Chelsea beaten at Wolves, loses more ground in title race

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Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri criticised his players' attitude and felt they were overconfident after a shock 2-1 loss to Wolves on Wednesday.

Sarri has been unwavering in his insistence that Chelsea are not title contenders this season, but he downplayed the suggestion that the manner of this defeat could have a negative effect on his team ahead of the City game.

When Sarri opted to make a second-half change in search of an equaliser following Wolves' impressive turnaround, it was not Loftus-Cheek but N'Golo Kante who made way for Mateo Kovacic.

The Blues are now seven points behind league leaders Manchester City and Maurizio Sarri will be hoping to pick up an easy victory against an underperforming Wolves side.

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"Suddenly we conceded a goal and we we were the same team on the pitch It's very hard for me to understand why". I am really very anxious for this, not for the result.

"We train every day as a team and we should expect to play well whoever plays", he said. "After the first goal - an accident because we were in full control of the match - we were suddenly another team".

"I saw a team without a reaction".

Wolves produced a stunning second-half turnaround as two quickfire goals earned a shock 2-1 victory over Chelsea to end a six-match winless run in the Premier League.

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been rewarded with a start by Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri for their game against Wolves at the Molineux, following his goal-scoring cameo at the weekend. Alvaro Morata once again looked ill-suited to the intensity of a night like this.

Jimenez drilled through Kepa Arrizabalaga after 59 minutes before Jota tapped in at the far post from Matt Doherty's cross after Andreas Christensen and Willian gave the ball away.

Boss Nuno Espirito Santo said: "I think everybody enjoyed it - everybody from Wolves of course".

Wolves have had their season go off the rails lately.

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