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When is Man City vs Chelsea? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info and live streaming

By Harry Edwards

When is Man City vs Chelsea? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info and live streaming

Published: 10:12, 11 May 2023

Manchester City will be hoping they can move another step closer to the Premier League title when they face off against Chelsea on the penultimate weekend of the season.

At the time of writing, Man City still have four games left in the Premier League and still have a midweek fixture to squeeze in, but things are looking positive for Pep Guardiola’s men. They are currently one point clear of second-placed Arsenal with a game in hand over the Gunners and know their title destiny is very much in their hands.

Chelsea, meanwhile, may want to spoil the party if they can as they look to secure a top-half finish in what as been a poor campaign for the Blues. As things stand, Chelsea are six points behind 10th-placed Fulham with a game in hand over their west London rivals, but have a tough end to the campaign which also sees them face Manchester United and Newcastle United.

Looking to watch Man City vs Chelsea online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is Man City vs Chelsea?

Man City vs Chelsea takes place on Sunday 21st September at the Etihad Stadium.

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What is the kick-off time for Man City vs Chelsea?

Man City vs Chelsea will kick-off at 4pm (UK time), the final game of the Sunday.

Where can I watch Man City vs Chelsea on TV?

  • UK: Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Main Event
  • US: TBD

How can I live stream Man City vs Chelsea online?

DAZN will be live streaming Man City vs Chelsea online for account holders in Spain.

Who is refereeing Man City vs Chelsea?

The referee for this game is yet to be confirmed, and will be announced in the week leading up to Man City vs Chelsea. Paul Tierney was the man in the middle for the reverse Premier League fixture in January, showing two yellow cards to Chelsea in the dying stages of the game.

Man City team news

Nathan Ake is the only absentee for Man City right now after suffering a hamstring injury in their Premier League win over Leeds United, though the length of the Dutchman’s time on the sidelines is yet to be confirmed.

Chelsea team news

The injury problems have piled up for Chelsea once again with Reece James joining Armando Broja in being out for the season. Mason Mount is also likely to miss the remainder of the campaign, though there is some hope that he could be back for the final day. Kalidou Koulibaly and Ben Chilwell are also expected to miss out, while Marc Cucurella and Wesley Fofana will be monitored closer to the game.