Everton vs Chelsea is an upcoming match of premier league 2014–15 which is scheduled to be played on 30 August 2014. Here is the match preview with time and TV telecast channels of Everton vs Chelsea. Home ground of the blues, Goodison park will host this game. With 6 points, The blue lions are currently at second spot in league table just below Tottenham Hotspur.
Everton vs Chelsea 2014 Time Schedule
|Competition||Premier League 2014–15|
|Date||30 Aug [GMT, BST & IST]|
|Time||5:30pm [BST], 4:30pm [GMT], 10:00pm [IST]|
|Seating Capacity||40,221 spectators|
|Home team||The Toffeemen|
|Away team||The blue lions|
|Sky Go Extra, Star Sports 2|
Sky Sports 2 / HD, Canal+ Sport
Telecast channels of other nations
United Kingdom: Sky Go Extra, Sky Go, NOW TV
Canada: Sportsnet world now, Sportsnet east
United States: NBC Sports Live Extra, Mun2, SiriusXM FC
Germany: Sky Sports 2 / HD
Spain: Canal+ Futbol / HD, Gol Stadium
France: Canal+ Sport
India: Star Sports 2, Star Sports HD 2
Singapore: 102 (HD) mio stadium
Australia: Fox sports 1
Croatia: Sportklub 1 Croatia
Sweden: Viaplay Sweden, viasat fotbol / HD
South Africa: Supersport 3 Africa
Austria: Sky sports 2 / HD
Norway: TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport Premium
Cape Verde: Canal+ Sport Africa, Supersport 3 Africa
New Zealand: Premier league Pass
Everton vs Chelsea 2014 Preview
Last 5 Matches Results
The Toffeemen have played 2 draw matches in first two match weeks of premier league. While, coach Jose Mourinho’s squad have won first 2 games of this season. Their last 2 games were against prompted team Leicester City and Burnley.
Blue Lions are are in Pot 1 for the group stage draw of Champions league 2014–15. Last time, Blue lions were knocked out in semi final round of UCL which was 4 consecutive defeat of Jose Mourinho in Semi final round.
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Former Chelsea player Samuel Eto’o who has now joined the blues has no issue with Jose Mourinho after being unveiled as an Everton player. He joined this club on a two year deal after much speculation over his future and could make his debut his former club.
Eto’o revealed that he had many options after leaving Stamford Bridge, but that coach Roberto Martinez made the biggest impression on him.