Newcastle v Chelsea: Hazard and Kovacic start

Newcastle v Chelsea: Hazard and Kovacic start

Newcastle v Chelsea: Hazard and Kovacic start

See if Chelsea can make it three wins out of three as they go to St James' Park to face Newcastle on Super Sunday, live on Sky Sports Premier League at 4pm.

The Blues have endured a tough run on Tyneside with just one point attained over the past six years but they have the opportunity to shed this record under Maurizio Sarri.

The new Chelsea boss also added that the player was left out of the Arsenal game merely due to his tactical approach to the game and reaffirmed that Loftus-Cheek is still in his plans at least until Decemeber.

Chelsea FC and Arsenal will both be looking to break back into the top four this season after the clubs finished outside of the Champions League qualification spots last term.

Belgium global Hazard has come off the bench in each of Chelsea's first two Premier League matches of 2018-19, with Sarri's side taking maximum points.

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Maurizio Sarri will be aiming to become the 5th Chelsea manager to win first three consecutive fixtures of the premier league after Antonio Conte, Carlo Ancelotti, Guus Hiddink and Jose Mourinho. "I used five [defenders] years ago, but it's not my way.".

"Doing things this way depends only on you".

"I think that, in this moment, for a defender it's more hard to play in my team after only 20 days of training", said Sarri. You are not depending on the opponent.

"I think it's better [to defend looking at the ball]". It is fantastic to play football, of course last season was not the best for me inside the pitch, but also I learned a lot outside the pitch as a person, as a man. I don't know if I'm a very good coach if I teach another way of football. "But I have to think for everybody".

It was a satisfying half for Benitez, who saw his side create two opportunities on the break when Kepa Arrizabalaga had to save from Jacob Murphy and Salomon Rondon wasted an excellent chance by heading wide.

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