With the season gathering steam as it enters into its final few month, Graham Potter has a Herculean challenge in front of him as he hopes to revive the ship at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea, simply put, have been below par. That they languish in 10th place in the Premier League is evidence of how poor they have been
However, they have added reinforcements, and in numbers, in the January transfer window, as the arrivals of Mykhaylo Mudryk, Enzo Fernandez, João Félix (on loan) and Benoît Badiashile are likely to help the team turn around its fortunes during the remainder of the season.
Inefficiency in front of goal has been the Blues’ primary Achilles heel – they have scored just four goals in nine games since the turn of the year. The last time they scored more than one goal was against Bournemouth on 27th December. And you’ll have to go back as far as October to know the last time they scored at least three goals.