Pundits predict Wolves v Chelsea: Another Premier League scalp for Lambert?

Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte after the match

Wolverhampton Wanderers face Chelsea on Saturday in the FA Cup, and HITC pundits give their predictions on the likely outcome.

Dan Coombs

Wolves 0-2 Chelsea

Sorry Wolves, the dream is going to come to an end this weekend. It was a fantastic performance which saw them see off Liverpool in the last round but Chelsea have no such vulnerabilities. Wolves have failed to score in their past two home games and Chelsea should simply be too good.

Chelsea manager Antonio ConteChelsea manager Antonio Conte

Danny Owen

Wolves 1-3 Chelsea

Paul Lambert’s side may have breathed fresh life back into this tired old competition at Anfield but their impressive run will be brought to a swift end by a Chelsea side who have scored eight goals in two FA Cup fixtures so far. Willian, Pedro and Michy Batshuayi will be keen to impress.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert celebrates their second goalWolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert

Alfie Potts-Harmer

Wolves 0-2 Chelsea

Wolves may have knocked out Liverpool in the Fourth Round, but Chelsea haven't shown the same lapses and bipolar performances as the Anfield side this season. They're a far more well-drilled and consistent unit, and they should record a routine win against a Wolves side which lost at home to Wigan on Tuesday.

Vincent Ralph

Wolves 1-3 Chelsea

Chelsea are likely to make changes for this side but they should be far too strong for a Wolves side struggling at the wrong end of the Championship table. The Blues may have prioritised the Premier League but with the likes of Michy Batshuayi in reserve it should be a comfortable win for the visitors.

Che Thomas

Wolves 0-2 Chelsea

Surely Wolves can't repeat their Anfield performance against the run-away Premier League leaders? Chelsea have the squad to juggle the FA Cup and the league with no Europe to worry about, and should have too much for a Wolves side who have lost three on the bounce. I expect a fairly comfortable win for the Londoners.

Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi reacts after a disallowed goalChelsea's Michy Batshuayi

Aiden Cusick

Wolves 0-3 Chelsea

Wolves have stumbled of late but can take confidence from last month's win at Anfield when Chelsea come to town. This should be a stroll for the Premier League leaders, mind, regardless of which side Antonio Conte opts to put out.

Chelsea manager Antonio ConteChelsea manager Antonio Conte

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