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Chelsea vs. Sunderland Live Stream Soccer: Watch Sunderland vs. Chelsea Live Streaming, Live Update, Game Schedule, Start Time, TV channel, kickoff time, prediction: How to watch Premier League

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Chelsea vs. SunderlandChelsea vs. Sunderland live stream: Watch Premier League online. Chelsea’s youth have a chance to make for another exciting game. In what will likely be a back three of Nathan Ake, Kurt Zouma and John Terry, there could be plenty of goals for Sunderland. On the field of play this could be a high-scoring game. As we saw against Watford, Terry can still head the ball in, but in a back three the man is stretched. Terry will be playing in his last game in Chelsea blue against Sunderland. That is reason enough to tune in for Chelsea fans. Sunderland fans can tune in to see their side in the Premier League for the last time in the next year at least.

Chelsea vs Sunderland team news: Squads revealed, injuries and more ahead of Premier League clash. Chelsea captain John Terry must wait to learn if he will start or be a substitute in his final Stamford Bridge appearance. The 36-year-old defender, who will leave Chelsea this summer after 22 years, made his first Premier League start since September and 716th Blues appearance in last Monday’s win over Watford. But head coach Antonio Conte, who has no injury concerns, may revert to his first-choice line-up to prepare for the FA Cup final with Arsenal on May 27.

Chelsea vs Sunderland, Premier League 2016/17: Where to watch, preview, betting odds and possible XI. Sunderland boss David Moyes is facing yet another injury crisis ahead of the Black Cats’ final-day trip to Premier League champions Chelsea. Chelsea are likely to field their full strength eleven for their final game with captain Gary Cahill and top scorer Diego Costa set to return after Antonio Conte rested nine players for Monday’s win over Watford. John Terry is in contention to make his 717th appearance for the Blues, which could also be his last appearance at Stamford Bridge.

 

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