Match of the Week: Financial head-to-head Chelsea v Wolves

22 July 2020

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Photo: PA Images Wolves will be thirsty to reverse their 2-5 home loss in September 2019 when Chelsea came visited the Molineux.

Since Wolves returned to the Premier League in 2018, the clubs have an equal head-to-head in three corresponding fixtures as both have won one and drawn one. 

However, Wolves will be thirsty to reverse their 2-5 home loss earlier in the season when Chelsea came visited the Molineux.

Chelsea recorded an operating loss of a whopping £162.2 million last season while Wolves recorded a profit of £10.1 million.

 

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