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The Football Association have announced today the fixtures of Premier League 2 for the 2018-2019 season.
Chelsea development squd will debut at Stamford Bridge vs Everton on Sunday 12 August.
Five days before the Blues youngsters will play their first official game of the season vs Swindon Town away for the Checkatrade Trophy.
The full list of fixtures, below:
Date Opposition H/A Kick-off time Venue
Tuesday 7 August Swindon Town Away 7.45pm The County Ground
Sunday 12 August Everton Home 1pm Stamford Bridge
Monday 20 August Blackburn Away 7pm Lancashire FA
Friday 24 August Derby County Home 7pm Stamford Bridge
Sunday 2 September Swansea City Away TBC TBC
Sunday 16 September Leicester City Home 12pm Aldershot
Saturday 22 September West Ham Away 1pm Dag & Red
25/26 September – tbc Newport County Away 7.45pm Rodney Parade
Saturday 29 September Liverpool Home 12pm Aldershot
Saturday 20 October Manchester City Away 1pm Academy Stadium
Saturday 27 October Brighton Home 12pm Aldershot
Tuesday 30 October Plymouth Argyle Away 7.30pm Home Park
Friday 2 November Arsenal Away 7pm TBC
Friday 23 November Tottenham Home 7pm Aldershot
Friday 7 December West Ham Home 7pm Aldershot
Saturday 15 December Leicester City Away 7pm Holmes Park
Monday 7 January Blackburn Rovers Home 7pm Aldershot
Monday 14 January Everton Away 7pm TBC
Monday 4 February Derby County Away 7pm TBC
Friday 15 February Swansea City Home 7pm Aldershot
Friday 1 March Tottenham Away 7pm TBC
Friday 8 March Manchester City Home 7pm Aldershot
Monday 8 April Liverpool Away 7pm TBC
Monday 15 April Arsenal Home 7pm Stamford Bridge
Monday 29 April Brighton Away 7pm TBC

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Fankaty Dabo will play for Vitesse next season. The Blues’ youngester will join the Dutch side on loan and he will wear shirt number 2.

“I look forward to getting to know the staff and selection and to become integrated as quickly as possible in the group. I’m ready and I am hopeful for a good new year.” – Dabo said.

The young Chelsea’s right back spent last season on loan at Swindow Town.

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Chelsea loanee Charlie Colkett spoke right after his arrival at Swindon Town, the club where he will play until the end of the season:

“I’m buzzing to get going and I really like the way the club play football,” he said to the club official website.

“I can’t wait to get started. I’m sure our luck will change and we’re here to make a difference. We’re here to do our job and show why we should be here and I’m sure we’re more than capable of doing that.

“I’m really excited. I like to always get on the ball, make things happen, try and please the crowd and I’ve definitely got some goals in me so hopefully I can make that happen.”

Colkett earned rave reviews during his time with Bristol Rovers this season and he’s hoping that experience can help him to improve at Swindon Town:

“It was a good start to the season, a good experience and a good learning curve and I’m just ready now to kick on again and hopefully push us back up the league,” he added.

“The biggest difference between League One football and Development football is the realness of the fans, the realness of the matches and that feeling to win three points and get some goals under your belt – you can’t compare it.”

Town are in action away at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday and the Chelsea loanee is looking forward to a possible debut for the Reds.

“It starts in training over the next couple of days and fingers crossed I can impress and get my chance,” he continued. What a game it could be.”



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Chelsea are likely to win the Premier League this season

Chelsea have announced on their official website that three Academy youngsters will spend the rest of the season on loan.

Fankaty Dabo, Charlie Colkett and Islam Feruz have put the pen to paper on a contract with the League One Side Swindon Town.

Colkett spent the first part of the campaign on loan at Bristol Rovers, while Feruz was in Belgium as he had been loaned at Mouscron.

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Chelsea development squad made their debut in the EFL Cup on Tuesday but were defeated 2-1 by Swindon Town away.

The Blues are now set to face Reading in Premier League 2 on Monday 19th September.

The Blues were drawn in Southern Group C alongside with the senior sides of Swindon Town, Oxford United and Exeter City.

Chelsea – Bradley Collins; Dujon Sterling, Trevoh Chalobah, Fikayo Tomori , Jay Dasilva (c); Josimar Quintero (Mukhtar Ali 73), Kyle Scott (Martell Taylor-Crossdale 65); Charlie Wakefield, Mason Mount, Isaac Christie-Davies; Ike Ugbo (Joseph Colley 57)
Unused subs 
Jared Thompson, Mukhtar Ali, Miro Muheim, Ruben Sammut, Harvey St Clair

Swindon – Will Henry; Lloyd Jones, Raphael Rossi Branco (c), Jamie Sendles-White; Darnell Furlong, Johnny Goddard (Ellis Iandolo 57), Tom Smith, Sean Murray, Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill; Jermaine Hylton (Jon Obika 73), Luke Norris (Nathan Delfouneso h/t)
Unused subs Lawrence Vigouroux, Jon Obika, James Brophy, Jake Evans, Bradley Barry

Scorers Branco 18; Delfouneso 61 Ali 80
Booked Delfouneso



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