Supporters travelling to Sunday's Premier League game against Mancheter United at Stamford Bridge may find the following information useful.

There are a number of closures and engineering works on London Underground services.

The Piccadilly Line will be suspended between Acton Town and Uxbridge. Rail replacement buses will operate, stopping at all stations in between.

The District Line will be closed between Mansion House and Whitechapel, with no service on the Hammersmith & City Line from Liverpool Street to Barking, while the Metropolitan Line will be suspended between Aldgate and Moorgate.

On the Central Line there are no services between Leytonstone and Woodford via Hainault, with replacement bus services in operation, while there are no trains whatsoever running on the Circle and Waterloo & City Lines.

On London Overground services there is no service between Richmond and Willesden Junction, with travellers advised to use tubes between Richmond and Gunnersbury and to take a rail replacement bus from there to stations up to Willesden Junction.

All other lines are predicted to have a good service, though it is worth checking your route prior to departure through Transport for London.

Supporters travelling by National Rail should be aware of engineering work at London Paddington, Ealing Broadway, between Charing Cross and London Bridge, between Battersea Park and Clapham Junction, Waterloo and Richmond and at London St Pancras. For full details check the National Rail website.

There are no major roadworks planned around the Stamford Bridge area for those fans travelling by car, but again, do check with your route prior to departure through either the AA or RAC websites.

For those supporters travelling to the game by car, please remember Chelsea's Liftshare Scheme, which allows those supporters with room in their vehicle to give a fellow Blue a lift to the match.

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