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Chelsea’s February fixture list in full: Dortmund & Spurs await in huge month for Graham Potter



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Five games await Chelsea in a crucial February for Graham Potter’s side as they look to keep their Premier League top four and Champions League hopes alive.

Chelsea are currently 10th in the Premier League heading into February, sitting 10 points behind Manchester United who occupy the fourth and final Champions League qualification spot.

Meanwhile, Potter’s men are also still in Europe after qualifying for the Round of 16, with a tie against Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund awaiting them.

It’s going to be a critical month for Chelsea in terms of both their domestic and European finishes.

Chelsea begin the month with a west London derby against Fulham under the lights at Stamford Bridge on Friday 3rd February.

The London derbies keep coming for the Blues, with a short trip across the capital to the London Stadium to face a relegation-threatened West Ham side a week later in the early Saturday kick-off on February 11.

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Domestic action will come to a halt four days later when Chelsea travel to Germany for the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie against Borussia Dortmund at the Signal Iduna Park.

Chelsea will return from Dortmund for two final Premier League matches to close out the month.

First off, Southampton head to west London on Saturday 18th, before Chelsea encounter another London derby away to Tottenham to finish off the month.

Potter has been handed a welcome set of fixtures in February with the Blues only leaving the capital for an away Champions League tie, which will allow them more time to recover from games, as well as on the training pitches at Cobham to continue developing their game under the Chelsea head coach.

Chelsea’s February fixture list in full

February 3: Fulham (h) – 8pm – Sky Sports | Premier League

February 11: West Ham (a) – 12.30pm – BT Sports | Premier League

February 15: Borussia Dortmund (a) – 8pm – BT Sports | Champions League 

February 18: Southampton (h) – 3pm | Premier League

February 26: Tottenham Hotspur (a) – 1.30pm – Sky Sports | Premier League