Chelsea vs Wolves Match Preview

Chelsea vs Wolves Match Preview

Chelsea vs Wolves Match Preview

This weekend, Chelsea face Wolves in the Premier League, as Graham Potter looks to extend his unbeaten run as manager in west London.

Wolves have had a difficult start to the season, with Bruno Lage dismissed following last week’s defeat at West Ham.

Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s match at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea Form: WLDWW

Chelsea vs Wolves Match Preview

Graham Potter’s reign at Chelsea is taking shape after back-to-back victories, with the Blues putting in an impressive performance against AC Milan in midweek.

Chelsea’s group stage resumed after a false start with a 3-0 win over the Italian champions. Reece James was outstanding as a marauding winger, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored.

Chelsea’s group stage resumed after a false start with a 3-0 win over the Italian champions. Reece James was superb in a marauding wing-back role, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored for the second game in a row as he settles into life in a Chelsea shirt.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek also shone on a rare start in midweek, and the midfielder will be hoping to stay in Potter’s plans. Chelsea’s victory over Crystal Palace in the Premier League last weekend was a statement result for the club, which will now look to move forward under the new manager.

Chelsea vs Wolves Match Preview

The west Londoners will be without Wesley Fofana for the time being, after the centre-back suffered a potentially serious knee injury in midweek.

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Wolves’ privacy settings: DDWLL

Wolves’ poor start to the season led to the club’s board losing patience with Bruno Lage, who was fired last week after only one win in eight games.

Steve Davis and James Collins will take charge of Wolves’ trip to Chelsea on Saturday, as the club evaluates candidates for the position, with Julen Lopetegui – sacked by Sevilla in midweek – named as the club’s leading candidate.

Any new manager’s task will be to address a concerning lack of goals, a problem that has long existed at Molineux and has prevented a talented team from competing higher up the division.

A return of three goals is a pittance, and Diego Costa, who came off the bench in the defeat at West Ham, could get his first start against his former club. Wolves also have a problem at center-back, with Nathan Collins suspended.

Chelsea drew 2-2 with Wolves on May 7th, 2022.

Wolves rescued a point at Stamford Bridge with a dramatic late equalizer from Conor Coady in the previous meeting.

The pre-game talk revolved around the agreement to sell Chelsea, but there were plenty of talking points on the pitch following an entertaining draw in west London.

Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku appeared to have won the game after scoring twice in three second-half minutes.

Odds

Chelsea – 2/5

Draw – 7/1

Wolves – 7/1

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