Everton v Chelsea Live Stream Match Details
DATE: December 23rd 2017
TIME: 12:30 GMT
WHERE: Goodison Park, Everton
COMPETITION: English Premier League
How to Watch Everton v Chelsea Live Stream
Blues fans can rejoice to an early Christmas present as Everton v Chelsea live stream will be shown on both Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event channels with coverage starting at 11:30 GMT on Saturday morning to UK viewers. Highlights will shown later on Match of the Day on BBC.
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Of course there will be multiple live blogs such as Sky Sports and BBC Sport reporting this Chelsea fixture live and you can also tune into your favourite sports radio for live coverage. Viewers outside of the UK should check their local listings for Everton v Chelsea live streaming.
Everton v Chelsea Head-to-Head League Record
Blues fans will reluctantly have to go back to September 2015 to last defeat at the hands of Everton, which came at Goodison Park. However, since then the Blues have marched on to a string of Premier League victories against the Toffees and will be expected to continue their excellent run against this weekend’s opponents to keep putting pressure on second place Manchester United.
A month ago this game would have looked like a routine Chelsea win, but Sam Allardyce has made Everton hard to beat and they once again look dangerous – there’s no doubt they will believe they can put a dent in Chelsea pre-Christmas plans.
|28 Oct 2017||Chelsea v Everton||2-0||Win|
|08 Apr 2017||Everton v Chelsea||0-3||Win|
|26 Dec 2016||Chelsea v Everton||5-0||Win|
|23 Apr 2016||Chelsea v Everton||3-3||Draw|
|05 Dec 2015||Everton v Chelsea||3-1||Loss|
Match Scenarios for Everton v Chelsea
Should Man Utd slip up, Chelsea can move level on points with their rivals on 41 points with a victory at Goodison Park. However, any other result will at the very least leave the Blues sitting in third.
Everton are looking to push on into the top half of the table in the second half of the season under Allardyce and taking a major scalp over one of the Premier League big boys will certainly warm the Toffees faithful even further to their new manager.