Chelsea vs Liverpool faces each other for the first day of the Premier League in a match of infarction. Both clubs will try to leave behind the memory of the season passes where the performance was not the best. The ‘Blues’ will not be able to access any international competition, while ‘The Reds will play in the Europa League. Know when the match is, at what time, where to watch it, how both teams arrive, and possible alignments, among other details, and follow here the transmission of the match.
WHEN DOES CHELSEA VS. LIVERPOOL PLAY?
The duel for the first date of the Premier League between Chelsea and Liverpool will be played this Sunday, August 13, 2023, at Stamford Bridge.
WHAT TIME DOES CHELSEA VS. LIVERPOOL PLAY?
The match between Chelsea and Liverpool is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Next, we share the schedules of the world so you do not miss any detail.
Mexico: 9:30 a.m.
Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador: 10:30 a.m.
Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay: 11:30 a.m.
Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil: 12:30 hours
Spain: 17:30 hours
WHERE TO WATCH CHELSEA VS. LIVERPOOL
Chelsea and Liverpool will debut in the 2023-24 Premier League and the match will be broadcast on ESPN throughout South America; Paramount+ in Mexico, and DAZN and Movistar+ in Spain.
HOW TO WATCH CHELSEA VS. LIVERPOOL ONLINE
In order for you to watch the online stream of the match between Chelsea and Liverpool you will need to create an account on STAR Plus.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, or even Newcastle watch arms before starting the assault on the hegemony of Manchester City, champion of voracious appetite that starts again with the viola of favorite to conquer the Premier League, in which Tottenham and Chelsea want to improve their disastrous last season.
Money does not always ensure results. The American owners of Chelsea were able to verify that maximum last season, their first in London, closed with a discreet 12th place, the worst classification of the ‘Blues’ since 1994, despite the 600 million euros (about 661 million dollars) spent on signings.
After having terminated three coaches in record time (Tuchel, Potter and Lampard), Chelsea has been placed in the hands of Mauricio Pochettino, admired for his successes with neighboring Tottenham (2014-2019) and despite not having triumphed in Paris SG (2021-2022).
The Argentine must form a group that has suffered the marches of Edouard Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly and N’Golo Kanté, all three to Saudi Arabia.
And he will not be able to count for several months on Christopher Nkunku, his star signing, who injured in a knee in the preseason.
Last season, however, offers an element on which to base hopes; without European competitions, Chelsea will be able to focus efforts on domestic competition.
Same case for Tottenham, which for the first time since 2009 will not travel through Europe, although the final squad is not yet fully outlined, especially with the possible departure of its legend Harry Kane to Bayern Munich.
Liverpool has gone with less force to the market, which worries a fan who comes from suffering a disappointing season (early eliminations in the national cups and in the Champions League, and fifth place in the Premier League). Henderson, Fabinho, Milner, Keita, Oxlade Chamberlain, Firmino have also left. Only two reinforcements for the Anfield club: Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister.
“I can understand that there are people with doubts,” acknowledged new captain Virgil van Dijk.