Chelsea have the chance to get their Premier League title bid back on the right track when they travel to face Wolves this weekend.
Thomas Tuchel’s side will be frustrated after seeing the gap between them and league leaders Manchester City increase to four points after they dropped two points against Everton at Stamford Bridge midweek.
They have managed to drop points in three of their last five league outings while Liverpool and Man City have won their last five matches each.
Meanwhile, Wolves will be looking to add to their midweek win against Brighton after Bruno Lage’s side ended their four-match winless streak.
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- Chelsea have finished eight of their 17 league matches with both teams scoring while Wolves have finished just four. Both teams to score is 11/10.
- Wolves average 9.76 total corners in the Premier League and 8.5 at home while Chelsea average 10.88 in totla nad 10.5 away. Over 10.5 total corners is evens.
- Wolves have finished just three of their league matches with over 2.5 goals while Chelsea have finished 10 in this way. Under 2.5 goals is 23/20.
Player to watch
With Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner both out after testing positive for COVID-19, I am going to back Mason Mount to be Chelsea’s main threat going forward.
The England international scored in the 1-1 draw against Everton at Stamford Bridge but was not impressed to see his side drop two points against a side in terrible form.
He will want to see his side bring home all three points and maintain their fight as title challengers this season.
This will be the 112th meeting between the two sides with Chelsea picking up 43 wins, 28 draws and 40 defeats.
Last season, Chelsea failed to beat their league rivals despite doing the double over them the season before.
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