Chelsea vs Sevilla kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Frank Lampard will need to find a solution for Chelsea’s leaky defence when their Champions League campaign starts on Tuesday night.

Two of the Blues’ last three league games have ended in 3-3 draws.

They now welcome the Europa League champions to west London in their opening Group E clash, although the visitors go into the match off the back of a 1-0 defeat to Granada in La Liga.

Striker Timo Werner is starting to find his range – scoring his first Premier League goals at the weekend – along with Kai Havertz, who also netted.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Champions League group game.

What time is Chelsea vs Sevilla?

Chelsea ’s first Champions League game of the season kicks off at Stamford Bridge at 8pm on Tuesday.

Group E’s other match between Rennes and FK Krasnodar is also an 8pm kick-off.

Elsewhere, fellow Premier League side Manchester United get their campaign underway at 8pm too, when they play PSG.

Barcelona take on Ferencvárosi TC at 8pm, while Lazio host Borussia Dortmund.

Chelsea vs Sevilla TV channel and live stream

Chelsea fans can find Tuesday’s Champions League group game on BT Sport 3 from 7.15pm.

Those who have paid for BT Sport can also stream the game on the broadcaster’s app.

Man Utd’s trip to Paris will be on BT Sport 2 while the Champions League Goals Show will allow fans to watch the best of the action from all five 8pm matches.

Barcelona vs Ferencvárosi TC is on BT Sport ESPN.

Chelsea vs Sevilla odds

Get your head around this.

Chelsea have drawn three of their last four matches, have kept one clean sheet in five Premier League outings and face a Sevilla side who won their opening two La Liga matches of the season, deservedly drew at Barcelona then lost to a late Granada goal at the weekend only after resting four players ahead of tonight's Champions League test and playing with 10-men for the entire second half after a red card.

Yet Chelsea are Evens favourites with British bookies thepools.com, while Sevilla are 13/5 to win and the draw is 13/5.

Even Sevilla draw no bet is 8/5.

We're all for patriotic punting, but we want to make money, too, and Sevilla's price is easily the more appealing.

Other prices to consider are the half-time result. All but one of Sevilla’s last nine UEFA fixtures have produced a drawn Half-Time result – and the half-time draw is 5/4.

While Chelsea have conceded in five of their seven competitive games this season, Sevilla have scored in four of their five competitive games but kept just one clean sheet – so Both Teams To Score looks a nailed on 8/13.

Timo Werner scored four goals in eight Champions League appearances last season and got off the mark in the Premier League on Saturday.

He is 4/1 to open the scoring and 13/10 to score at any time.

Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.

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