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Chelsea 2022/23 Premier League Fixtures: A Closer Look

Chelsea, Six Sports

The Premier League recently revealed the fixtures of the 2022/23 season. With the World Cup in Qatar in the middle of the season. It will have a dynamic like no other previous season. Here we take a look at the fixture list of Chelsea for the upcoming season.

Chelsea would be disappointed with their previous season. Fresh off of winning the Champions League, it promised to be another fruitful campaign. The signing of Romelu Lukaku added more gloss to the existing team.

However, injuries and off-field issues derailed the Blues’s campaign. They finished a distant third from Manchester City and Liverpool. Thomas Tuchel will be looking to make changes this time around. 

They begin their season against their club legend Frank Lampard’s Everton at the Goodinson. However, Their next fixture is a spicy one against fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur. Ex-Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is now at Spurs. e would love to hurt his old side. Their other fixtures in August include Leeds and Leicester City. 

A crunch tie against Liverpool is scheduled on the 17th of September at Stamford Bridge. The opposite fixture at Anfield is on the 21st of January. The games against Manchester City meanwhile have been scheduled for New Year’s Day and the 20th of May.

Derbies against Arsenal take place on 5th November and 29th April respectively. Chelsea’s final game before the Premier League takes a break for the World Cup  is against Newcastle. They return to action against familiar foes Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

Full Chelsea Fixture List

Below is their fixture list in full:

6 August Everton 

13 August Tottenham Hotspur (H)

20 August Leeds United 

27 August Leicester City (H)

31 August Southampton 

3 September West Ham United 

10 September Fulham 

17 September Liverpool 

1 October Crystal Palace 

8 October Wolverhampton Wanderers 

15 October Aston Villa 

18 October Brentford 

22 October Manchester United 

29 October Brighton & Hove Albion 

5 November Arsenal 

12 November Newcastle United 

26 December Bournemouth 

31 December Nottingham Forest 

2 January Manchester City 

14 January Crystal Palace 

21 January Liverpool 

4 February Fulham 

11 February West Ham United 

18 February Southampton 

25 February Tottenham Hotspur 

4 March Leeds United 

11 March Leicester City 

18 March Everton 

1 April Aston Villa 

8 April Wolverhampton Wanderers 

15 April Brighton & Hove Albion 

22 April Manchester United 

26 April Brentford 

29 April Arsenal 

6 May Bournemouth 

13 May Nottingham Forest 

20 May Manchester City 

28 May Newcastle United 

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