Upcoming football matches for Chelsea and Arsenal

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Chelsea

The premier league is set to resume in mid month with a tight fixture for Chelsea. On Monday, 14th September, the blues clash with Brighton & Hove Albion at 20:00 (EAT). On 20th September, Chelsea will meet the Reds, Liverpool, in what will be their real premier league opener for this season. The two sides have played 65 times and Chelsea has won 26 games, while Liverpool won 22 matches. The teams have recorded 17 draws. However, recent statistics have shown the Liverpool side getting stronger and Chelsea weakening. Last season, Chelsea had an average of 1 goal per match, while their opponents Liverpool scored an average of 2.5 goals per game. If these statistics are anything to go with, this Stanford bridge derby will be electrifying. Later in the month, Saturday 26th September, Chelsea will play West Bromwich Albion. The other notable game in October is the match between Chelsea and Manchester United set for the 24th October 2020. For more Chelsea fixtures for this season, visit their official website of Chelsea Fc news.

Arsenal

FA Cup winners (Picture source: Supersport)

After a successful season, Arsenal is set to come back strongly in the premier league starting on 12th September with a clash against Fulham at 12:30 (EAT). They will play West Ham United the following weekend on 20th September at 14:00 (EAT). They are set for a derby on Monday 28th  September when the gunners clash with Liverpool  at 20:00 (EAT). All eyes will be watching this derby since the teams have met 229 times, and Liverpool has won 89 matches, while Arsenal won 80. The teams have recorded 61 draws. Last week’s match in the Community shield confirmed that Arsenal remained to be a strong side against Liverpool. If they bet their cards on Aubameyang, anything can happen. In October, Arsenal is set to play two more derbies against Manchester City and Manchester United in the Premier league

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