Wolves without Ruben Neves and Jonny Otto for Chelsea visit


His Wolves team scored two second half goals in the space of four minutes to clinch a victory but Chelsea, with overwhelming control of possession, should never have allowed the game to slip from their grasp.

"I am really very anxious, not for the result, but for the fact we did not respond to the first goal", the Chelsea boss added.

Wolves then turned the match on its head by scoring a second just four minutes later, with a low cross from Matt Doherty being tapped in at the back post by Diogo Jota. In the last championship in Italy, I lost the title with 91 points [at Napoli], so I know how important it is to win.

"We played very well in the first half". He has a lot of things to improve on but together we are going to try and build something, ' said Nuno after watching his side win for the first time in seven games.

The fightback consigned Chelsea to successive Premier League away defeats and left Maurizio Sarri with much to ponder ahead of welcoming leaders Manchester City to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

"I think we played very well for 55 minutes".

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The 22-year-old is yet to start a Premier League match this season but has five goals in all competitions and feels he's deserving of a chance.

With Christmas on the horizon, we better get used to having Chelsea on our TV screens on multiple occasions in one week.

"The result is very hard for this because I know very well in every match you need points".

The Chelsea boss will be rotating some players for the game especially with a game against Manchester City coming up next weekend.

Eden Hazard has been one of the top performing players for Chelsea this season and the Belgium global will keep his place in the starting lineup.