The Blues need just a point from this encounter to finish the season in the third position which will automatically qualify them for next season’s Champions League competition.
There are no excuses for the Blues who are on a mission to redeem themselves having lost to Liverpool on Wednesday at Anfield.
Though Lampard’s side put three goals past Alisson Becker, they were unable to grind out the needed result as they conceded five goals.
The Blues look very productive at the final half of the pitch and they have found the back of the net six times in two matches.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about the defensive setup that have conceded 54 goals in 37 league matches.
The defenders will have a whole lot of work to when they play host to Nuno Espirito’s free-scoring side who have scored nothing less than 54 league goals this season.
Wolves, who are still in the race for this season’s Europa League glory, will hope to defeat the Blues at Stamford Bridge to put an end to what has been a very glorious campaign.
Having recorded two wins and a draw in their last three matches, Wolves remain a very tough opponent for the Frank Lampard’s men.
It should be recalled that the Wanderers thrashed Manchester City (2-0) in the course of the season, it won’t be out of place to predict a favorable scoreline for the in-form Nuno’s men.
The West London club need just a point from the game and we see them doing just that.
We expect a keenly contested clash at the Bridge and we tip both sides to settle for a 2-2 draw.