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Why Wolves are not Chelsea’s problem

Timothy Aiyeku

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Chelsea fans have been told they have no reason to worry about their Sunday opponent Wolves despite falling 2-1 against them in the first leg, earlier in the season.

The Blues team have endured some poor results, especially the defeats to Tottenham and Man City but there is need to be positive and return back to winning ways if the target for the year must be met.

With Chelsea having to play in front of their fans, it could propel them to want to do more in terms of delivery of goals, with more attention now on new signing Gonzalo Higuain to deliver another goal in the game.

However, the West London outfit missed out of the Champions League last season which makes them strife to seek for a return by coming season with a top four finish.

That hunger, as explained by the Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will have to be put to test with Man United and Arsenal seeming to be in a better position of stealing the opportunity.

However, the former Napoli boss has noted that his team are back to winning ways, stressing that they have been helped by the Kepa Arrizabalaga drama and will ensure they win all remaining games in the season.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.