Chelsea v Burnley live stream, Saturday 6 November, 3pm GMT
Chelsea will be looking to maintain their fine run of form when Burnley visit Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
If you include their penalty shoot-out triumph over Southampton in the League Cup, Thomas Tuchel’s side have now won seven games on the bounce in all competitions. The Blues have kept clean sheets in five of those matches, including in Tuesday’s 1-0 victory over Malmo in the Champions League and the 3-0 defeat of Newcastle last weekend.
With only three goals conceded in their first 10 Premier League games, Chelsea will hope their rock-solid carries them all the way to the title. They are not doing too badly at the other end of the field either: only Liverpool have found the net more often this term.
Burnley finally picked up their first win of the season last time out. A 3-1 victory over Brentford was richly deserved, with the Clarets able to create numerous chances against the promoted side. The arrival of Maxwel Cornet has given Burnley an extra spark up front, and they certainly pose more of an attacking threat with him in the team. They will no doubt have to rely on their more traditional defensive qualities if they are to avoid defeat at Stamford Bridge, though.
Chelsea remain without Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, both of whom will hope to be available again after the international break. Mateo Kovacic is also out, but Mason Mount could be ready to return to the starting XI after a bout of illness. Reece James and Ben Chilwell are likely to return at wing-back after sitting out the game against Malmo.
Burnley have virtually their entire squad available for selection, with Dale Stephens the only absentee. Cornet will offer counter-attacking pace alongside the targetman Chris Wood up top, while Ben Mee looks set to keep place in the backline ahead of Nathan Collins.
Kick-off is at 3pm GMT on Saturday 6 November. See below for international broadcast options.
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