Chelsea are currently in their worst run in the 21st century. The Blues are yet to get a win in their last six games across a competitions. They are no longer in the FA cup tournament and might likely be knocked out of the Champions league after losing the first leg against Dortmund. There are many calls from Chelsea fans to sack Potter, but it seems the manager is backed by the Chelsea board to turn things around.
In the last 15 games across all competitions, Chelsea has nine loss, four draws and two wins. This shows that the blues have a winning percentage less than 30 percent in their last 15 games. If they are not careful, they might drop in to the second part of the premier league table. Graham Potter is hoping to kick off the month of march with a win when they play against Leeds united this weekend.
However, some of Chelsea players who were injured for a very long term are gradually returning back. Fofana made his appearance after Silva was injured in Chelsea's lost last weekend, while there is a high chance that Kante might be back in actions in March. However, if Potter fails to turn things around in the next few games, he might joined the list of sacked managers at the club.
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