Chelsea vs Man City: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for huge Premier League clash

    THINGS don’t get easier for Graham Potter as his Chelsea side face title-chasing Manchester City in Premier League action.

    The Blues have registered just one win in six matches in the league and come into the clash off the back of a 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest.

    City also go into the game after the same result at home to Everton.

    SunSport have all the information ahead of the clash.

    When is Chelsea vs Manchester City?

    • Chelsea face Man City on Thursday, 5 January.
    • The clash will be held at Stamford Bridge.
    • Kick-off is expected to get underway from 8pm UK time.

    Where can I watch Chelsea vs Manchester City?

    • The clash will be televised on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
    • Fans with a Sky subscription can watch the match on the Sky Go app which is available for download on your mobile or tablet devices.

    Team news

    Long-term absentees N’Golo Kante and Armando Broja are nowhere near making a return to action for Chelsea.

    They are joined on the sidelines by Ben Chilwell, Reece James and Wesley Fofana – all of whom are unlikely to be anywhere near the matchday squad.

    Edouard Mendy also remains a doubt after suffering a shoulder injury.

    Aymeric Laporte and Ruben Dias are both unlikely to feature for City, which means Nathan Ake will probably start against his former club, who showed interest in him in the summer.

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    Julian Alvarez could play having returned to the squad following the 2022 World Cup win with Argentina.

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