On Tuesday, September 6, Chelsea travel to Croatia to take on Dinamo Zagreb as the group stages of the Champions League get underway. The match kicks off at 5:45pm UK time at the Stadion Maksimir.
Chelsea were knocked out of the competition at the quarter-final stage last time out, losing a dramatic tie 5-4 against eventual winners Real Madrid. Thomas Tuchel's side have had a mixed start to the new Premier League season, and arrive in the Croatian capital on the back of a controversial 2-1 win against West Ham.
As for Dinamo Zagreb, they have already faced a fight to reach the group stages, coming through three qualifying rounds to book their place in Europe's elite competition.
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The other teams in Champions League Group E are seven-time winners AC Milan and RB Salzburg.
This is everything you need to know about the TV and live stream details for the Champions League match between Dinamo Zagreb and Chelsea.
When is Dinamo Zagreb v Chelsea?
The Champions League Group A match between Dinamo Zagreb and Chelsea kicks off at 5:45pm on Tuesday, September 6.
Which TV channel is Dinamo Zagreb v Chelsea on?
The game between Dinamo Zagreb and Chelsea will be shown on BT Sport in the UK. You can see the latest BT Sport listings here.
How to watch a live stream of Dinamo Zagreb v Chelsea?
How to follow Dinamo Zagreb v Chelsea via live text updates?
We will be hosting live text coverage of Dinamo Zagreb v Chelsea, and all the key Champions League clashes, via eurosport.co.uk and eurosport.com.
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