CHELSEA v Stoke: Preview

Date: Saturday 31st December, 2016
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Kick-off: 15:00 GMT

Our last game of the season sees us at home to Stoke City.
Mark Hughes’ side has struggled for consistency so far this season and come into the game with no win from the previous four after what looked like a half-decent spell.… Read More

CHELSEA v Bournemouth: Preview

Date: Monday 26th December 2016
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Kick-off: 15:00 GMT

This afternoon’s Boxing Day fixture sees us at home to 10th place Bournemouth.
Chelsea will go into this game at the top of the table and a bit of breathing space, thanks to 11 previous wins in a row.… Read More

Crystal Palace v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Saturday 17th December, 2017
Venue: Selhurst Park
Kick-off: 12:30 GMT

Today’s early kick off sees us take the short trip to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace and whilst we’re riding on confidence with ten straight wins, Palace aren’t doing quite so well. This time last season it was us struggling in 16th and Palace sitting 6th in the table but with one win in ten, Crystal Palace are taking up 16th spot coming into the game.… Read More

Sunderland v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Wednesday 14th December, 2016
Venue: Stadium of Light
Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

After our well-fought 9th successive win at the weekend, where we really had to dig in to get something from a resilient West Brom, tonight it’s a trip to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland.… Read More

CHELSEA v West Brom: Preview

Date: Sunday 11th December, 2016
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Kick-off: 12:00 GMT

After another battle from behind last week gave Guadiola and City the hump, and us a 3-1 win and another 3 points, today’s early kick-off sees Chelsea play host to West Brom.
Whilst we go looking for a ninth consecutive win, West Brom come into the game with 3 wins in their last four games and sitting seventh in the table.… Read More

Manchester City v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Saturday 3rd December, 2016
Venue: Etihad Stadium
Kick-off: 12:30 GMT

Last week against Spurs we conceded our first goal in over 600 minutes and there were tears and tantrums in abundance. It’s true we didn’t have a great first half but the cries of us ‘being found out’ and Conte’s formation (which had served us well for the six wins before last week) ‘not working anymore’, were drowned out when Pedro served up a reminder of what else we’d got in our locker.… Read More