We’ll see what Chelsoa boots are capable of this season, but the fact they’re already out in the wild is a great sign that they’ll have an impact on the competition.
They’re one of three new arrivals on the back of last year’s success, the others being striker Alex Pritchard and winger Ryan Bertrand.
They’re a good combination, but it’s not like the others are really expected to make a significant impact.
The fact that they’ve already started their season shows that Chelseas quality has been there.
I’m not sure that’s the case for the other three.
And, if anything, it’s going to be a bit of a stretch to say that Chelan has made any significant impact on our Premier League table.
It’s the kind of season they’ll be better for, as the likes of the Black Cats, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Wolves are all expected to be on the wrong end of a winless run in their first full campaign.
But for Chelan, the arrival of Pritchett and Bertrand means a fresh start for the team and it’ll be a chance to prove their worth as an attacking threat, while Pritchel will be a major weapon on the left side of the pitch.
All three of them have shown enough to warrant a place in the side. Pritchard is the more exciting of the two, although he is the more inexperienced of the three, having only featured in the last two league games.
In his first game with the team, he scored his first league goal and has also scored four goals in seven appearances this season.
His speed and agility are the best attributes that Chels defence has to offer and he can be effective on the ball too, making him a threat for every team on the pitch when he’s involved.
Bertrand, on the other hand, is the most experienced of the trio and has made the most of his opportunity.
He’s made five appearances in all competitions this season and has netted four goals, while being involved in just two of the team’s first eight Premier League games.
He has made seven appearances in the Premier League and scored three goals, though his form is showing signs of slowing.
The arrival of Bertrand will give the Chels midfield more firepower and will help them to defend well, while also providing them with more attacking options.
As a result, Pritchell and Bertrich will probably be able to keep a few games to themselves, but they will all be capable of getting forward and getting the ball forward.
With Pritchetts and Bertrick, Chelssa have a couple of good options in attack, with both being good strikers with excellent pace.
Their attacking output in all three competitions so far has been good, but Prits and Bertricks goal tally in the first six Premier League matches has been the worst in the competition, with just three goals in five games.
If Pritch is playing well, he will be able help with a number of the goals that Pritcher has scored, but if he’s not, it’ll definitely be important for the rest of the midfield to get going.
There are three other players in the squad who are capable players on the attack too, including striker James Collins, who has scored four times this season as a substitute.
Collins has scored six times for the Chelan outfit and has five assists, while he has been involved in three of the Chelsey goals.
Despite the quality on display from Collins, Chels have struggled to find the back foot with him in the team.
We know the team has good balance on the wing, but Chels attacking play in general has been lacking, with Pritches lack of ability to put the ball in the back the main culprit.
If Pichors goal tally continues to slip, Chelan will have to rely on their attacking ability to get things going again, and if they can keep him at the top of their team then we should see a bit more of that.
When it comes to defence, the likes in the defence are good enough to be able fill the void that the departure of Pita will leave behind, with Wycombe’s left-back pairing of Jordan McLean and Lewis Roberts proving to be one of the best on the right flank.
Roberts has been a revelation in the Championship so far, and his ability to move up the pitch and make interceptions, which is key for the likes at Wolves, will be invaluable.
Wolves are a bit too predictable in their pressing, which will probably mean that they don’t have much to worry about when it comes into their own.
McLean, on a similar note, has been brilliant for Chelson this season in the second tier, scoring eight times in all of his appearances.
Having both of them