Chelsea vs Tottenham: Live stream, match time, TV coverage
Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur
Chelsea hosts Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge in a Barclays Premier League match on Wednesday. Chelsea drew 0-0 with Sunderland over the weekend, but the Blues remain unbeaten in the Premier League this season. Jose Mourinho's club has 33 points, six ahead of second place Manchester City.
Tottenham is in seventh with 20 points after two consecutive Premier League victories, most recently a 2-1 comeback win over Everton at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea forward Diego Costa is suspended for the match after he was given his fifth yellow card of the season over the weekend.
How to watch
Details for Wednesday's match are below.
Match time: 2:45 p.m. ET
TV coverage: NBC Sports Network
Live stream: You can watch the match online here.
Recent Premier League results
11/29: Sunderland 0, Chelsea 0
Chelsea and Sunderland both failed to score on Saturday at the Stadium of Light. The draw ensured that Chelsea equaled its record for consecutive away games without a loss. Diego Costa picked up a yellow card, his fifth of the year, meaning that he'll be suspended for the Blues' match against Tottenham.
11/22: Chelsea 2, West Brom 0
Diego Costa scored in the 11th minute and Eden Hazard doubled Chelsea's lead in the 25th minute as the Blues cruised to a home victory. West Brom's Claudio Yacob was given a red card in the 29th minute.
11/08: Chelsea 2, Liverpool 1
Liverpool took an early lead at Anfield after an Emre Can goal, but Chelsea quickly struck back with a Gary Cahill score in the 14th minute. Diego Costa's goal in the 67th minute proved to be the winner for the Blues. Cahill's goal was his first of the season.
11/30: Tottenham 2, Everton 1
After Kevin Mirallas struck a long-range goal in the 15th minute for Everton, Christian Eriksen responded for Spurs with a goal just six minutes later. Roberto Soldado's 46th-minute score gave Tottenham the lead, which would hold.
11/23: Tottenham 2, Hull City 1
Two second half goals propelled Tottenham to a 2-1 victory over Hull at the KC Stadium. Jake Livermore scored in the eighth minute for the Tigers, but Gaston Ramirez was shown a red card in the 50th minute, sparking a Spurs rally. Harry Kane scored a few minutes after the red card, and Christian Eriksen scored in the 90th minute to give Tottenham the win.
11/09: Stoke City 2, Tottenham 1
Goals from Bojan and Jonathan Walters in the first half gave the Potters an early lead at White Hart Lane. Despite a Nacer Chadli score in the 77th minute, Tottenham was unable to find the equalizer.