Chelsea Vs. Arsenal TV Channel, Live Stream, Time: Where to Watch the Premier League clash Today

The Premier League campaign is only a week old but it's already time for the first London derby of the season on Saturday, as Chelsea host Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

Both clubs ushered in a new era last weekend, as Maurizio Sarri made his debut as Chelsea coach with a convincing 3-0 win away at Huddersfield, while Unai Emery's first game in charge of Arsenal ended with a 2-0 defeat at home against Manchester City.

As usual, fans in the U.S. have an array of options to choose from when it comes to watch the game.

Kick-off time: 12:30 p.m.

TV Channels: NBC, Universo

Live streaming: NBC sports website, fuboTV, Sling Blue and PlayStation Vue (free trial)

Odds: bet365 has Chelsea at 4/5 (-125.000 in moneyline terms), while the draw is at 3/1 and Arsenal are 7/2.

Match preview:

Following their opening day defeat at the hands of City things don't get any easier for Arsenal, who travel across London to face a side they have beaten just once in the last 10 Premier League meetings. Chelsea have won five of the last six league games at Stamford Bridge against Arsenal, with the Gunners' last win in west London coming in October 2011.

The Blues made light work of Huddersfield last Saturday and could be boosted by the return of Eden Hazard, who only made a cameo appearance against the Terriers. It remains to be seen whether either Pedro and Willian will make way for the Belgian, or whether Sarri will opt to deploy him up front as a striker.

During his spell at Napoli, the Italian often played Dries Mertens as main striker despite his diminutive size and could do the same with Hazard, particularly given that Alvaro Morata continues to struggle for form.

Sarri also insisted the Belgian will remain at Chelsea, despite interest from Real Madrid.

"I have spoken with him very often in the last 10 days," he was quoted as saying by The Guardian. "He has never said anything to me about this. I am sure Eden will be with us for this season."

Arsenal's Spanish manager Unai Emery (L) embraces Chelsea's Italian manager Maurizio Sarri ahead of the International Champions Cup friendly at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on August 1. Chelsea host Arsenal on Saturday in the Premier League. Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Emery, meanwhile, faces selection dilemmas of his own as he is without a recognized left-back. With Nacho Monreal and Sead Kolasinac both injured, Ainsley Maitland-Niles started in the role against Manchester City but hobbled off in the first half and has not recovered in time.

Stephan Lichsteiner could deputize at left-back, while summer signing Lucas Torreira could replace one of Granit Xhaka and Matteo Guendouzi in midfield. The pair didn't impress on Sunday and Torreira, a summer signing from Sampdoria, could be handed his first Premier League start, while Petr Cech looks set to retain his spot in the starting XI against his former club.

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Emery hinted he would not make wholesale changes for his first visit to Stamford Bridge.

"We didn't lose [against City] because of our personality, our idea, our style," he told reporters.

"We lost on other things, we can improve on other things, tactics, improve for our learning on the next match. We are building our style because we think it's the best way, to have the control on each match, to find the best way to win."