Chelsea vs Liverpool live streaming
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Match: Chelsea vs Liverpool
Competition: Premier League
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Chelsea vs Liverpool live streaming: Match preview
A top of the table clash.
Liverpool and Chelsea have both started superbly in the league and the victor here would send out a big statement.
This’ll be their second meeting in just 4 days after they met in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
Daniel Sturridge’s overhead kick against his old club was cancelled out by Emerson Palmieri’s first goal for Chelsea.
It was supposed to be the battle of the B teams but it was a man a class above the rest who settled it.
Eden Hazard came off the bench to score an amazing solo goal to send Chelsea into round 4.
Can Liverpool get their revenge and go further clear at the top of the table?