What channel is Chelsea vs Tottenham on? TV, live stream, kick off for Premier League game

Chelsea have won their last three Premier League meetings with Tottenham. Both sides are in fine form this season with Spurs second in the table on 18 points, with the Blues two points behind them.

What time does Chelsea vs Tottenham kick-off?

The Premier League match gets underway at 4.30pm GMT on Sunday, November 29.

What TV channel is Chelsea vs Tottenham on?

Live coverage from Stamford Bridge will be televised on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League throughout the UK.

How to live stream Chelsea vs Tottenham?

Existing customers can stream Chelsea vs Tottenham using the Sky Go app, which is available to download across mobiles, tablets, computers and games consoles.

However, there is also a way for non-subscription holders to watch the game.

Fans can purchase Sky Sports passes through NOW TV, which will provide access to Premier League coverage.

A daily pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass is available for £33.99.

What has been said?

Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard: “I’m not surprised, in anything in management.

“Because I think we all have similar jobs to do, and we all have to sit in these press conferences and we all have our personalities.

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“I’ve got respect for Jose as a manager and I think that’s just how it is.

“I didn’t take any offence to the talk of Antonio Conte’s system or whatever.

“I played that system clearly a lot differently when we did play it last year from how Conte would have done.

“Jose can have his opinions, it’s not a problem. I’ve got respect for him and it’s nothing contentious for me.”

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho: “When you are favourites, you know why.

“You have to accept that and you have to deal with that kind of pressure and responsibility.

“I was at clubs which were, let’s say, champions in the market because of their powerful investments.

“I had to deal with that pressure. So now it’s not for me to deal with that pressure, it’s for others.”

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