October 11, 2022
Is Chelsea vs Tottenham on TV tonight?  Kick-off time, channel and how to watch the Women’s Super League game

Tottenham received a boost ahead of their Women’s Super League game against Chelsea on Thursday as Shelina Zadorsky extended her stay.

The star has triggered the clause to stay at the club for another year and will help the team try to secure a Champions League place this season. Spurs are 11 points off the top three, which means they have to win all of their remaining games and hope Manchester United and Manchester City drop points.

The team have improved dramatically under Rehanne Skinner, with many fans not predicting Spurs would be a challenge for European football this season. It was this record that kept Zadorsky at the club.

She said: “Working with a club that wants to keep building a winning culture is so exciting for me. Working with Rehanne and the rest of our team has made me a better player and I want to keep growing. It’s a huge honor to play for the club.”

But will she play against Chelsea and how will fans be able to watch? Here’s everything you need to know.

When is it?

The match kicks off at 7:45 p.m. on Thursday, April 28 at Kingsmeadow.

How can I watch?

The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports. Subscribers will also be able to stream the game on the Sky Go app.

If you are not a Sky customer, you can enter a NOWTV day pass here to watch without subscription.

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Team News

Chelsea will be without star goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger as she is suspended following her red card on Sunday. Fran Kirby remains indefinitely with undiagnosed fatigue and Melanie Leupolz is unavailable following the announcement of her pregnancy.

Tottenham, meanwhile, will be without Ashleigh Neville as she is suspended after receiving a fifth yellow card at the weekend. Ria Percival and Kit Graham remain long-term injuries for the team.

Planned compositions

Chelsea: Musovic; Nouwen, Bright, Ingle; Carter, Eriksson, Ji, Reiten; Kerr, Andersson, Cuthbert.

Tottenham: Korpela; Addison, Bartrip, Schnaderbeck, Zadorsky; Harrop, Summanen, Simon; Cho, Naz, Williams.

Odds

Chelsea – 1/25

Draw – 11/1

Tottenham – 40/1

Prediction

After Chelsea’s exploits against Tottenham on Sunday, it’s hard to see Spurs picking up a win at Kingsmeadow. Les Bleus are formidable at home and with the title in sight it would be a huge upset if they lost. Chelsea 3-0 Tottenham.

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