Everton vs Chelsea: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time – Premier League latest

CHELSEA travel to Everton this weekend in a fixture that arguably holds far greater significance for former boss Frank Lampard than current manager Thomas Tuchel.

Lampard's Everton are sitting in 18th in the Premier League but they have two games in hand over relegation rivals Burnley.

Chelsea represent a very tough task for Lampard's side, however, as they're looking to wrap up a top four finish before their FA Cup final with Liverpool in May.

Lampard is under immense pressure having lost 2-0 in the Merseyside Derby with the Reds last weekend.

And fans will be anxious to secure safety, but Everton have struggled to score or pick up vital wins in the last two months.

Thomas Tuchel will be keen for Chelsea to try and put the game to bed as quickly as possible, but could be in for a noisy afternoon at Goodison Park.


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What time does Everton vs Chelsea kick-off?

  • Chelsea's big clash with Everton will get going from 2pm UK time on Sunday, May 1.
  • The game will take place at Goodison Park.
  • Chelsea drew their first fixture with Everton 1-1 earlier this season.

What TV channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Everton vs Chelsea will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.
  • You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV app, both of which are available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

Team news

Thomas Tuchel spoke about who would be available for Chelsea's clash with Man Utd on Thursday.

But it remains to be seen who from the following group will be available for Sunday's game against Everton.

Tuchel said: "Kovacic, Chilwell and Hudson-Odoi will be out.

"Rudiger and Reece James were in training yesterday, hopefully they will give us another training session for the greenlight tomorrow. Same with Andreas who was sick, we hope. Ross Barkley is sick and won't be in."

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  • Everton – 15/4
  • Draw – 5/2
  • Chelsea – 3/4

*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.

  • Joe Adams

    Tuchel critical of forwards

    Tuchel was left frustrated at Old Trafford after his side failed to convert a multitude of chances.

    Reece James hit the post, but it was Havertz and Werner who were most guilty of wasting opportunities. Tuchel explained he did not want to point fingers but admitted his forwards “lacked determination” against Manchester United.

    Will the pair keep their place this afternoon?

    Pulisic’s late winner against West Ham may see the American get a chance from the start. Meanwhile, Lukaku could also be drafted in.

    .Credit: AP
  • Joe Adams

    Good afternoon from Goodison Park

    Welcome to SunSport’s live coverage of this afternoon’s blockbuster battle between Everton and Chelsea in the Premier League.

    Frank Lampard’s side have entered desperate times after slipping into the bottom three following last week’s Merseyside derby defeat. This afternoon they face third-placed Chelsea who have looked good on the road lately, scoring 14 goals across their last four Premier League away matches. However, Toffees fans may hold out some hope for today having won their last three matches against Chelsea at Goodison Park.

    The action is scheduled for 14:00 here in Merseyside and we will bring you team information shortly as part of our build-up to kick off.

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