Chelsea FC 2014-15 Premier League Fixtures List

by Rory Kernaghan | Posted on Monday, September 1st, 2014 | 0

Jose Mourinho’s Blues have certainly had a flying start to the 2014-15 Premier League season. Chelsea have won all three of their opening fixtures in the EPL so far, and convincingly at that. First game of the season was a 3-1 win away at Burnley on the opening weekend of the 2014-15 Premier League fixtures, then they gave Leicester the blues with a 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge. This Saturday was their most impressive showing by far, as Chelsea smashed six past Everton to win 6-3 at Goodison Park…

Chelsea FC 2014-15 Premier League Fixtures List

Games you don’t want to miss

September 20th, Manchester City away

Last seasons champions will play host to Mourinho’s invincible looking squad, and this could be an early indicator for the 2014-15 champions. Both clubs have an incredible squad this season, and this game has all the makings of a classic

October 4th, Arsenal at home

The Arsenal vs Chelsea London derby is always fun to watch, and on October 4th 2014, the Blues will host the Gunners at Stamford Bridge. Be sure to tune in for this one, as emotions often run high when Chelsea play Arsenal.

April 11th 2015, QPR away

The Blues will make the short travel to Queens Park Rangers for a West London Derby, and this one should be a cracker. Late on in the season, it could potentially hold championship/relegation ramifications.

With three opening wins in the season so far, and the champions already dropping three points to Stoke, this 2014-15 Premier League Season could see Chelsea as winners. With Jose Mourinho at the wheel, you could argue that anything is possible for the Blues.

For the full Chelsea FC 2014-15 Premier League Fixtures List, please read on……

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2014-15 Chelsea FC Premier League Fixtures

September 13: Swansea (H)

September 20: Manchester City (A)

September 27: Aston Villa (H)

October 4: Arsenal (H)

October 18: Crystal Palace (A)

October 25:Manchester United (A)

November 1: Queens Park Rangers (H)

November 8: Liverpool (A)

November 22: West Bromwich Albion (H)

November 29: Sunderland (A)

December 3: Tottenham (H)

December 6: Newcastle (A)

December 13: Hull (H)

December 20: Stoke (A)

December 26: West Ham (H)

December 28: Southampton (A)

January 1: Tottenham (A)

January 10: Newcastle (H)

January 17: Swansea (A)

January 31: Manchester City (H)

February 7: Aston Villa (A)

February 11: Everton (H)

February 21: Burnley (H)

February 28: Leicester (A)

March 3: West Ham (A)

March 14: Southampton (H)

March 21: Hull (A)

April 4: Stoke (H)

April 11: Queens Park Rangers (A)

April 18: Manchester United (H)

April 25: Arsenal (A)

May 2: Crystal Palace (H)

May 9: Liverpool (H)

May 16: West Bromwich Albion (A)

May 24: Sunderland (H)

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