With us about halfway through the season now, we are starting to get a feel for how the Premier League table is going to look come the end of the season in May. If the league was to finish now, Chelsea fans and the board would not be happy due to the investment that they have put in during the summer and Lampard’s job would be in jeopardy and below we investigate why it might be going wrong for the Englishmen at his boyhood club.

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First of all, we do not believe he is playing to his strength in terms of formation which is why the team isn’t be able to deliver how it should be, especially after £200 million worth of investment in the summer. Lampard seems to be so stubborn on his 4-3-3 formation in which they don’t seem to be getting any joy from. Although this is a benefit for his wingers Pulisic and Ziyech, the lone striker whether that be Werner/Giroud/Abraham seem very isolated and aren’t getting the service of help they require. A simple adjustment of 4-2-3-1 would allow for new signing Kai Havertz to excel in his preferred position at attacking midfield and be able to support the striker.

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Furthermore, to what we have just mentioned, Lampard continues to play his player out of their favoured position and isn’t getting the most out of their potential due to this. Werner has been poor in front of goal this year, missing multiple big chances but being stuck on the left wing isn’t helping to a player that is low on confidence already. Moreover, to this, Havertz as mentioned above is being played in a number 8 role in central midfield, a position that he has never played before as last season why here was excelling for Leverkusen was in a false 9 role, virtually playing as a striker so we think that pushing Havertz further up the pitch will enhance his gameplay.