Chelsea have been awful so far this season. The 2015 Premier League champions have been so bad that they go into Saturday’s game against Norwich City below their opponents in the table.
Jose Mourinho’s Blues, who have lost their last three league games, have taken just 11 points from their opening 12 matches in England’s top division this term.
Norwich travel to Stamford Bridge one point above 16th-placed Chelsea, and Canaries boss Alex Neil is hopeful that his side will still be ahead of the Blues come the end of the weekend.
Neil seems convinced that Chelsea will “turn it around” eventually, but he is praying that they wait until after their game with Norwich before returning to top form.
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