Is Arsenal vs Chelsea on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and odds

Is Arsenal vs Chelsea on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and odds

Unai Emery is hoping to put down a marker for the season (Picture: Getty Images)

The Premier League shouldn’t be again until subsequent week however there’s a conflict between two high flight heavyweights on Wednesday evening as Arsenal play Chelsea in Dublin.

The match is a part of the International Champions Cup which is being performed everywhere in the world between many of the high groups in Europe.

With new managers on the helms of each golf equipment, each Unai Emery at Arsenal and Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea might be eager to make use of this pleasant to nail down ways for the season forward.

Here is all the things that you must find out about when and the place to look at the match from the Aviva Stadium.

Maurizio Sarri has not had lengthy to make an influence at Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)

When is Arsenal vs Chelsea?

The match is on Wednesday, 1 August with kick-off at eight.05pm BST on the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Alexandre Lacazette might be in motion in Dublin (Picture: Getty Images for ICC)

Is the match on tv and is there a live stream?

The sport is being proven on Premier Sports, which you have to to be a subscriber of to view.

Premier Sports is offered on Sky channel 412 in HD and on 866 in commonplace definition, additionally it is on Virgin Media channel 127.

You can get a subscription to Premier Sports for £9.99 a month which can permit you to stream matches via their Premier Player.

Coverage begins at 7.50pm on Wednesday.

Callum Hudson-Odoi has impressed in pre-season for Chelsea (Picture: Getty Images)

What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)

6/5 Arsenal

9/5 Chelsea

13/5 Draw

Are tickets nonetheless out there?

There are a number of tickets nonetheless out there, which you will get via Ticketmaster.

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