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Chelsea have been in good form recently, and the Blues have won three straight games in a row in all competitions.

Chelsea’s next game is a home league clash against Wolves, and the Blues will be hoping to get another victory and boost our chances of completing a top four finish.

Michael Owen has backed Chelsea to win this game and has predicted a 2-0 scoreline for the Blues.

Owen told BetVictor: “Wolves have already picked up a point at Old Trafford and the Emirates as well as gaining a famous win at Wembley this season although, surprisingly, they were beaten at Huddersfield in their last away league game.

“Wolves won the reverse fixture at Molineux back in December and they are looking to become the first newly promoted side to do the double over Chelsea since Charlton in the 2000-01 campaign.

“Chelsea have won their last couple of home league games, however, and I feel they will just do enough to maintain their challenge for a top four finish.”

Speaking ahead of the Wolves clash, Sarri has urged his team to maintain a good level of concentration. Chelsea were beaten by Wolves in the reverse fixture 2-1 despite having taken the lead.

“I remember very well that after Wolves scored to make it 1-1 we stopped playing,” Sarri said.

“We went into trouble and started again only in the last 10 matches. I will study very well that match because we need to arrive to this match with the right level of preparation and the right level of mentality.

“If you stop playing you can lose against any team. If you stop playing against Manchester City you can lose 6-0. Unfortunately in Wolverhampton we stopped after 50, 55 minutes for 20 minutes. It was enough to lose the game.

“When I speak about us needing to improve our mentality and our consistency, I am speaking about these problems.”

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