- The Blues to battle Huddersfield in their first league game opener.
- The Blues looking to start this season on a good note after starting last season with a loss.
Chelsea FC will begin their 2018/19 Premier League campaign with a trip to Huddersfield Town.
The fixtures for the forthcoming season are out, but Chelsea still remain uncertain about who’ll be in the dugout for the club as Antonio Conte is expected to leave the club this summer and reported negotiations with Napoli for Maurizio Sarri continue to linger.
Chelsea will also play the Europa League in the first round for the first time in 16 years, and it is expected that some of the club’s fixtures will be rescheduled to Sunday, as the fixtures were released with default Saturday 3pm kick-off times.
It can be recalled that Chelsea lost their opening game in the Premier League last season for the first time in 19 years in a shocking 3:2 loss at home to Burnley. Therefore, the person at the dugout will look to make immediate amends.
Chelsea’s Premier League fixtures in full
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27/10/2018 Burnley (a) 15:00
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20/04/2019 Burnley (h) 15:00
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Also read our story on Three key points from Huddersfield vs Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri began his Chelsea era as manager in the Premier League with a 3 nil win away to Huddersfield Town. This was a decent start for Sarriball at Stamford Bridge. Click the link to get the full story.