After the drama of the home clash with Tottenham, Sunday’s trip to Elland Road promises to be a calmer affair for Chelsea, though perhaps only marginally.
A pulsating derby packed with talking points led to emotions getting the better of both managers and it was Thomas Tuchel’s handshake with Spurs boss Antonio Conte that dominated the headlines on Monday morning.
It also led to plenty of social media coverage too, with a Strictly-themed take gaining plenty of traction. When the dust had settled, Chelsea had let two points slip from their grasp and they know they can ill-afford to be quite so profligate if they are to keep pace with Manchester City.
The Blues go into the weekend on four points, which is the same as their hosts, who have made a promising start to the season under Jesse Marsch. Despite the loss of Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips in the window, the Whites have beaten Wolves and drawn with Southampton to kick off their campaign.
It could have been even better, however, had they not let slip a two-goal lead against Saints.
What time is Leeds vs Chelsea?
Leeds vs Chelsea kicks off at 2pm (BST) on Sunday, August 21, at Elland Road.
How can I watch Leeds vs Chelsea?
The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD, with coverage commencing at 1pm (BST).
You can also get all the coverage on football.london via our live matchday blog which will be available from around 10am (BST). Highlights of the game will be shown on Match of the Day 2 which begins at 10.30pm.