After dropping points at Sunderland last Sunday, Chelsea will be looking to a win when they take on Tottenham Hotspur on this Wednesday, 3 December 2014. A season which is in danger of becoming a procession became a little more interesting over the weekend. The gap between topper Blues and defending champions Manchester City is now six points and although Chelsea must still be considered big title favourites in this season. Would home side gain the important three points to extend their points gap?
Chelsea vs Tottenham Match Telecast in India
|Competition||Premier League 2014–15|
|Date||3 December [GMT], 4 December [IST]|
|Time||7.45 pm [GMT], 1.15 am [IST]|
|Broadcast & |
|BBC Radio, Star Sports 4 Asia,|
Directv, Canal+ 1, Benfica TV 2
According to Indian Standard Time, it will start at 1:15 am on 4 December 2014. GMT match date & timings are 3 December and 7.45 pm respectively. Watch this match live on your TV telecast channels BBC Radio, Star Sports 4 etc. Given below is the list of TV telecast channels in other nations.
United Kingdom: BBC Radio
India: Star Sports 4 Asia
Spain: Canal+ 1
Portugal: Benfica TV 2
United States: Directv
Germany: TeleClub Sport Live
Switzerland: TeleClub Sport 2
Argentina: DIRECTV Argentina
Russia: NTV+ Sport Online
Cote d’Ivoire: SuperSport 3 Africa
Belgium: Be Sport 1
Ghana: SuperSport 3 Africa
Australia: Fox Sports 2 Australia
Chile: DIRECTV Play Latin America
Greece: OTE Sport 1
Mexico: Sky Mexico
Chelsea vs Tottenham Match Preview
Chelsea failed to score in the league for the first time this season in last match against Sunderland. Jose Mourinho will have to play without Diego Costa on Wednesday night as Costa picked up his fifth yellow card of the season at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Blues are undefeated this season in all competitions with 15 wins and 5 draws. Mourinho’s side have kept 11 clean sheets in their last 14 Premier League home matches.
Tottenham will look to continue their good run of form away from home this season, having lost only once to Manchester City so far. A 2–1 win over Everton this past Sunday showed the impressive performance of the campaign so far.
Since April 2010, Spurs side haven’t beaten Blues and never won at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League, played 8 draws and 14 loss.