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Three exemplary players who should inspire Chelsea to victory against Wolverhampton Wanderers

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The Blues are in dire need of the result that matters so much to them against Wolves at the moment and with the League leaders Manchester City winning their games in sumptuous styles.

It’s obvious as to where the pressure would be as Chelsea’s injury and loss of form sets in the Blues way to perform as expected in the Premier League.

But with three points at stake, Chelsea would want to prove a point in this one as they lock horns against Wolves.

Following the upcoming fixture between Wolves and Chelsea at the Molineux, Isagoal.com takes a look at three Chelsea players key to their side success in this clash.

Thiago Silva

The Blues Veteran defender would aim to present an enabling environment for his defensive colleague to flourish alongside him.

The likes of Antonio Rudiger and especially Trevoh Chalobah would benefit from his presence and maturity on the pitch.

Even as his fear factor and experience would give Chelsea an edge in the face of their counterpart this weekend in the Premier League as they get ready for the Wolves trip at the Weekend.

Mason Mount

The English man has a goal-scoring instinct that has kept him at float among his peer. His form put him in the same cadre as some of his young mates in the round leather game.

Against Everton, he was one of the players who look like making the difference on Thursday night though his side ended the match in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.

And with his goal against Everton expect him to be in a confident mood as he carries some of his side hopes against the host Wolves.

Kai Havertz

The German international would be key to his side quest for victory in this difficult challenge against Wolves as match beckons at the Molineux.

The Chelsea’s creativity and inventions would rest on his shoulder amid his technical awareness and backing of his manager Thomas Tuchel.

While he could get a goal for himself after scoring a header of a goal when he was used as a Number 9 in the 1-1 draw versus Sean Dyche’s Burnley side earlier in the season.        


This article was updated 2 months ago



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