Thanks for signing up! Keep an eye on your inbox. Sorry! There was an error processing your subscription. Viewing informationDate: Saturday, Feb. 11 | Time: 10 a. m. ETLocation: Emirates Stadium -- LondonLive stream: Peacock PremiumOdds: Arsenal -225; Draw +350; Brentford +600 (via Caesars Sportsbook) Featured Game | Arsenal vs. Brentford StorylinesArsenal: Last season the Gunners had a problematic habit of following one defeat with a few more for good measure, losing two or more Premier League games in succession on four separate occasions.
The Hammers have picked up four points from their last two matches against Everton and Newcastle but remain just a point and place above the Premier League’s bottom three. Chelsea have just one win in their last seven matches in all competitions - with Graham Potter under pressure to spark some life into his team’s attack. The Blues have failed to score in their last two matches following goalless draws against Liverpool and Fulham. Here’s everything you need to know. West Ham United host Chelsea FC in the opening fixture of the Premier League weekend on Saturday, with both teams desperate for a win to boost their position in the table. The Hammers remain just a point and a place above the relegation zone, despite picking up a win against Everton and a draw at Newcastle in their last two matches. Chelsea are ninth after a run of just one Premier League win in their last six games, while Graham Potter’s side have failed to score in their last two. It means the Chelsea manager is under pressure to spark some life into his team’s attack, but the Blues are set to be boosted by the return of Joao Felis from suspension.
When is West Ham vs Chelsea? The match will kick off at 12:30pm GMT on Saturday 11 February. Is it on TV and is there a live stream? It will be shown live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting from 11:30am. BT Sport customers can also stream the match live on the BT Sport website and mobile app. What is the team news? Thilo Kehrer sustained an injury at Newcastle last week and was removed at half time, with the defender set to be unavailable along with Kurt Zouma, Maxwell Cornet and Gianluca Scamacca. Raheem Sterling is the latest to join Chelsea’s lengthy injury list after picking up a knock in training but the Blues are set to be boosted by the return of Joao Felix, who is available again following his three-match suspension for being sent off against Fulham on his Premier League debut. Mateo Kovacic and Denis Zakaria have returned to training but remain doubts while Graham Potter may also have one eye on Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final first leg at Borussia Dortmund, especially with Reece James and Ben Chilwell only just returning from injury.
So far Arsenal have only lost two league games in total but the fact that the second of those -- a 1-0 slump at Everton last Saturday -- followed a defeat in the FA Cup means there could be renewed questions over this team's bouncebackability. Mikel Arteta, however, sees a side ready to put to bed their disappointment last time out. "In football, you're going to lose football matches, " he said. "The match we lost at [Manchester] City was very different to the one we lost against Everton.