Chelsea will be hoping to win their fourth game in a row when they welcome Wolves to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Maurizio Sarri's side look to have recovered from their little blip that saw them lose 6-0 to Manchester City earlier this year in the Premier League.
Although his team lost in the EFL Cup final to the Citizens, Chelsea have since improved and they are now looking towards the top four.
Chelsea have beat Tottenham, Fulham and Dynamo Kyiv in recent weeks and Sarri is set to change his starting XI once again this weekend.
Eden Hazard, N'Golo Kante, Cesar Azpilicueta and Antonio Rudiger were all rested for the Europa League win and should return.
Wolves will be without defender Ryan Bennett, who begins a two-match ban, while Rui Patricio is set to return in goal. John Ruddy was given playing time last week ahead of his likely start in the FA Cup quarter-final.
Chelsea have registered six successive home wins against Wolves in all competitions, scoring 21 goals and conceding just two but Wolves can earn their first league double over Chelsea since 1974-75.
Chelsea have the chance to go within two points of third placed Tottenham when they take on Wolves at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues are back in form ahead of this upcoming clash with Wolves. Maurizio Sarri’s side have won three straight games since their loss to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
In their last outing, Chelsea thrashed Ukraine’s Dynamo Kiev 3-0 with Pedro, Willian and Hudson-Odoi getting the goals for the home side.
Wolves are in good form too and currently occupy 7thplace in the Premier League table. A win for Nuno Santo’s side will take them three points clear of Watford and within ten points of Chelsea.
Their recent 2-0 win over Cardiff ended Wolves’ three match run without a league win which included a shock 1-0 loss away against bottom-of-the-table Huddersfield Town.
The head to head record should give Chelsea fans plenty of reasons to be optimistic with the Blues winning four of their last five encounters in all competitions.
However, one reason why they may not feel all that confident is the fact that in their last meeting, it was Wolves who ran out the 2-1 victors.
When it comes to the betting, the recommendation is to back the visitors in the double chance market. Chelsea are the heavy favourites to win and don’t offer much value.
Whereas Wolves are unbeaten away in London this season and, come into this clash as the 6/1 underdogs.
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