The Blues have been handed the toughest start to the season by far, with the sides now favourite to be in the top-four spots comes season's end (Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham) all facing Ronald Koeman's side in the first five weeks.
The fixtures for the 2017-18 English Premier League campaign were officially released on Wednesday night, promising fans another nine months of dizzying highs and heartbreaking lows.
Championship winners Newcastle host Spurs, whilst Brighton are at home to Manchester City.
If we're away on the opening day, other than the obvious Burnley who we have a 100% record against, there aren't many obvious clubs that we have a good record at.
A week after that they face a short trip to face Tottenham at Wembley Stadium in the first Premier League match to take place at the national stadium.
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Arsenal as ever ended the season strongly after their usual mid-season collapse, any team will be looking at their final six fixtures and hoping Arsenal aren't in it on that basis.
Burnley last season had their matches against Liverpool reversed. Their first game at their temporary home of Wembley is against Chelsea.
After going to Anfield on August 26, Arsenal go to Chelsea on September 16 and City on November 4 - both after playing Europa League games on Thursday night.
The Premier League fixtures are out for the 2017-18 season - here are five to watch for Tottenham. City, meanwhile, face four away games following their six European games.