Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb:
…… Where to watch, TV channel, kick off time; training and U19 live stream news
From the official Chelsea FC website:
For Chelsea’s final Champions League group game of 2022/23, against Dinamo Zagreb at Stamford Bridge, there is plenty to watch live, with the pre-match training session, Graham Potter’s press conference and the Under-19s’ UEFA Youth League match all being streamed here. Here’s how and when you can watch all of those as well as the game itself.
Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb where to watch
- TV channel: The game will be shown live on BT Sport in the UK, and local Champions League TV rights holders outside of the UK.
- Highlights: You can watch the best of the action from midnight on matchday on the official Chelsea website.
- Press conference live: We will be streaming the pre-match press conference live as Graham Potter and one of his players address the media from Stamford Bridge at 3pm UK time on Tuesday 1 November, or you can watch on demand afterwards.
- Live training: You can watch Potter and his players making their final preparations at Cobham ahead of facing Dinamo Zagreb when we stream Tuesday’s training session live from 11am UK time.
- Youth League live: We will be streaming the Chelsea Under-19s’ home game against Dinamo Zagreb live on the official Chelsea website and the 5th Stand app, with kick-off at 1pm UK time on Wednesday 2 November. The highlights will be available on demand after the match.
Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb kick off time
Home fixture: Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb
- Date: 2 November 2022
- Kick off time: 8pm
- Location: Stamford Bridge
Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb preview
Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over Red Bull Salzburg in our last European match means most of our Champions League work has already been done, as we are guaranteed to finish top of the Group E table and qualify for the last 16 as a seeded team. That may give Graham Potter the opportunity to try some new options or rest those players with a heavy workload during the busy recent schedule.
The visitors will be keen to produce another upset, though, following their 1-0 win in the corresponding fixture in Croatia, as only a victory will give them a chance of finishing third and continuing to play European football this season in the Europa League.
Chelsea will be without long-term absentees N’Golo Kante, Reece James and Wesley Fofana. There is a chance Kalidou Koulibaly could return, with Graham Potter saying before the weekend’s game against Brighton: ‘Koulibaly has an outside chance for Wednesday’.
Dinamo Zagreb will definitely be without defender Bosko Sutalo, who is out until at least January with a broken leg.
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