The big match of this weekend comes at Wembley, as the first major piece of silverware is handed out in the Carabao Cup final.
Amazingly, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has never won the competition in all his years in England. Will he end that run on Sunday, or will Manchester City take the first of what will surely be a minimum of two trophies this season?
Back in the Premier League, and it's the face-off between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte as Chelsea make the trip to take on Manchester United...
When Manchester United play Chelsea, you don't usually need to add much of an edge. Since Chelsea won their first Premier League title in 2005, these two have been champions 10 times in 13 seasons: only the money of Manchester City and the miracle of Leicester have kept it from being a clean sweep.
But of course, there is an edge this time. Feuds between Jose Mourinho and other managers can have a pantomime feel, like boxers who pretend to hate each other in the name of hype, but there is most...
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is the master of the dark arts -- a man who can turn a news conference on its head with a simple sentence. Never has a football coach held such command of his rivals through his words. Here are a selection of his greatest triumphs.
vs. Sir Alex Ferguson
Mourinho first annoyed Sir Alex Ferguson by sprinting down the touchline at Old Trafford as Porto beat United in the Champions League in 2004. Mourinho suggested afterwards that Ferguson...
So far, so good. After successive defeats to Bournemouth and Watford, Chelsea faced a testing time with Antonio Conte's future seemingly hanging in the balance. Two wins and one draw later, the prospects for both the club and the manager look much rosier, even if it is still far from clear whether the Italian will still be in the dugout at the start of next season.
Of the three games, clearly the most encouraging match has been the one that ended even, Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Barcelona. That...
To mark the Winter Olympics drawing toward their conclusion, Chelsea have assembled a team of representatives they hope can challenge for late glory out in Pyeongchang. However, rather than sending their athletes out to South Korea, the Blues have instead chosen to limit their inclusion to a series of illustrations posted on social media.
The club kicked things off by re-imagining young defender Ethan Ampadu as a champion snowboarder, largely due to his gnarly dreadlocks.
With the #WinterOlympics in full flow, we've chosen our very own team to represent the Blues!
Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window, and Transfer Talk has the updates on all the latest rumours.
Courtois close to shunning Real Madrid
Thibaut Courtois is close to signing a new deal with Chelsea amidst interest from Real Madrid, according to the Mirror.
The Blues goalkeeper has just one year remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge and has flirted with the possibility of returning to Spain, where he played for three seasons on loan at Atletico Madrid.