0-1, min 14, Alexander-Arnold. 0-2, min 30, Firmino. 1-2, min 71, Kante.






Chelsea vs Liverpool: Live Stream Score, TV Updates and How to Watch Premier League 2019
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Chelsea vs Liverpool: Live Stream Score, TV Updates and How to Watch Premier League 2019

Follow along for Chelsea vs Liverpool live score with line-ups, previews and score updates. Kick off at 16:30 BST on Sunday September 22.

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It was scrappy and it was ugly, but Klopp won't care. Three point was all that mattered at the end of the day and the Reds have overcome a massive hurdle. 

Lampard can be very impressed with his team's performance, they caused Liverpool all sorts of problems second-half and made it a very uncomfortable viewing for Reds' supporters.

Full Time
Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool

Huge, huge win for Jurgen Klopp's side - holding on at the death.

Chelsea the better side second-half, naturally so for a side chasing a goal.

94' Robertson goes it alone on the counter but is brought down by Alonso, the Chelsea player is booked.
90+1' Liverpool make their final substitution as Salah comes off for Joe Gomez
Four added minutes...
88'  A massive chance for Chelsea as Batshuayi heads wide.

Huge closing minutes for both sides.

87' Now Kante does brilliantly to stop a Liverpool counter.

Man of the Match performance from the midfielder.

86' Now Milner goes into the book for a foul on Zouma
84' Kovacic goes into the book
83' Liverpool make their second substitution as Jordan Henderson is replaced by Adam Lallana
78' Fabinho picks up a booking for bringing down Batshuayi
76' Final Chelsea substitution

Michy Batshuayi comes on for Abraham

Liverpool are on the ropes here as Chelsea push for an equaliser. 15 minute plus stoppage time to play.
73' Now Alonso has a go from distance. Miles off target from the left-back.
72' Liverpool substitution

Mane is replaced by Milner

71' GOAAAL Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool

Kante gets the home side right back in it with a fantastic strike into the top corner!

69' Mane collects a loose ball and finds Salah in space.

The Egyptian fails to get the ball under control and cannot get a shot away.

65' Wijnaldum has a go from the edge of the box but it's high and wide.

 

59' Chelsea looking stronger. Kante shoots from the edge of the box but shoots just wide.

Moments before Abraham's chance glances across the face of goal.

57' Alexander-Arnold receives a booking for time wasting
51' Kepa makes another great save to deny Liverpool after a fantastic bit of play down the right hand side.

The linesman flagged for offside but the replays show Alexander-Arnold was in fact onside.

47' Mane heads over from the resulting corner.

Godo start for Liverpool.

46' Kepa makes a great save to deny Firmino
Back in action
Abraham gets the second half underway...
Half-Time
Cheslea 0-2 Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp's side lead at the break but it hasn't been comfortable.

Chelsea thought they equalised through Azpilicueta but VAR showed Mount was offside in the build up, Liverpool then go on to grab their second.

The Blues have had some joy getting in behind Liverpool's defence, they just need to beat the offside trap. 

Abraham had a fantastic chance at 0-1 when 1v1 with Adrian, but fluffed his lines and the keeper got down to make the save.

The away side will be happiest, but still all to play for at Stamford Bridge.

40+1' Late first-half scare for Liverpool as Alonso finds space down the left hand side and drills a cross into the box.

Adrian fumbles it but collects before a Chelsea player can reach it.

Three added minutes at the end of the first half
42' Christensen limps off and is replaced by Kurt Zouma
40' Salah gets in behind the Chelsea defence but it goes out for a corner.

Now Christensen is down and receiving treatment, it doesn't look good for the defender.

Abraham back on and will continue..
35' Adrian is quick off his line to collect a Jorginho lofted ball.

Abraham felt the brunt of it and is down receiving treatment for a shoulder injury.

30' GOAAALL! Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool

Firmino has a free header in the box to give the Reds a 0-2 lead, Robertson with the assist.

26' GOAAL! OR NOT!

Chelsea think they've scored but replays show Mount was in an offside position in the build up.

Let off for Liverpool.

24' CLOSE! Abraham gets in behind the Liverpool defence and the flag stays down. 

Adrian denies the striker an equaliser.

Chelsea initially responded well to going behind but it's all been Liverpool in the last few minutes.
20' Tomori goes into the book for a challenge on Henderson. 
15' Among the celebrations Chelsea have been forced into a substitution.

Emerson is replaced by Alonso.

13' GOAAAALLLLL!!! Chelsea 0-1 Liverpool

Mane wins a free kick on the edge of the box for the Reds and Alexander-Arnold drills it into the top corner!

 

Liverpool started the game the better side with some good movement and had Chelsea pegged back.

The tide has turned in the last few minutes and Chelsea have managed to move up the pitch and create a couple of decent chances.

10' Chelsea break down the left hand side after Alexander-Arnold gets beat.

Mount's cross misses Abraham and is cleared by Robertson. 

4' A vital interception from Azpilicueta prevents Mane from getting a shot away.
Two minutes on the clock and the 'Steven Gerrard' song is already ringing around the Bridge.
Kick Off
Jordan Henderson gets the game underway...
The teams are in the tunnel...
Five minutes till kick-off at Stamford Bridge...
Liverpool Team News
Starting XI: Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mane

Liverpool start as expected. Place on the bench for 19-year-old Rhian Brewster.

Chelsea Team News
Starting XI: Kepa, Azpilicueta, Christensen, Tomori, Emerson, Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic, Willian, Abraham, Mount

Both Kante and Mount start, despite late fitness tests.

How to watch
You can catch the game on Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Premier League.

 

Alternatively, you can follow our live commentary right here on VAVEL!

Lampard reflects on the Super Cup Defeat
“It showed that we can compete with one of the best teams in the country.

"It’s a new game and if you aren’t at your best then they are a team who will punish you.”

Klopp sing's Chelsea's praises
"How I said, they are a really exciting football team – young but good, really good.

"He [Lampard] did an outstanding job at Derby. So I’m not surprised that he’s doing a really good job at Chelsea as well.

“They brought in Christian Pulisic in the summer and all the players around him have the same value – Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Hudson-Odoi.

"Now we play them on Sunday and we want to get something there, that’s the plan.”

Early team news: Liverpool
Both Alisson Becker and Naby Keita are making significant progress with their injuries, the latter returned to full training yesterday. Naby is unlikely to feature tomorrow but could be ready for their meeting with MK Dons midweek. 

Divock Origi is ahead of schedule in recovering from an ankle injury of his own, sustained in Liverpool's 3-1 victory over Newcastle last week. The forward has an outside chance of making the squad tomorrow, although Klopp will be reluctant to take any risks.

Early team news: Chelsea
Lampard confirmed yesterday that both N'Golo Kanté and Mason Mount have a chance of featuring tomorrow afternoon, both recovering from ankle injuries.

 

On Mount, he said: "We won’t take any risks with him individually, obviously, because there’s a bigger picture, but we will all do our best."

 

On Kanté: "It’s a boost with N’Golo. We all know the importance of him to the team. The question for me is how fit he is."

Previous meetings
These two teams have met once already this season; Liverpool emerged victorious in their UEFA Super Cup clash back in August. The game ended 2-2, but Adrian's penalty shootout save to deny Abraham ensured the trophy returned to Merseyside.

 

When the two sides met at Stamford Bridge last season, a late wonder strike from Daniel Sturridge cancelled out Eden Hazard's early goal.

 

It was a different story at Anfield back in April when the Reds' comfortably won 2-0.

Liverpool's Form
There is no question over Liverpool’s Premier League form, with Jurgen Klopp’s side having a 100% record so far this term. Chelsea away is their toughest test yet, but the Reds’ will be desperate to maintain their five point lead at the top of the table.

 

The European Champions also suffered a defeat in their opening UCL group game, Napoli winning 2-0 with two late goals.

Chelsea's Form
It’s been a mixed start to life as Chelsea manager for Frank Lampard, but their last Premier League outing ended in a 2-5 victory away at Wolves. Tammy Abraham is in fine goal scoring form and he’ll be looking to continue that against Liverpool tomorrow afternoon.

 

It was a disappointing night in the UEFA Champions League for the Blues’ midweek, with Valencia securing a closely-contested 1-0 win. Chelsea had the opportunity to score level on 87 minutes, but Ross Barkley’s missed penalty ensured the Spanish club walked away with all three points in Group H.

Hello and welcome to VAVEL UK’s live text coverage of this Premier League clash between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Find out how to watch the match, team news, score updates and much more!

 

Kick off at 16:30 BST on Sunday!

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