Unusual time as Chelsea vs Arsenal Kick-Off at 1:00 p.m on Sunday
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Chelsea’s squad and Graham Potter will face the biggest test of the season as they take on Arsenal at Stamford Bridge today at 1:00 p.m. Although, the defeat by Brighton last week was the first Potter and his team have suffered since he replaced Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge, stating his side ‘didn’t match the intensity of his old club en route to a heavy 4-1 loss.

Former Arsenal striker, Aubameyang is likely to lead the line for Chelsea, facing his opposite number Gabriel Jesus provided two assists in his last league outing but is currently in the midst of an eight-game goal drought.

But the unusual time of Sunday’s 1:00 pm kick-off time between the two sides at Stamford Bridge has raised plenty of eyebrows ahead of the game, so here is everything you need to know about Arsenal’s preparation to take on Chelsea.

Why the Unusual Premier League kick-off times?

They have been usually two Premier League fixtures that are fixed on Sunday’s fixtures in the league and it is been split between the kick-off times of 3:00 pm and 5:30 pm.

Although, This is to enable live coverage of both matches in the Premier League to fixtures simultaneously, as Sky Sports usually takes on two Super Sunday games.

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When is Chelsea vs Arsenal match Kick-Off?

Chelsea vs Arsenal match in the ongoing Premier League fixtures will kick off at 1:00 pm on Sunday, Nov. 6 at Stamford Bridge.

Arsenal Team News

Arsenal Manager, Mikel Arteta was unhappy his side performed despite beating Zurich on Thursday, as the Gunners ‘didn’t control the game well enough, although still ran out 1-0 winners.

Meanwhile, Arteta hoping for an improved performance at Stamford Bridge, as they take on Chelsea in today’s match. But, he’ll have to be wary of any slip-ups given all three of the Gunners’ winless matches have been on the road so far this season (D1, L2), though that’s unlikely to dampen the spirits of their supporters who are daring to dream of a first PL title since the Invincibles in 2004.

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