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Friday 31 August 2012

Chelsea U21s make Stamford Bridge bow

Chelsea and West Ham's U21 matches taking place at their main stadiums

  • After holding their first match at Brentford Chelsea next play at Stamford Bridge

The latest round of matches in the Barclays U21 Premier League takes place over the weekend with Chelsea, Stoke City and West Ham United holding theirs at their main stadiums.

Chelsea play their second match in Group 3 against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, kicking off at 4.05pm, with tickets available from £5 and £3. (More info here)

On Sunday, Fulham welcome Crystal Palace at their Motspur Park training ground, where entry is free for season-ticket holders and £5 for adults and £1 for for kids. (More info here)

On Monday, West Ham United, who have scored eight goals and conceded just two in winning their two Group 1 games, play host to Bolton Wanderers at Upton Park, while in Group 2, Stoke City’s Britannia Stadium welcomes Newcastle United. We will bring you the latest ticket news on these matches as soon as possible.

Like West Ham, Arsenal have won both their matches in Group 1 and will be looking to extend that run against Everton, at Underhill where entry will be free for the Monday 7pm kick-off. (More details here)

Barclays U21 Premier League fixtures

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

Tottenham Hotspur v Sunderland, Spurs Lodge, 11am TBC

Chelsea v Wolverhampton Wanderers, Stamford Bridge  4.05pm Ticket details

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

Fulham v Crystal Palace, Motspur Park , 2pm Tickets: Free (Season-ticket holders); £5 (adults); £1 (kids) Ticket information

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

Arsenal v Everton, Barnet FC, 7pm (Free entry)
Norwich City v Reading, Colney Training Ground, 2pm
West Bromwich Albion v Blackburn Rovers, WBA Training Ground, 2pm
West Ham United v Bolton Wanderers, Upton Park, 7pm

Southampton v Aston Villa, Staplewood TG, 2.30pm
Stoke City v Newcastle United, Britannia Stadium, 7.30pm

Liverpool v Manchester City, Liverpool’s Academy,  2pm

For all the results and the latest league tables, click here

For latest news on the Barclays U21 Premier League, click here.

You can follow developments on Twitter with the Premier League's account @premierleague or via the hashtag #BU21PL

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Key Points

  • Tickets from £3 at Stamford Bridge for match against Wolves
  • Britannia Stadium to welcome Stoke U21s against Newcastle on Monday
  • Group 1 leaders West Ham defend 100% record at Upton Park against Bolton