Al Hilal vs Chelsea: times, how to watch on TV, how to stream online
AFC Champions League winners Al Hilal take on UEFA Champions League holders Chelsea in the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup on Wednesday.
Al Hilal vs Chelsea: Club World Cup semi-final preview
Chelsea will be without head coach Thomas Tuchel when they take on AFC Champions League holders Al Hilal in the second semi-final of the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup on Wednesday.
Tuchel missed the Blues’ FA Cup victory over Plymouth Argyle on Saturday after testing positive for covid-19, and has so far been unable to fly out to Abu Dhabi with the UEFA Champions League winners.
Although the German has been ruled out of the Al Hilal clash, he could yet return to the dugout for a potential final, against Copa Libertadores holders Palmeiras on Saturday.
Chelsea are featuring at the Club World Cup for the second time, having been beaten by Corinthians in the 2012 final.
For Al Hilal, who thumped hosts Al Jazira 6-1 to reach the semi-finals, this is also a second appearance at the tournament. In 2019, the Saudi champions overcame ES Tunis in the second round, before going down to Flamengo in the last four.
Palmeiras beat African champions Al Ahly 2-0 in the first semi-final on Tuesday.
What time does Al Hilal vs Chelsea start?
The 2022 FIFA Club World Cup semi-final between Al Hilal and Chelsea will kick off at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, on Wednesday 9 February 2022 at 8:30pm local time (GST).
In the US, that’s 11:30am ET and 8:30am PT. In the UK, the game starts at 4:30pm (GMT).
Find out what time Al Hilal vs Chelsea starts wherever you are in the world.
Where can I watch Al Hilal vs Chelsea in the US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels will be broadcasting Al Hilal vs Chelsea:
US: Fox Sports 2, FOX Deportes
Viewers in the US and the UK will be able to stream the game online on:
US: FOX Sports App, Foxsports.com
Al Hilal vs Chelsea: live with AS USA
You can also follow the Club World Cup clash in Abu Dhabi with AS USA’s live-text coverage. Paul Rudder will be building up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium, before talking you through the action.
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