Chelsea will be hoping to end their season on a high when they host Newcastle United on the final day of the Premier League season.
For Newcastle, this has been a fantastic season and on Monday they secured their spot in the Champions League group stage with a draw against Leicester City. Going into the final weekend, the Magpies are four points clear of fifth-placed Liverpool and there’s every chance the players could still be feeling the effects of celebrating.
Chelsea, meanwhile, will be grateful that this is the final game of a terrible season and their first bottom-half Premier League finish since 1995/96.
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When is Chelsea vs Newcastle?
Chelsea vs Newcastle will take place on Sunday 28th May at Stamford Bridge, in line with every other game on the final day of the Premier League season.
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What is the kick-off time for Chelsea vs Newcastle?
Chelsea vs Newcastle will kick-off at 4:30pm (UK time), alongside every other Premier League game.
Where can I watch Chelsea vs Newcastle on TV?
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Who is refereeing Chelsea vs Newcastle?
Jarred Gillett will be the man in the middle for Chelsea vs Newcastle, with Marc Perry and Wade Smith his assistants. The Australian referee has been seen more in the VAR room this season, with just 16 games as the lead official, with 48 yellow cards and one red.
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Chelsea team news
Chelsea are injury FC again, with Benoit Badiashile the latest to be ruled out for the season with a groin injury — and there is some doubt over him making the start of 2023/24. Also out until the summer are Reece James, Armando Broja, Raheem Sterling and N’Golo Kante, the latter having only recently made his return to the team after spending most of the season out.
Frank Lampard will be waiting in the final few days to see whether Mason Mount, Marc Cucurella, Ben Chillwell and Mateo Kovacic are available for selection, though hopes are not high.
Newcastle team news
Having made a crucial late save against Leicester on Monday, Nick Pope will miss the trip to London, undergoing surgery on a hand injury that will also keep him from England duty. Joe Willock and Joelinton are also expected to miss out, joining Matt Ritchie, Jamaal Lascelles and Emil Krafth on the sidelines.
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