Newcastle v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Sunday 26th August 2018

Venue: St James’ Park

Kick-off: 16:00 BST

 

 

 

Today’s game sees us make the trip to St James’ Park to take on Barcelona Newcastle.

Their start to the season could have been better and they come into this game off the back of a draw to Cardiff after Kenedy missed a 96th minute penalty.… Read More

CHELSEA v Arsenal: Preview

Date: Saturday 18th August 2018

Venue: Stamford Bridge

Kick-off: 17:30 BST

 

 

 

After a comfortable enough opening day for us against Huddersfield last week, today’s late game sees us at home to Arsenal.

The Gunners had a tough start last week with an inevitable defeat to Manchester City and on paper, you’d think they wouldn’t particularly fancy the next fixture drawn to have been against us either.… Read More

Huddersfield v CHELSEA: Preview

 

 

 

 

 


Date
: 11th August 2018

Venue: John Smith’s Stadium

Kick-off: 15:00 BST

 

Another season, another manager as our first game of the season marks the Premier League debut of Maurizio Sarri. Today’s opponents Huddersfield have done a bit of business over the summer in an attempt to improve their chances of staying up again this season, and lets not forget the spirited Terriers managed a draw against us last season anyway.… Read More

Community Shield preview: Who’s available, and how will Maurizio Sarri set up?

Club football is finally back!

The official curtain raiser to the 2018/19 campaign sees Chelsea square off against Manchester City on Sunday. Having qualified as the reigning FA Cup winners, we are looking to win this trophy for the first time since 2009, despite making 4 appearances since then. Back then, nine years ago, this was the debut game for a new Italian manager.… Read More

CHELSEA V Man United: FA Cup Final Preview

Date: Saturday 19th May, 2018

Venue: Wembley Stadium

Kick-off: 17:15 BST

 

 

 

 

This preview should probably come with a government anti-football warning but in the absence of one, here it comes.

Today’s final game of what has felt an extremely long season marks the third FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United.… Read More

Chelsea bid to send Conte out on a high against Man Utd

Chelsea face Manchester United in the 2018 FA Cup final on Saturday aiming to finish off a largely disappointing campaign on a high note.

The Blues have struggled to replicate the form they showed during their title-winning success in 2016/17 and the final could well be manager Antonio Conte’s last game in charge of the club.… Read More

CHELSEA v Liverpool: Preview

Date: Sunday 6th May, 2018

Venue: Stamford Bridge

Kick-off: 16:30 BST

 

 

 

This afternoon’s game sees us at home to a Liverpool side with their heads full of the Champions League final. Mind you, they haven’t won it, so they still need to book their place for next year and a win at Stamford Bridge would see that happen.Read More

Swansea v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Saturday 28th April, 2018

Venue: Liberty Stadium

Kick-off: 17:30 BST

 

 

 

After getting ourselves through to the FA Cup final with a win against Southampton last week, its back to the business of the Premier League today as the late game sees us travel to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea.Read More

CHELSEA v Southampton: FA Cup Semi-final Preview

 

Date: Sunday 22nd April, 2018

Venue: Wembley Stadium

Kick-off: 15:00 BST

 

In this afternoon’s game, Chelsea will be appearing at the new Wembley for the 18th time, taking on Southampton in the FA Cup semi-final, with the winners facing Manchester United in this year’s final.

Of course, we have beaten Southampton in the not too distant past but had to come back from 2 goals down to do it, so we shouldn’t be taking this too lightly.Read More

Burnley v CHELSEA: Preview

Date: Thursday 19th April, 2018

Venue: Turf Moor

Kick-off: 19:45 BST

 

 

 

Our first half against Southampton at the weekend was one of the most dispirited, abject displays we’ve seen in quite a number of years and when Conte came out to take his seat early for the second half, you’d have been forgiven for thinking he’d given up in the dressing room and decided to miss the team-talk because we didn’t look that much livelier at the start of the second half.Read More