Chelsea's remaining fixtures compared with Man Utd, Tottenham, Liverpool and top four rivals

  The Blues continued their unbeaten run with a 0-0 draw against Leeds and saw some of their rivals falter this weekend Chelsea could only m...


The Blues continued their unbeaten run with a 0-0 draw against Leeds and saw some of their rivals falter this weekend

Chelsea could only manage a point away at Leeds United on Saturday but that turned out to be a gain on some of their rivals below them as the top four race heated up at the weekend.

The Blues were held to a third goalless draw since Tuchel arrived after drawing a blank in Yorkshire but defeats for West Ham, Everton and Tottenham this weekend eased any slight annoyance at not taking all three points on Saturday.

Manchester United and Leicester both secured victories on Sunday however and the Blues are now four points behind the Foxes and six behind the Reds, with Man City cantering away at the top of the tree.

The Blues have a break from Premier League action this week as they take on Atletico Madrid on Wednesday in the Champions League at Stamford Bridge and are then in FA Cup action this weekend against Sheffield United in the capital. The Hammers play their game in hand over Chelsea on Sunday when they host Arsenal at Stratford.

The Blues have a favourable run of games coming up in the league as they continue to battle for a top four finish and secure Champions League football for mnext season, the big requirement given to Tuchel when he replaced Frank Lampard at the helm in late January.

So how to the fixtures for all the contenders stack up?


Chelsea face struggling West Brom and Brighton in two of their next three games but have a tricky away agme at Crystal Palace sandwiched in between those two.

The trip to West Ham on April 24 could be a defining match for both sides before what looks like a very tough end to the campaign for Tuchel and his players.

They need to make the most of the upcoming three games in the league to tighten their grip on a top four spot.

03/04 - West Brom (H)

10/04 - Crystal Palace (A)

17/04 - Brighton (H)

24/04 - West Ham (A)

01/05 - Fulham (H)

08/05 - Man City (A)

12/05 - Arsenal (H)

15/05 - Leicester City (H)

23/05 - Aston Villa (A)

Man Utd

The Reds saw off West Ham 1-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday night to give themselves another two points on Chelsea after the visitors to Leeds dropped points.

United take their unbeaten away record to Brighton next in the league after their FA Cup quarter final at Leicester this weekend and then the international break.

03/04 - Brighton (A)

10/04 - Tottenham (A)

17/04 - Burnley (H)

24/04 - Leeds (A)

01/05 - Liverpool (H)

08/05 - Aston Villa (A)

11/05 - Leicester City (H)

15/05 - Fulham (H)

23/05 - Wolves (A)


Three straight wins in the league had seen Carlo Ancelotti’s side firmly put themselves in the equation for the top four but they have lost their last two, one of them to Chelsea, to hit a bump in the road.

The Toffess need to reschedule a visit to Aston Villa in the not too distant future and have a big game on April 3 at Crystal Palace to get themselves back on the wagon and back into the top four race.

03/04 - Crystal Palace (H)

10/04 - Brighton (A)

17/04 - Tottenham (H)

24/04 - Arsenal (A)

01/05 - Aston Villa (H)

08/05 - West Ham (A)

11/05 - Sheffield United (H)

15/05 - Wolves (H)

23/05 - Man City (A)

Aston Villa (A) date TBC

Leicester City

Brendan Rodgers’ men swatted aside Sheffield United 5-0 on Sunday to gain a couple of points over Chelsea and remain third in the standings behind the two Manchester clubs.

The Foxes have a brutal end to the campaign as they will play Man Utd, Chelsea and Spurs in their final three matches.

Picking up points against West Brom, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Newcastle in April and May will be crucial to their hopes of a top four finish.

03/04 - Man City (H)

10/04 - West Ham (A)

17/04 - West Brom (H)

24/04 - Crystal Palace (H)

01/05 - Southampton (A)

08/05 - Newcastle United (H)

11/05 - Manchester United (A)

15/05 - Chelsea (A)

23/05 - Tottenham (H)

West Ham

Michail Antonio of West Ham United celebrates with teammates after scoring (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

David Moyes’ side are flying this season and are firmly in the race for the top four after an excellent season in east London. That said, they were poor at Old Trafford in defeat on Sunday as Moyes got his tactics wrong.

The Hammers have a very pleasant looking run-in as they take on three struggling teams, two of them might have been relegated by then.

The home game against Everton on May 8 could be a massive match for both sides, while they play their game in hand over Chelsea on Sunday when they host Arsenal in east London.

21/03 - Arsenal (H)

03/04 - Wolves (A)

10/04 - Leicester City (H)

17/04 - Newcastle United (A)

24/04 - Chelsea (H)

01/05 - Burnley (A)

08/05 - Everton (H)

11/05 - Brighton (A)

15/05 - West Brom (A)

23/05 - Southampton (H)


Fulham's win win at Anfield at the weekend was the Reds sixth straight loss at home and their defence of the title is going down with a whimper.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have an enticing set of fixtures for their run-in if they are still in the race with four games to go but have tricky trips to Wolves and Arsenal in March that could go a long way to deciding how their season pans out.

15/03 - Wolves (A)

03/04 - Arsenal (A)

10/04 - Aston Villa (H)

17/04 - Leeds (A)

24/04 - Newcastle United (H)

01/05 - Manchester United (A)

08/05 - Southampton (H)

11/05 - West Brom (A)

15/05 - Burnley (A)

23/05 - Crystal Palace (H)

Tottenham Hotspur

Three straight wins had put Jose Mourinho’s side back into the top four equation after an up and down campaign in north London before being beaten 2-1 by bitter rivals Arsenal at the weekend.

They face tough away games on Aston Villa, Everton and Leicester City, with Manchester United at home also potentially a decisive game. They also play their game in hand over Chelsea on Sunday as they travel to Aston Villa.

21/03 - Aston Villa (A)

03/04 - Newcastle United (A)

10/04 - Manchester United (H)

17/04 - Everton (A)

01/05 - Sheffield United (H)

08/05 - Leeds United (A)

12/05 - Wolves (H)

15/05 - Aston Villa (H)

23/05 - Leicester City (A)

TBC - Southampton (H)



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