Premier League football is back so what better time to start looking ahead to our game against Aston Villa.

After a three-and-a-half-month hiatus, the Blues are in match action once more as we seek to secure a top-four finish in the Premier League. With nine league games left, it’s all to play for, and here we have all the information you need to know on the game and how to follow it…

Aston Villa vs Chelsea kick-off time

The match starts at 4.15pm UK time on Sunday 21 June.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea venue

Villa Park will host the fixture, which will take place behind closed doors with no supporters present because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea pre-match press conference

Frank Lampard will be conducting his pre-match press conference via video link at 1.30pm on Friday 19 June and you can watch it live on the 5th Stand App.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea on TV

The match is being broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, with coverage starting at 4pm.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea live commentary

There will be live text commentary updates on the 5th Stand app and this website, as well as updates on our @chelseafc Twitter account.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea audio commentary

Chelsea TV will be providing live audio commentary on the 5th Stand app and this website.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea head to head

In the reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge in December, we beat Aston Villa 2-1 with goals from Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount. We have won on each of our last two trips to Villa Park, in 2015 and 2016.

Chelsea injury news

Fikayo Tomori and Callum Hudson-Odoi will be unavailable for the trip to Villa Park, as reported by Frank Lampard in his Friday press conference. Tomori is expected to be out for 10 days. Ruben Loftus-Cheek however is fit again after a lengthy injury lay-off. Jorginho is serving the second of a two-match suspension.

Aston Villa injury news

Aston Villa welcomed John McGinn back for their game against Sheffield United on Wednesday evening, after he fractured his ankle in December and looked set to miss the remainder of the campaign. They didn't suffer any fresh concerns from the midweek action.