Hull vs Chelsea FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for FA Cup fourth round game

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CHELSEA make the long trip to Hull as they look to book their place in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Frank Lampard‘s Blues have been inconsistent in recent weeks and will be keen to avoid a potential upset against the Championship playoff chasers.

Frank Lampard saw his side twice throw away a lead against Arsenal
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Hull have narrowly lost their last two league matches and have won just six of their 14 home fixtures so far this campaign.

Grant McCann saw his side battle back from behind in the last round against Rotherham, while the visitors saw off Nottingham Forest.

Bowen has been vital for Hull since his breakout in 2017
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What time does Hull vs Chelsea kick off?

CHELSEA make the trip north to Hull on Saturday, January 25.

The evening FA Cup offering, kick-off is at 5.30pm.

When the Blues last visited this ground in 2016, they ran out 2-0 winners thanks to strikes from Willian and Diego Costa.

Infact Hull haven’t beaten Chelsea in any of the North London sides seven visits, losing six of them.

The only draw was back in 2010, when Steven Mouyokolo netted in a 1-1 stalemate.

What TV channel is Hull vs Chelsea on and can I live stream it?

THIS game is being broadcast live by BT Sport in the UK.

Coverage will begin on BT Sport 1 and Ultimate at 5.15pm, following on from a host of 3pm kick-offs.

If you’re a BT Broadband customer, you can stream BT Sport by heading to the official website and logging in.

While subscribers can also download the BT Sport app on a number of devices.

How can I watch for free?

EE phone customers can watch this game without paying a penny.

If you have a phone contract with EE, you can get three months of BT Sport completely FREE.

Simply text 150 to SPORT – and you can always cancel at any time.


What is the team news?

Chelsea are without top scorer Tammy Abraham and American winger Christian Pulisic.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Marco Van Ginkel are also still sidelined, while Reece James is expected to sit this cup match out.

Meanwhile, Hull City are missing Callum Elder, Jon Toral and Kevin Stewart to long-term injuries.

Matthew Pennington, Jordy de Wijs and Angus MacDonald are all doubts, while Stephen Kingsley could make his return.

What they said

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard: “We respect the FA Cup. I do, the players do and this club has been fortunate enough to win it a fair few times in the modern era so we want to win it again.

“People will argue whether top four is more important than the FA Cup but I don’t think we need to get into that one.

“We’re professionals so we want to win the game and get through to the next round.”

Hull boss Grant McCann: “This is a great game for us but Huddersfield and Brentford is more important for me, it really is.

“They’re the big ones. The league games are the priority. This is a nice bonus. We’ll look forward to the game and we’ll try to win it, of course we will.

“We won’t go out there with any other intention than that.”

Match odds

  • Hull to win – 11/2
  • Match to be a draw – 10/3
  • Chelsea victory – 1/2
  • Both teams to score – 8/11

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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