sport news Chelsea drawn against Al Jazira, Auckland City or Al Hilal in their Club World ...

sport news Chelsea drawn against Al Jazira, Auckland City or Al Hilal in their Club World ...
sport news Chelsea drawn against Al Jazira, Auckland City or Al Hilal in their Club World ...
Chelsea drawn against Al Jazira, Auckland City or Al Hilal in their Club World Cup semi-final after UAE tournament is confirmed for early February leaving Brighton and Arsenal clashes to be postponed The Club World Cup has been arranged for between February 3 and February 12 Chelsea will be Europe's representative after winning the Champions League Thomas Tuchel's side will face Al Hilal, Auckland City or Al Jazira in the last four  The Blues will rearrange Premier League games with Brighton and Arsenal Chelsea may also need to move a FA Cup fourth round game if they get that far The current Premier League leaders could go a month without top-flight football 

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Chelsea will face Al Hilal, Al Jazira or Auckland City in their Club World Cup semi-final in February after the draw for the tournament was made on Monday afternoon. 

The Blues will travel to the United Arab Emirates for the FIFA tournament between February 3 and 12, having won the Champions League back in May. This means Chelsea will have to rearrange two Premier League games and potentially one FA Cup tie. 

The timing of the tournament means Chelsea will see their trip to Brighton on February 8 and their home clash against Arsenal on February 12 rearranged, plus a FA Cup fourth round fixture on February 5 should they make it that far.

Chelsea will rearrange two Premier League fixtures to take part in February's Club World Cup

Chelsea will rearrange two Premier League fixtures to take part in February's Club World Cup

The Blues could face Al Jazira (left) or Auckland City in the semi-final stage

Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal are also a potential opponent for the Blues in the last four

The Blues will face Al Jazira (left), Auckland City or Al Hilal (right) at the semi-final stage

It will mean the current Premier League leaders may go a month without playing top-flight football between January 23 and

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