Chelsea vs Dynamo Kiev: TV channel, live stream, team news, kick-off time for Europa League battle


CHELSEA take on Dynamo Kiev as they look to keep their only guaranteed route to next year’s Champions League open.

Manchester United’s stunning win over PSG last night means that not even a fourth placed finish will currently provide a guaranteed route into Europe’s elite club competition as things stand.

Callum Hudson-Odoi fired a third goal past Mälmo in the previous round
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Callum Hudson-Odoi fired a third goal past Mälmo in the previous round[/caption]

The Blues comfortably dispatched Malmo last round after Sarri picked an experienced line up in the first leg before giving the team a more youthful look the second time around.

The Italian will once again be expected to take no chances as his team take on their dangerous Ukrainian opponents, who dumped out Olympiakos in the last round.

What time does Chelsea vs Dynamo Kiev kick off?

This game takes place on Thursday, March 7th.

Kick-off is at 8pm, at Stamford Bridge.

What channel is Chelsea vs Dynamo Kiev on and can I live stream it?

It will be available on BT Sport 2, BT Sport 4K UHD and can also be streamed from the BT Sport app.

Alternatively, we will be running our dedicated LIVE BLOG so you can follow all the action right here at SunSport.

Can I watch Chelsea vs Dynamo Kiev for free?

EE phone subscribers can also catch the action for FREE by signing up for three-month trial.

You can do this by texting SPORT to 150 or phoning 07953 966502 and follow the instructions.

The free trial will allow you to watch all BT Sport channels – excluding the red button options – via the app, while free casting to your television is also included.

At the end of your free trial, you can continue using this service, but it will cost £5 a month for the app and £10 per month to cast.

You can cancel at any time during the free trial, simply by texting STOP SPORT to 150.

What is the team news?

Chelsea have a clean bill of health as they head into this crucial Europa League tie, but Ross Barkley is one booking away from missing a potentially daunting second leg in Ukraine.

Benjamin Verbic is suspended for visitors Dynamo Kiev.


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