THE BIG DEBATE: Should the date of the Chelsea v Wolves game, currently scheduled for Christmas Eve, be changed?

  • The Premier League announced the date for the Molineux duel on Thursday
  • This is the first time in 28 years that a match will be played on the festive day
  • Chelsea Supporters’ Trust described the announcement as ‘completely unacceptable’

Chelsea will travel to face Wolves on Christmas Eve after finalizing their festive Premier League fixture list, it was announced on Thursday.

While games during the Christmas period usually take place on Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve, their clash will be the first in 28 years to take place the day before Christmas.

The unusual schedule has sparked a wave of criticism. Many argue the west London club’s fans’ long journey to the Midlands will separate people from their families, with some calling on the league to reconsider.

Opinion poll

Do you think the Chelsea vs Wolves matchday on Christmas Eve should be changed?

  • Yes – it will take people away from their friends and family at Christmas 149 votes
  • No – it’s a good time to plan the game 23 votes
  • Uncertain – the schedule is busy enough and there is no other option 4 votes

Chelsea Supporters’ Trust, one of the club’s most prominent supporters’ groups, released a statement following the news, calling the decision “completely unacceptable.”

The statement received a lot of support online from other fans, with many commenting on social media to express their opposition to the Premier League fixture list.

But where do YOU ​​stand on this matter? In your opinion, should the game go ahead as planned or should the game be rescheduled?

We want to know what YOU think. Let us know what you think in the comments.

Chelsea will travel to Molineux to face Wolves on Christmas Eve at 1pm, the Premier League has announced

Chelsea will travel to Molineux to face Wolves on Christmas Eve at 1pm, the Premier League has announced

Maureen Mackey

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