Chelsea travel to Wolves this weekend, as they look to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

The Blues have had an easy ride in the FA Cup this season, knocking four past both Peterborough and Brentford en route to the fifth round of the competition.

Wolves meanwhile have had a far more difficult run, knocking out Premier League opposition in Stoke and Liverpool away from home.  Wolves’ league form has however been a far cry from their incredible FA Cup journey this season, as they lie 18th in the Championship table after three losses on the bounce.

Willian, Pedro and Michy Batshuayi have been involved in every goal Chelsea have scored in the FA Cup this season – contributing seven goals and four assists between themselves, while youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been unlucky not to have opened his goal scoring account this season in the FA Cup.

Wolves, on the other hand, have been heavily reliant on the creativity of Portuguese midfielder Helder Costa, who has been involved in three out of the four goals Wolves have scored so far in the FA Cup (one goal and two assists).

The Wanderers other danger men include Welsh midfielder David Edwards, who has scored nine times this season, making him Wolves’ top goal scorer and Costa’s fellow Portuguese teammates Ivan Cavaleiro, who has four goals and four assists, as well as Joao Teixeira who’s free-kick ability rivals that of Chelsea’s dead ball nemesis Robbie Brady.

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