The Blues are back in overseas action this week, as our latest pre-season clash leads us to Austria and a fixture with RB Salzburg.
Frank Lampard’s side head into the game off the back of a 4-3 win at Reading, with the start of the new Premier League season growing ever closer.
There are two more pre-season games to finish before the new campaign gets underway against Manchester United at Old Trafford, and we outline how you can watch Wednesday’s game in Austria live online…
When is the game in Austria?
The game against RB Salzburg kicks off at 7pm (UK time) on Wednesday 31 July.
Where is it being played?
The match will be held at Red Bull Arena, the home stadium of RB Salzburg. The stadium is known as Stadion Salzburg for UEFA matches and the capacity is just shy of 32,000.
How can I watch it live online?
Our latest pre-season friendly can be watched via a live stream on this website or on our 5th Stand app.
If you choose to watch the live stream on the website, from the UK and Ireland you can view our remaining pre-season games for £10.99. If you sign up after further games have been played, the price will remain the same.
If you choose to watch on The 5th Stand app, the Salzburg game is available for £1.99. The game can be purchased a few hours before kick-off.
Please note that the video of the game is only available in the UK and Ireland.
Please be aware that you will only be able to watch on the channel you sign up on. If you pay to watch the game on The 5th Stand app you will only be able to watch on the 5th Stand and not the website. If you sign up to watch on the videos section of this website you will only be able to watch on the website and not The 5th Stand.
What is the full broadcast schedule?
4.30pm (UK time) – Pre-season highlights so far
5pm – This week at Chelsea featuring an exclusive Cesar Azpilicueta interview
5.30pm – Live pitchside from Salzburg
5.45pm - Pre-season highlights so far
6.40pm – Pre-match build-up
7pm – Kick-off
Last time out
The Blues beat Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday, edging out the Royals 4-3 with Mason Mount on target twice. The highlights of that win can be viewed below.
Lampard’s side have also defeated Barcelona and St Patrick’s Athletic so far this pre-season.
Lampard is expected to name a similar squad to that which defeated Reading last time out, although N’Golo Kante is closing in on a return from injury. The boss has stated that he expects the midfielder to take part in full training this week, although it remains to be seen whether Wednesday’s game comes too soon for him to feature.