Chelsea matches: Full report on Date, time, venue, opponents and how to watch live match confirmed

Chelsea matches: Full report on Date, time, venue, opponents and how to watch live match confirmed

Premier League have confirmed the fixtures for the first two weeks of the resumption of the 2019/20 season which start on Wednesday, June 17 and clubs have been given their first three fixtures of the resumption.

All 92 remaining fixtures have been shared across the top-flight’s main broadcast partners: Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime Video and the BBC.

Sky Sports have secured 64 games to be shown live across their Main Event and Premier League channels.

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While those fans without a Sky subscription will be able to watch 25 of those 64 games on Sky’s free-to-air Pick channel.

BT Sport will show 20 live games on their platforms, an increase of 12 from what they were meant to show between now and the end of the season before football was suspended.

Chelsea matches: date, time and watch channels

Aston Villa v Chelsea – Sunday 21 June – 4.15pm – live on Sky Sports

Chelsea first opponent on resumption is Aston villa. Chelsea will travel to Aston Villa for their first match on Sunday 21 June. 4:15pm

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Chelsea v Manchester City – Thursday 25 June – 8.15pm – live on BT Sport

After travelling to Aston Villa Chelsea will host Manchester City on Thursday 25 June.

Leicester City v Chelsea (FA Cup) – Sunday 28 June – 4pm – live on BT Sport

The following weekend is scheduled for FA Cup quarter-final action when Chelsea will play Leicester City away on Sunday 28 June.

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West Ham United v Chelsea – Wednesday 1 July – 8.15pm – live on Sky Sports

Chelsea next league match is away to West Ham, which will take place on Wednesday 1 July. All will be behind closed doors.

In summary, Sky Sports will broadcast the games at Villa and West Ham, with BT Sport holding the rights to the Man City match and Leicester FA Cup tie.

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