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Under-21s Fixtures Confirmed

Everton begin against Blackburn as U21s fixtures released.

Under-21s Fixtures Confirmed
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The fixtures for the second half of the Barclays Premier Under-21 League season have been confirmed.

Everton will begin with an away game against Blackburn Rovers on 14 January before hosting Chelsea at the Merseytravel Community Stadium in Southport on 22 January.

The Blues also face Aston Villa, Fulham, Middlesbrough, Fulham and Sunderland before the end of April - with each side playing the other home and away.

The opening clash against Blackburn takes place at Leigh Sports Village next week.

evertonfc.com will provide reports and video highlights from every game.

The fixture list is:

Monday

14-Jan

Blackburn Rovers

7.00pm

Leigh Sports Village

Tuesday

22-Jan

Chelsea

7.00pm

Southport FC

Monday

28-Jan

Aston Villa

1.00pm

Bodymoor Heath Training Ground

Monday

11-Feb

Fulham

7.00pm

Motspur Park Training Ground

Sunday

17-Feb

Middlesbrough

2.00pm

Southport FC

Monday

25-Feb

Sunderland

7.00pm

Eppleton Colliery Welfare Ground

Monday

4-Mar

Blackburn Rovers

7.00pm

Southport FC

Sunday

10-Mar

Chelsea

2.30pm

Cobham Training Ground

Sunday

17-Mar

Aston Villa

2.00pm

Southport FC

Sunday

31-Mar

Fulham

2.00pm

Southport FC

Monday

15-Apr

Middlesbrough

1.00pm

Rockliffe Park

Monday

22-Apr

Sunderland

7.00pm

Southport FC

 

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