As the chase for Champions League football in the 19/20 season continues, it’s a critical point in the season for Frank Lampard and his Chelsea side.
Despite their 6 point advantage over 5th place Manchester United, Chelsea have lost 8 out of their opening 24 league games leaving everything still to play for.
Following the trip to Hull City in the Emirates FA Cup this weekend, Lampard leads his side into three successive games against fellow Champions League hopefuls.
On February 1st, Chelsea visit the King Power Stadium to face a Leicester side blighted by their own recent problems with finding consistency.
Following this, Manchester United travel to South West London in what may prove to be a critical game in the season on February 17 after the International break.
The tough tests continue when Jose Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge for the first time as Tottenham Hotspur manager. At the time of publishing, Spurs are currently nine behind Chelsea but have a game in hand.
Chelsea’s FA Cup tie at Hull, their trip to Leicester, their home tie against Tottenham and the first leg of their Champions League clash with Bayern Munich on February 25 will all be broadcast live on BT Sport
You can access all four of these games without being tied down to a contract with use of a £25 BT Sport Monthly Pass
The visit of Manchester United will be available to watch on Sky Sports. You can also access this game without a contract with use of Now TV.
Next Five Fixtures
FA Cup – Hull City (A) – Sat, 25/01
PL – Leicester City (A) – Sat, 01/02
PL – Manchester United (H) – Mon, 17/02
PL – Tottenham Hotspur – (H) – Sat, 22/02
UCL – Bayern Munich (H) – Tue, 25/02