Is Chelsea vs Wolves on TV? Stream, kick-off time, team news for Premier League clash

    DIEGO COSTA gets his Chelsea homecoming as managerless Wolves travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday – and he will no doubt be given a fantastic reception.

    Bruno Lage was dismissed with Wolves sitting in the relegation zone after a 2-0 loss to West Ham last time out

    Chelsea players celebate after Conor Gallagher's late winner at Selhurst Park/


    Chelsea players celebate after Conor Gallagher’s late winner at Selhurst Park/Credit: AFP
    Diego Costa made his Premier League return against West Ham


    Diego Costa made his Premier League return against West HamCredit: Getty

    Chelsea sit on 13 points, just one point outside the top four after a late winner against Crystal Palace.

    Two-time Premier League champion Costa will make his first appearance at Stamford Bridge since his departure in 2017 after joining Wolves earlier this season.

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    What time does Chelsea vs Wolves kick off?

    • Chelsea host Wolves on Saturday, 8 October.
    • The game will start from 3pm UK time.
    • Chelsea vs Wolves will be held at Stamford Bridge in London.

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

    • Unfortunately, Chelsea vs Wolves will not be shown on TV in the UK as the game falls under the country’s 3pm TV blackout rule.
    • You can, however, follow all of the action at SunSport with our live blog.

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    Chelsea face AC Milan before the Premier League clash on Saturday and could welcome N’Golo Kante and Edouard Mendy back to action after a period on the sidelines for the pair with a hamstring injury and knee probem.

    Marc Cucurella could play after recovering from illness which saw him ruled out of Chelsea’s clash against Crystal Palace.

    Wolves will be without Ruben Neves and Nathan Collins, who will both serve suspensions.

    Costa could make his first start of the season, with both Raul Jimenez and Sasa Kalajdzic facing lengthy spells on the sidelines.


    Chelsea – 4/11

    Draw – 15/4

    Wolves – 17/2

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


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