Arsenal v Chelsea Live Stream Match Details
DATE: January 24th 2018
TIME: 20:00 GMT
WHERE: Emirates Stadium, London
COMPETITION: EFL Cup Semi-Final 2nd Leg
Watch Arsenal v Chelsea Live Stream
Chelsea head to the Emirates in what should be a cracker of a London Derby between two sides battling it out for a spot in the EFL Cup Final – but Antonio Conte’s men must navigate two legs of this semi-final first. Blues fans have had to wait a bit but are able to watch Chelsea live on TV again – Sky Sports Premier League will be highlighted by Chelsea v Arsenal live stream on Wednesday 10th January 2018 with the the kick off at 8:00pm in the UK.
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Arsenal v Chelsea Head-to-Head Record
For the second time in 2018 Chelsea will once again lock horns with Arsenal, fresh off the back of a 2-2 draw away at the Emirates Stadium. Only one defeat in the last five Premier League fixtures against their London rivals should give Chelsea every confidence that they can pick up a first leg victory in the League Cup semi-final on Wednesday.
The Blues haven’t fallen at Stamford Bridge to the Gunners since October 2011, and with Arsenal having a tendency to rotate in the cups it looks to be another perfect opportunity for Chelsea to put another victory down against their London rivals.
|03 Jan 2018||Arsenal v Chelsea||2-2||Draw|
|17 Sep 2017||Chelsea v Arsenal||0-0||Draw|
|04 Feb 2017||Chelsea v Arsenal||3-1||Win|
|24 Sep 2016||Arsenal v Chelsea||3-0||Loss|
|24 Jan 2016||Arsenal v Chelsea||0-1||Win|
Match Scenarios for Arsenal v Chelsea
The last time the two met in the EFL Cup was 2013, but this clash will determine who goes into the second leg at the Emirates in good shape. Chelsea will want to head to north London with a victory and put one foot in the final at Wembley. Arsenal will be desperate to put right their dismal FA Cup exit with a rare away at Stamford Bridge.