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Chelsea 0-0 Everton LIVE! Premier League Match Stream, Latest Score and Goal Updates Today

Chelsea host Everton at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League tonight. Graham Potter’s side appear to have turned a corner of late, claiming three rebounding wins as the former Brighton manager lifts some of the pressure off him.

With the priority this season now being next month’s Champions League tie with Real Madrid, the Blues will be keen to maintain their recovery in League form to ensure they enter it with confidence. N’Golo Kante is back for Chelsea and is named on the bench, while Reece James is fit to start with a big boost.

Three straight wins have lifted the mood at Stamford Bridge, and Potter will be desperate for his side to build on that momentum in the international break. For Everton, their improvements have largely come at home, and now they have to prove they can deliver on the road. Follow all the action LIVE with the Standard Sport match blog!

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3 minutes: Fernandez tries his luck just outside the area, blocked and there are some very promising handball calls. Never understand that.

Decent start from the Blues though, right on the front foot. Felix gets a free kick for his team in a dangerous position.



Operational at Stamford Bridge!


Not long now!

Players will be in the tunnel any minute now.

Reminder of Everton’s dismal record at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League – one win in 30. That’s a lot of misery!

The international break is approaching for these two teams after this game, so it’s important to get to the heart of the matter.


Potter on Kante’s Return

“Managers before me have spoken a lot about him because he’s a top player,” the Chelsea boss said.

“We missed him a lot. That doesn’t mean the others didn’t give their all, but N’Golo Kante is N’Golo Kante.

“Once he’s at his highest level, he’s a huge player for us. We want him to be the player he is, but in a responsible way, in the safest way possible.”


Dom Smith at Stamford Bridge

A few weeks ago, this could have been a crucial game for Chelsea.

But Graham Potter’s side have won three games in a row – against Leeds, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester – and now it’s just an important game in the context of the international break coming next.


No league wins at Stamford Bridge since 1994…


Potter surprised by the call of the Mount

Graham Potter has admitted he was unaware Gareth Southgate intended to select Mason Mount in his England squad for this month’s matches against Ukraine and Italy.

The midfielder is unavailable to face Everton but has been named in the 23-man squad announced by Southgate on Thursday. Mount has not played for Chelsea since the 2-0 loss to Tottenham at the end of February.

The PA news agency understands that a breakdown in communication between Chelsea and the English side led to Mount’s inclusion in the squad announced on Thursday. Potter admitted his surprise at Mount’s selection and confirmed the player would not be fit to play for club or country before the end of the international window.

“He was never available as far as I know,” Potter said. “Probably as a club we will (ask for clarification on why he was appointed). I don’t have all the contacts of all the doctors.

“As far as I know, he wasn’t going to be available for us on the weekends. He needed some time for his injury to calm down which practically ruled him out of England.

“I don’t think there is anything untoward. Sometimes a player can be named but there are still a few days when things can change. As far as I know he was not available.

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Landmark for Chilwell

It is Chilwell’s 50th Premier League appearance for Chelsea tonight.

The Englishman has also been in good form, with a goal last time out against Leicester and an assist in the win over Leeds.

Not good news for Cucurella, who also misses out on a place in the bottom three this time around.

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Dom Smith at Stamford Bridge

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