Chelsea’s mixed campaign took a new dimension against Arsenal on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge.
Twice, the Blues let the lead slip through their grip against the 10-man Gunners, and they could generally be regarded as been lucky to have taken anything away from a game they looked clueless in the closing stages.
One major concern for Chelsea lately has to be the poor form and inconsistency of their senior players, Kepa Arrizabalaga the chief culprit.
The lack of sustained guidance by the senior players to integrate a squad with a good number of talented but largely inexperienced players should call for concern as the Blues hit the final home stretch of the campaign.
With the FIFA transfer ban lifted, the Blues need to strengthen their squad with some quality and experienced players, particularly at left back and a striker to rival Tammy Abraham in attack before the window closes.