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Chelsea will be hoping to bounce back from a shock defeat to Wigan last week when they welcome Liverpool to Stamford Bridge on Sunday. You can watch the game with us here as live football is available throughout the week on Live Sport Network. With over 50,000 active members we are the number one network you can access to watch live soccer online.
The Blues slipped to a horror 3-1 loss to Wigan at the DW Stadium last week in a game that saw goalkeeper Petr Cech sent off after a straight red card. The Latics took the lead in the 16th minute through a Titus Bramble header, but Didier Drogba equalized in the 47th minute. Hugo Rodallega scored from the spot after Cech was sent off and Paul Schraner made it 3-1 on 90 minutes to hand Chelsea their first defeat under new boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Chelsea were unconvincing in their 1-0 win over APOEL in the Champions League during the midweek with Nicolas Anelka scoring the winner. Manager Ancelotti will be aware that a defeat to Liverpool will rob his side of all the early momentum. Joe Cole and Deco will come into the equation for this game, while Ashley Cole needs to pass a late fitness test to figure in this game.
Meanwhile Liverpool were stunned 2-0 by Fiorentina in the Champions League during the midweek with Stevan Jovetic scoring both the goals. The Reds had beaten Hull 6-1 last week and looked to be regaining their momentum when this shock defeat took place.
Against Hull, Fernando Torres had grabbed a hat-trick, while Ryan Babel netted a brace and Steven Gerrard scored the other goal. Manager Rafa Benitez will be aware that his side cannot afford another loss so early in the season having already lost twice in the 7 games played so far.
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