Chelsea host Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League this Saturday afternoon.
It’ll the first of four Premier League matches to be shown live on TV this weekend with Sky Sports airing three and BT Sport showing one on Saturday evening.
The Blues are now considered to be the favourites for the title this season, and while the Gunners are among a pack of several clubs hoping to mount a challenge in the final months, anything other than a win here may harm any prospects they hold.
Coverage starts at 11.30am, Sky Sports 1 on Saturday afternoon. Kick-off 12.30pm.
Saturday 4th February
Chelsea v Arsenal
Sky Sports 1, 12.30pm
Tottenham Hotspur v Middlesbrough
BT Sport 1, 5.30pm
Sunday 5th February
Manchester City v Swansea City
Sky Sports 1, 1.30pm
Leicester City v Manchester United
Sky Sports 1, 4.00pm
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