Chelsea vs. Liverpool: Complete Live Stream Online Viewing Info
All eyes will turn to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon, where reigning Champions League winners Chelsea will play host to Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool squad in an epic Premier League showdown.
Roberto Di Matteo's Blues trail Manchester United by four points in the Premier League table coming into this weekend's clash with Liverpool, but they can pull within one point of United with a victory in front of their supporters. On the other hand, Liverpool are in desperate need of a win, as they've won just two matches all year so far.
Here we get you set with everything you need to know to make sure you don't miss a minute of the high-stakes action at Stamford Bridge.
Where: Stamford Bridge, England
When: Sunday, November 11 at 11:00 a.m. ET
Watch: FOX Soccer
Live Streaming: FOX Soccer 2Go
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Breaking through against Chelsea certainly won't be easy for Suarez, though, as only Manchester City has conceded fewer goals than the Blues through the season's first 10 matches. Chelsea is surrendering one goal per match on average in Premier League play and boasts a seasoned goalkeeper in Petr Cech.
Win or lose, Suarez will be active and looking to score. After all, he has two goals on 23 shots in his last three Premier League outings for the Reds.
Mata has scored three goals and assisted on three other scores over Chelsea's last three Premier League matches. He'll be a major player to watch on Sunday, given the fact that he'll be pitted against a shaky back line of defense.
The Reds have conceded 15 goals in 10 Premier League appearances in 2012-13 and are susceptible to the speed and finesse that Mata possesses.
Chelsea and Liverpool have ignited a rivalry over the years, and you can bet that we'll see some late bumps, jawing and plenty of gamesmanship down on the pitch Sunday.
Liverpool's Suarez will be a player to keep an eye on when it comes to trying to get an edge. The forward has been called out by several Premier League managers this season for his antics in front of the net. Although Suarez denies that he is a diver, the first questionable tumble he takes will no doubt draw a noticeable reaction from the crowd and Chelsea's defenders.
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