It is a very disappointing outcome for the team that spent a significant amount of money in the previous transfer window to sign some of the world’s most gifted players.
Graham Potter was fired by the team’s board following the team’s 0-2 home defeat to Aston Villa the previous weekend.
As we wait for the news regarding the new permanent manager, Bruno Saltor served as the interim manager for the match against Liverpool on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge.
Against Liverpool on Tuesday night, the Blues did appear more impressive. Even though Kai Havertz scored, the goal was reversed due to the German’s error.
When Chelsea visits Molineux Stadium on Saturday afternoon to face the relegation-threatened Wolves, they will be looking to get back to winning ways.
A crucial point was saved by the visitors with a late equalizer seven days prior at Nottingham Forest. Thus, they have ended a two-game losing streak, but Julen Lopetegui and his men still have a ways to go before ensuring the upper class’ survival.
Wolverhampton is currently only one point outside of the red zone. Including the 2-4 loss to Leeds just before the international break, they have dropped three of their last five home games in all categories.
Wolves vs Chelsea – Betting Analysis
In three of their previous four face-to-face battles, neither side emerged victorious.
In a matchup against Wolves in October of last year, Chelsea ended a four-game losing streak by winning easily, 3-0, at Stamford Bridge.
In the prior four head-to-head contests, neither team was on target more than once.
Chelsea has only won two of their last ten league games, but they finally have a reasonably healthy team, and they displayed new vigor against Liverpool in the midweek match.
What are the top odds for this match?
Looking at the bookies’ prices in the WDW market, backing Wolverhampton Wanderers can be had for 4, betting on a drawn result is 3.44, and taking a punt on victory for Chelsea gets 2.02. Those are the best bets available at the current time.
Wolves vs Chelsea – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Home Win or Draw