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Chelsea v Spurs – how to watch, team news, key information

Sat 22 January 2022, 18:59|Tottenham Hotspur

We meet Chelsea for the third time already this year as we travel to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League on Sunday (kick-off 4.30pm UK).

Having come up short in each of our three matches against the Blues so far this season, including a 2-0 reverse at the Bridge just a couple of weeks ago in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final, we’ll be aiming for a good result ahead of the winter break.

Here’s all you need to know...

How can I watch the game?

All the action will be shown live from Stamford Bridge in the UK on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event. Kick-off is at 4.30pm UK time.

BBC Radio 5 Live will broadcast live commentary, while you can also follow the game via our popular Match Centre here on the website and app, which features live text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats.

If you’re supporting us from overseas, check out the worldwide broadcast listings to see if the match is being shown in your area.

You can also join our official Watchalong on Twitch – the stream starts at 3.30pm UK.

How will the teams line up?

Eric Dier is back available for selection after missing our last four matches through injury and illness.

However, Antonio Conte has two further injury concerns in the wake of the midweek win at Leicester City – he will make decisions on the involvement of those players before the game.

Heung-Min Son remains out while Cristian Romero is closing in on fitness after his hamstring injury.

Defender Trevoh Chalobah is back in training for Chelsea, but they remain without Ben Chilwell, Andreas Christensen and Reece James.

Goalkeeper Edouard Mendy is on international duty with Senegal at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Who is the referee and what colours will the teams be playing in?

Sunday’s game will be refereed by Paul Tierney, along with assistants Lee Betts and Constantine Hatzidakis.

The fourth official will be Andy Madley, while VAR will be looked after by Darren England and assistant Adam Nunn.

We’ll play in our home kit of Lilywhite shirts with navy shorts and navy socks, while Chelsea will play in blue shirts, blue shorts and white socks.

Our goalkeeper will wear green, with Chelsea’s in orange.

What will the weather be like?

It’ll be cloudy for Sunday’s game, with temperatures at around six degrees.

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