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(STREAMING!!!) Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Chelsea live Free streaming 24 December 2023


Wolves vs Chelsea live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. In a mid-table clash in the Premier League, a resurrected Chelsea side travel to the Molineux to face Wolves. In the EPL's first Christmas Eve fixture since 1995, Chelsea will be looking to keep their European push on track by beating Wolves away.


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The Blues secured their place in the semi-finals of the EFL Cup on Tuesday, as they seek their first domestic trophy since 2018. The EPL is the bread and butter for Chelsea, though, and they have work to do after an inconsistent start to the season. Mauricio Pochettino's men are 10th right now, six points adrift of the top seven.


It is hard to know which version of Chelsea is going to turn up for any given game. At their best they are capable of producing some free-flowing soccer. On other occasions they struggle to create chances and are undone by defensive lapses.


Wolves will be on hand to take advantage if the Blues leave gaps at the back. They have already done so against big teams this season, beating both Man City and Tottenham at Molineux. Gary O'Neil's side will press high up the pitch and look to force turnovers in advanced areas.


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The Wolves vs Chelsea live stream takes place on Sunday, December 24.

Time: 1 p.m. GMT / 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT / 12 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 25)

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U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports

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Premier League football returns to Christmas Eve for the first time since 1995 as Chelsea travel to face Wolves this afternoon. It is not going to be a permanent return to the festive calendar, with it already confirmed that there will be no League match on December 24 next season.


Chelsea have the chance to provide their fans with some pre-Christmas cheer, though even victory at Molineux would not lift them beyond their current position of tenth in the table. The Blues are closer to the relegation zone than the top four in terms of points, and Mauricio Pochettino's side have not won away from home since the start of November.


Wolves have struggled for consistency themselves at times this season but are on a six-match unbeaten run on home soil, beating Manchester City and Tottenham and picking up a point against Aston Villa and Newcastle.


RC Strasbourg have a significant £22million January transfer budget to sign players, including Chelsea target Valentin Barco.


The 19-year-old could leave Boca Juniors this winter and is being targeted by the French club, offering him a future pathway into Mauricio Pochettino's first team at Stamford Bridge.


Strasbourg are the first club to join Chelsea in Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital's multi-club model as part of BlueCo.


They have been given a significant transfer budget and have a remit to sign Under-23 players like Barco, who Manchester City and Brighton also target for their own multi-club operations.


Mauricio Pochettino says Romeo Lavia could make his Chelsea debut against Wolves but warned his returning injured players that they will be phased in very slowly.


The Argentine was keen to send a message directly to his Blues squad that he will only pick players who are fully fit and in good form.


Lavia, 19, has not played a competitive match for almost seven months now and has yet to make his Chelsea debut since a £53million summer transfer from Southampton.


They managed to come from behind to beat Newcastle to earn a place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals, building on a slightly unconvincing victory against Sheffield United.


Wolves were thumped 3-0 in their previous match against West Ham United and the fixture against Chelsea could be another challenging task for them. With 19 points from 17 games, the home side have struggled this season but a win here could see them go level on points with their opposition.


The Blues earned a spot in the EFL Cup semi-finals and Pochettino's men have looked to have finally found the groove. Chelsea are at the equator in the Premier League and a win against Wolves would give them massive confidence ahead in the season.


Wolves will be bolstered by the return of Pedro Neto with the Portuguese star recovering from his thigh injury. Neto's counterpart Jose Sa is also touted to return between the sticks for Wolves alongside another Portuguese international Nelson Semedo who has recovered from his illness.


The Blues remain without Carney Chukwuemeka (knee), Trevoh Chalobah (thigh), Marc Cucurella (ankle), Wesley Fofana (hamstring), Robert Sanchez (knee) and Ben Chilwell (thigh).


Reece James is nursing a hamstring injury and has undergone a surgery as the English defender will need a few months to get back to action. The trio of Romeo Lavia (ankle), Lesley Ugochkwu (unspecified) and Noni Madueke (fitness) have returned to training with the Blues and could make the squad if they are match fit.


Enzo Fernandez and Lewi Colwill were the two casualties from midweek for Pochettino with the Argentine midfielder suffering from hernia and the latter undergoing fatigue meaning he would be back in the squad against Wolves.

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