The second Friday Night Football of the season takes place tonight as Liverpool travel to Chelsea in the Premier League.
The match takes place at Stamford Bridge, and is the first of five league matches to be shown on TV over the weekend.
Before last season’s corresponding fixture, the Blues were unbeaten in their previous eight league and cup meetings with the Reds.
However, Jurgen Klopp’s side secured an impressive 3-1 win thanks to goals from Philippe Coutinho and Christian Benteke to pile the pressure on then-manager Jose Mourinho.
Jeff Stelling and Rachel Riley will be live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD from 6.30pm. Kick-off 8.00pm
The match will also be streamed live on Sky’s internet services, Now TV and Sky Go.
BT Sport will show Everton’s clash with Middlesbrough on Saturday evening (5.30pm), and Watford v Manchester United on Sunday afternoon (12pm).
Sky Sports will show a double header of Premier League football on Sunday afternoon as Crystal Palace (2.15pm) host Stoke City and Sunderland travel to Tottenham Hotspur (4.30pm).
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