Date: 19th June 2013 at 2:33pm
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New Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho holds up the club shirt

Chelsea will host Hull on the opening day of the Premier League season before travelling to Old Trafford for an early showdown between Jose Mourinho and David Moyes.

Below is the full fixture list for Chelsea’s Premier League season but they’re subject to change, and they will as plenty of our games moved for television and to accommodate cup competitions.

2013/14 Barclays Premier League fixtures in full:

Sat Aug 17 Hull City H

Sat Aug 24 Manchester United A

Sat Aug 31 Aston Villa H (this fixture will change because of the UEFA Super Cup)

Sat Sep 14 Everton A

Sat Sep 21 Fulham H

Sat Sep 28 Tottenham Hotspur A

Sat Oct 5 Norwich City A

Sat Oct 19 Cardiff City H

Sat Oct 26 Manchester City H

Sat Nov 2 Newcastle United A

Sat Nov 9 West Bromwich Albion H

Sat Nov 23 West Ham United A

Sat Nov 30 Southampton H

Tue Dec 3 Sunderland A

Sat Dec 7 Stoke City A

Sat Dec 14 Crystal Palace H

Sat Dec 21 Arsenal A

Thu Dec 26 Swansea City H

Sat Dec 28 Liverpool H

Wed Jan 1 Southampton A

Sat Jan 11 Hull City A

Sat Jan 18 Manchester United H

Wed Jan 29 West Ham United H

Sat Feb 1 Manchester City A

Sat Feb 8 Newcastle United H

Tue Feb 11 West Bromwich Albion A

Sat Feb 22 Everton H

Sat Mar 1 Fulham A

Sat Mar 8 Tottenham Hotspur H

Sat Mar 15 Aston Villa A

Sat Mar 22 Arsenal H

Sat Mar 29 Crystal Palace A

Sat Apr 5 Stoke City H

Sat Apr 12 Swansea City A

Sat Apr 19 Sunderland H

Sat Apr 26 Liverpool A

Sat May 3 Norwich City H

Sun May 11 Cardiff City A

I’m fairly happy with that, but the winter months December, January and February are looking a little tough. It’s certainly a nicer end to the season than we’ve had to battle through in recent years, here’s hoping that Jose Mourinho wins his third Premier League crown by the time May rolls around and a guard of honour or winning the title at Anfield would be highly amusing.