Journalist expects Chelsea to ‘start scoring more freely’ soon and drops double act plan

Despite keeping three clean sheets and not losing for the last three games, you can still say that Chelsea are in a difficult moment and a rough run of form.

They have only won one of those three games mentioned above, and the performances have still not been overly great, despite clear improvements on the last couple of months.

Graham Potter will be working hard in training in order to see improvements. And of course, he will now be joined by a number of extra quality players signed in January to help.

Chelsea’s owners have done their best to provide Potter with the tools, now it will be up to him to use them.

It’s far from doom and gloom though, and new signings will take a bit of time to settle in. But when they do, journalist Ben Jacobs of Si & Dan Talk Chelsea believes that they will soon start scoring more freely.

Writing in his exclusive latest column, Jacobs said: “I do expect Chelsea to start scoring more freely, and go on a run starting with an away win at West Ham.”

He also believes that the return of Joao Felix could help Kai Havertz.

“Havertz just isn’t involved in games enough,” Jacobs continued. “His five Premier League goals are actually only three off his tally from last season, but he’s not proving an effective outlet to lead the line. It will be interesting to see if he’s used alongside Joao Felix, which I think will help him, or whether Graham Potter opts to bench the German forward for West Ham.”

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