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The chaos that is holding Chelsea back against Liverpool and Man City

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Ball losses in the opposition half can capture just how frequently a team lose the ball high up the field, while ball recoveries in the opposition half capture how often possession is regained.

Teams with a high number of ball losses combined with countless ball recoveries in the opposition half are essentially chaotic, with those teams captured on the scatter plot below.



With time, it's reasonable to suggest that Chelsea will replace some of their chaos with control, by losing the ball less but recovering it just as much and hopefully, beating more opponents.



With the Premier League season on pause, clubs and managers have the opportunity to evaluate their progress after 29 matches played.

The Blues post plenty of ball losses in the opponent's half, while managing to recover possession a lot at the same time.

Teams such as Manchester City, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and PSG recover the ball very often, but don't tend to lose it as much.

Ultimately, as Lampard gains experience at Stamford Bridge, it's likely that his focus on securing wins will become increasingly prominent.
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