Date: 10th March 2019 at 8:00am
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We’re fast approaching the business end of the season, a time where one slip can have a calamitous effect on a clubs’ aspirations and hopes.

Here at Vital Chelsea, we’re hoping that this season Chelsea will qualify for the Champions League next season, albeit by winning the Europa League or by finishing in the top four of the Premier League, or preferably, both.

After a dip in form that culminated in two heavy away defeats, away to Bournemouth and Manchester City, Chelsea have knuckled down and put together a run of four consecutive wins, in all competitions.

This Sunday, the Chelsea faithful will be hoping that run can be extended to five games when Wolverhampton Wanderers visit Stamford Bridge.

The previously mentioned improvement in form along with a drop in for by some of those above us, has resulted in Chelsea being in a position where top-four finish is something that is in their own hands, but they cannot afford to slip up, this Sunday, against a Wolves side that have established a reputation as being a side that likes to play attractive football.

As is the norm, we’re running our regular Match Day Moments feature whereby we ask you to leave your views, in the comments section beneath this article, on a variety of subjects including, but not limited to;

1 – The build-up to the fixture.

2 – The starting eleven named by Maurizio Sarri.

3 – The action as it happens at Stamford Bridge.

4 – Your thoughts in the immediate period after the final whistle has sounded.

Hopefully, it’ll all be high-fives with Chelsea having extended that winning run to five consecutive games.

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11 Replies to “Match Day Moments – Premier League – Wolverhampton Wanderers (H)”

  • 2 points dropped …. Huge huge missed opportunity …. but given how close we came to drawing a blank, I’ll take the consolation point & hope it helps us to 4th

  • Winning the Europa League might be required to enter the CL next year …. I just don’t trust Sarri to get us into 4th

    • What faith would that be?? Unless we win the Europa League it’s the same again next season with no new signings, can’t wait.

  • Not giving up, friend …. Just that I don’t have faith in this man to be flexible enough to do what needs to be done … Though he has shown some initial signs of flexibility, it’s not
    nearly enough imho …..

  • Hudson-Odoi bad today… This is where ambitious kids get into trouble. It’s wrong to bench them, but it’s not entirely wrong to not field them. His threats to leave (and corresponding offers) aren’t guaranteed to make him a better player somewhere else. This is why every club in the PL should have a ‘B’ team. I just don’t understand why such a thing doesn’t exist! The FA is complicit in this, also… That foreign leagues are plundering English youth, should be a red flag…

  • Don’t know maybe am wrong but Sarri to me looks like kind of manager who will win a few games when he’s about to lose his job but when the dust settles loses critical games.

  • Think I said wolves wouldn’t be easy and so it proved their plan almost worked perfectly defend deep try and hit us on the break and that’s what they did and my problem is I could predict the tactic and more teams can see we didn’t know how to combat it but surely we knew it was coming and try to work something out in training but no we couldn’t get past their two groups of four who by the way were superbly well drilled.

  • Keep the faith, never give up, means just that. Always believe we can get something, never leave the ground before the final whistle. People also need to have respect for opposition teams, they don’t turn up just to roll over. There were 11 good pros on the field for Wolves, carrying out a well rehearsed plan, something they have done against better sides than us this season. See the weekend results as a point gained on Spuds and Manure, albeit 2 dropped on Arsenal, we are in a better place than a month ago.
    KTBFFH

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