Chelsea fixtures 2014-15 Premier League: Blues given easy start against newly-promoted Burnley and Leicester
Our comprehensive guide to all of the 2014/15 fixtures, plus a detailed look at some of the most important games of the season for your club
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has previously suggested that 2014/15 will be their year to win the title. The Blues have already signed Cesc Fabregas, with Diego Costa possibly on his way, and this kind of investment will ensures the Londoners will be right up there as title contenders.
Here are some of the highlights from Chelsea's fixture list to look out for:
Chelsea will face Burnley at Turf Moor on the 16 August.
Chelsea will play against Sunderland at the Stamford Bridge on the 24 May.
Games against biggest rivals
Arsenal: 4 October (H), 25 April (A).
Manchester United: 25 October (A), 18 April (H).
Manchester City: 20 September (A), 31 January (H).
Liverpool: 8 November (A), 9 May (H).
Over the festive period
Chelsea will play over the festive period West Ham on Boxing Day, Southampton on 28 December and Tottenham on New Year's Day.
Full fixture list:
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Premier League Fixtures 2014/15 club by club
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