Chelsea seems to have picked up a little bit of form after the brief break from football due to Queen Elizabeth’s demise.
The blues has now completed back-to-back wins both at home and abroad as they aced Bruno Lage’s men( Wolverhampton Wanderers) comfortably three goals to nil at Stamford Bridge.
Their win has taken them into the top four with 16points after eight games although their rivals, Manchester United haven’t taken on Everton.
Before their significant win against Wolves that took them to the fourth spot, they managed to acquire three points in a narrow win against Crystal Palace away from home.
Graham Potter was instated as Chelsea’s head coach back on September 8, 2022, and seems to have started finding his footing in Chelsea but it’s also too early to be convinced about the team’s form because this is usually prevalent in clubs when they replace coaches and all of a sudden they go on a short-lived winning run as most feel to be a `manager bounce’.
There’s only one way to find out if they will thrive under their new administration as we anticipate their forthcoming games.