Date: 14th September 2019 at 1:22pm
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It’s a return to Premier League action this afternoon for Chelsea.

With the international break now, thankfully, over, Chelsea travel to Molineux this afternoon to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers.

After accumulating just five points from the first twelve available, the Chelsea support, on this fine sunny day, will be hoping Frank Lampard can engineer his second Premier League win of the season.

However, Wolves will provide stern opposition as they seek to improve on a poor start to the season that has seen them accumulate just three points from the twelve available.

As is the norm, we’re running our Match Day Moments feature whereby we invite you to leave your viewpoint, in the comment facility beneath this article, on a variety of subjects including, but not limited to:

1 – The build-up to the big game.

2 – The starting eleven selected by Frank Lampard.

3 – The action as it happens at Molineux.

4 – Your thoughts in the immediate period following the final whistle.

Let’s hope we are all smiles come the final whistle.

Up the Chels!

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15 Replies to “Match Day Moments – Premier League – Wolverhampton Wanderers (A)”

  • Despite sustained pressure from Wolves after the break we have gone further up from a brilliant TAB goal & MM almost scored a 5th …. But Wolves get one back …. 4-1 it is

  • Wolves get a 2nd … Our defending is our bane yet again …. We can’t expect to outscore opponents every match, need tightening up & quick

  • I am really happy I thought today would be really tough but we blew them away shame we have conceded late on but it shows character to score the last goal when they probably hoped to come back at us the kids are doing great good old frank sorry young frank

  • Absolutely incredible performances all over the pitch from the Chelsea players. I must admit I never thought Lamps had tactical skills to tweak the formation like he did today. It was a masterpiece and it left Wolves without a clue as to how they would break is down with their exciting forwards. They were obviously targeting Azpilicueta but they found a rock solid Rudiger unbeatable and all that was down to the way Lamps set the team up.

  • Hopefully the substitution of Rudiger was just precautionary and not borne out of injury because he gave the backline a physical presence that was lacking in the last few games. It is a sign that all will be well at the back when he regains full match fitness

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