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We’d take our attention off the Premier League and top four race for a moment at least, as there’ll be FA Cup games this midweek.
Chelsea will face Barnsley away from home on Thursday night, in the FA Cup fifth round, and after that, the Blues will then have to concentrate on the Premier League and Champions League.
After the FA Cup clash against Barnsley, Chelsea will play host to Newcastle at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.
Chelsea will then go away to Southampton on February 20 before playing host to Manchester United on February 28. In between the Saints and United game is a visit to the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium to face Atletico Madrid on February 23 in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 tie.
Chelsea will then play host to Everton on March 6, before visiting Leeds United on March 13. After that, the second leg of the Champions League tie against Atletico Madrid will come up on March 17.
Chelsea will end the month of March with an away clash against Liverpool on March 20.