Chelsea vs Wolves: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Premier League clash
Chelsea vs Wolves
CHELSEA need just one point from their final game to secure a top-four finish and cement their place in the Champions League for the 2020/21 season.
Wolves have their own European ambition to work towards, as they travel to Stamford Bridge for their final game of the season.
Chelsea come off the back of a 5-3 defeat to champions Liverpool
Chelsea come off the back of a 5-3 defeat to champions LiverpoolCredit: Reuters
Wolves need a win in order to guarantee their Europa League place and Tottenham aren’t too far behind in case they do slip up.
The last game of the season will see both teams fight until the final minute to play in Europe when the season begins again.
Wolves have enjoyed a superb season but are staring at three-straight defeats
Wolves have enjoyed a superb season but are staring at three-straight defeatsCredit: AFP or licensors
What time does Chelsea vs Wolves kick off?
Stamford Bridge plays host for the match on Sunday 26th July at 4pm BST.
The match is one of 10 Premier League games to be taking place on Sunday afternoon.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
The game will be live on Sky Sports Football.
Coverage is due to begin at 3pm.
How do I watch Chelsea vs Wolves for free?
Unfortunately, Sky have elected not air the game on their free Pick channel, so you need to have Sky Sports subscription to watch the game.
If you’d like to tune in and don’t have a Sky Sports subscription, purchase a NOWTV Day Pass for £9.99.
What are the final day Premier League fixtures?
All kick-offs 4pm BST:
Arsenal vs Watford – Sky Sports Premier League
Burnley vs Brighton – Sky Sports Arena
Chelsea vs Wolves – Sky Sports Football
Crystal Palace vs Spurs – Sky Sports Action
Everton vs Bournemouth – Sky Sports Golf
Leicester vs Man Utd – Sky Sports Main Event
Man City vs Norwich – Sky Sports Pick/Sky One
Newcastle vs Liverpool – BT Sport 2
Southampton vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports Mix
West Ham vs Aston Villa – BT Sport 1
N’Golo Kante is worry ahead of the game after he missed the defeat to Liverpool due to a thigh injury.
Apart from Kante, Frank Lampard has a fully fit squad ready for their final game of the season.
Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic may be in the starting XI after their goals during the midweek fixture.
Wolves have no fresh injury concerns and will be going into the game on a high after their 2-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Nuno Espirito Santo could keep the same back three, having stuck with and won with the same system during the summer month.