football to come away with the three points today.



How to Watch

Date/time: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 | 3 p.m. (ET), 8 p.m. (UK)
Venue: Stamford Bridge, London, UK
TV: NBCSN (USA), BT Sport 1 (UK), TSN2 / RDS 1 (Canada), Optus / SBS (Australia), other listings at
Streaming: NBCSN (USA), fubo (free trial)
Radio: Audio streamed at UK - check local listings

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