While Chelsea travel to Burnley looking for their first Premier League win in three matches, the Clarets are still seeking their first victory of the season.
Frank Lampard’s men have started the new campaign in mixed form, but only recently has the Blues manager had a fully-fit squad to choose from.
Sean Dyche’s side have looked a shadow of the team which finished tenth last season, claiming just one point from their opening five, but Chelsea will be wary that all bad runs must end somewhere.
Fans who want to watch this one will have to dip into their pocket after the Premier League decided to stick with their current pay-per-view arrangements until November’s international break at least.
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Date and kick-off time
The match will take place at Turf Moor at 3pm on Saturday, October 31.
This fixture produced six goals last season as Chelsea ran out 4-2 winners, thanks largely to a Christian Pulisic hat-trick.
TV channel and live stream
This game is one of the Premier League matches to be shown under the new pay-per-view system this season.
It will be broadcast on BT Sport Box Office from 2pm.
It will cost £14.95 and can then be live streamed via the app using their mobile, tablet or computer devices.
Updates from Burnley will be live on talkSPORT from 2:30pm.
Adrian Durham will be with you for GameDay Live as he goes around the grounds for all the goals as they go in from the Premier League and EFL.
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