Crystal Palace v Chelsea: how to watch the Premier League clash on TV and live stream

It’s not just the North London derby that sees London clubs clash this weekend, as Crystal Palace host Chelsea in the Premier League.

While North London hosts one derby in the capital, another one takes place in South London this weekend as Crystal Palace host Chelsea in the Premier League.

Crystal Palace look to avoid sliding into a relegation battle this early in the season, as they sit 16th in the Premier League table after six games, but hold a game in hand over many other teams due to sporting cancellations after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Chelsea return from the international break with a new manager in the form of Graham Potter. Potter’s appointment came after the shock firing of Champions League winning Thomas Tuchel.

With high hopes lofted on the shoulders of Graham Potter at his new club, can Patrick Vieira buck a trend Crystal Palace have against their London neighbours - the team haven’t beaten Chelsea in five previous meetings.

Londonworld takes a look at how to watch this weekend’s other London derby between Crystal Palace and Chelsea.

How did the London clubs fare in their last games?

Crystal Palace made the trip up to the North-East of England before the international break, taking on Newcastle United at St. James Park. Despite Crystal Palace having 9 shots on target the game played out to a 0-0 stalemate.

Chelsea look to be getting most of their games against the neighbours done nice and early this season, as they faced West Ham United at home.

Despite the Chelsea team coming back from behind the win 2-1, the major talking point of the game and the whole Premier League weekend was the quality of VAR decisions made; West Ham saw a goal ruled out for offside in injury time despite it not being a clear and obvious error.

When is Crystal Palace v Chelsea taking place?

Crystal Palace will be hosting Chelsea at Selhurst Park, London on Saturday October 1 2022, with a kick off at 3pm.

How can I watch Crystal Palace v Chelsea on TV?

To comply with the regulation on televised coverage between 2:45PM & 5:15PM on a Saturday, Crystal Palace and Chelsea will not be televised. Further broadcasting rights are restricted for clubs in the UK, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

Sky Sports will provide commentary throughout the afternoon on the Fulham v Newcastle game and other games being played as part of their Gillette Labs Soccer Saturday programme, which broadcasts from 3pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports News.

Extended highlights from the game will also be screened on Sky Sports Premier League at 11pm that evening.

BBC’s flagship football programme Match of the Day will broadcast extended highlights of the match, along with all the other games from Saturday, on BBC One from 10:25pm on Saturday night.

You can also catch up with Match of the Day through the BBC iPlayer.

How do I sign up to Sky TV?

Sky Sports is available with a Sky TV package:

  • Those who already have a Sky subscription can add Sky Sports for an extra £25 per month.
  • Those Sky customers who only wish to watch Football coverage can sign up to the “2-for-1” offer, getting Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football for £18 per month.
  • Those new to Sky can sign up and get Sky Sports alongside Sky’s entertainment package for £44 per month (18 month contract, £20 set up fee)

To learn more about how to add Sky Sport to existing packages, or to create a new package with the provider, you can visit the dedicated Sky Sports page.

For those that hate being tied down to contracts, NOW TV offer two sports passes on their flagship stream service:

  • NOW TV Daily pass - £11.99 (per 24 hour)
  • NOW TV Monthly pass - £25 (per month)

For more details on how to get NOW TV, or to purchase a no-contract pass to watch the Premier League, you can visit NOW TV’s website for more details.

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