Chelsea’s Next 4 Premier League Fixtures Compared To Arsenal, Tottenham & Man City
Graham Potter’s Chelsea have yet to play their first Premier League match after games against Fulham and Liverpool were postponed, but against Crystal Palace on Saturday, the new Blues manager will have the opportunity to start winning. Chelsea currently hold the seventh spot in the Premier League standings and will have a very busy month of October. The Blues will play nine matches in a busy month that is jam-packed with midweek Champions League and Premier League action.
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea – October 1
Potter’s first Premier League game as team manager will be Chelsea’s away London derby fixture against Crystal Palace. Patrick Vieira’s club still has the talent to cause the Blues problems despite only having one victory through their first six games of the season.
The main attacking danger for Palace is Wilfried Zaha, who has four goals in five games so far this season. Chelsea needs to be solid defensively and quick offensively if they hope to defeat the Eagles.
Chelsea vs Wolves – October 8
Wolves, who have lost six of their opening seven games, provide a similar obstacle for Chelsea. Team Bruno Lage. Previous Blues striker Diego Costa may be in a position to face his former squad and might wind up haunting them in Potter’s first Premier League home game. Romelu Lukaku tied the score for Chelsea last season with two quick goals, but the opponents’ two late goals made it 2-2.
Aston Villa vs Chelsea – October 16
Villa’s recent play has improved after a rough start to the season, and they once again pose a tough challenge for Potter’s team. Chelsea will be seeking to get off to a strong start during the international break after Potter was given plenty of time to work with his new players on the training field to hasten the transfer and adaptation process.
Brentford vs Chelsea – October 19
Ivan Toney, Brentford’s leading scorer, will always be a serious threat. Brentford have already defeated Manchester United this season by a score of 4-0. The Blues can’t afford any mistakes against the Bees, but playing away again so soon after going to Villa Park may prove to be a difficult test for them.
Arsenal’s next four fixtures
Tottenham (H)-October 1
Liverpool (H)-October 9
Leeds United (A)-October 16
Southampton (A)-October 23
Tottenham’s next four fixtures
Arsenal (A)-October 1
Brighton (A)-October 8
Everton (H)-October 15
Manchester United (A)-October 19
Manchester City’s next four fixtures
Manchester United (H)-October 2
Southampton (A)-October 8
Liverpool (A)-October 16
Brighton (H)-October 22
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