A new era begins at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night as Thomas Tuchel takes charge of Chelsea for the first time as they host Wolves.
It will be a tough assignment for the Blues, who lost 2-1 in the reverse fixture in December, which was the second successive loss that contributed to Frank Lampard's ouster.
Here are some stats ahead of the match.
Chelsea vs Wolves Head-to-head
- Chelsea are seeking to extend their unbeaten home run in all competitions against Wolves to 10 games since their last defeat nearly 42 years ago
- Their opponents are going for a first league double against Chelsea since 1974/75 when Bill McGarry was in charge of Wolves
- The Blues have only failed to score in one of their last 18 top-flight meetings with Wolves - a 0-1 defeat at Molineux in January 2011
- Chelsea's defeat to Man City in their last Premier League home game was only their second at Stamford Bridge this season in 15 matches (eight wins, five draws)
- Tuchel's side have only lost two home games in all competitions in the last 21, winning 14 of them
- Only Liverpool (37), Man Utd (36) and Leicester (35) have scored more Premier League goals than Chelsea this season (33)
- Only Ederson (10) and Emiliano Martinez (9) have kept more clean sheets in the Premier League than Edouard Mendy (7)
- Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are hoping to avoid three consecutive league defeats for the first time since November 2018
- Wolves haven’t kept a clean sheet in their past 12 Premier League games, the longest current run in the competition
- Wolves have won five points from the last possible 27 including their one win against Chelsea on 15 December. Since then they have lost four and drawn two
- Since their return to the Premier League in 2018, Wolves have won 23 points from their 13 league games in London
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