Chelsea fan worries could be heightened even further as alarming statistics suggest their current form could tip them for relegation.
After a promising pre-season, the Blues have endured a poor start to the campaign with just one Premier League win to their name.
Their 1-0 defeat at home to Aston Villa leaves them 14th in the top flight, with Chelsea also winless and scoreless in three games.
Mauricio Pochettino's side have in fact won in the Carabao Cup as they beat west London neighbours AFC Wimbledon 2-1.
However, their Premier League results in recent months are an increasing concern for fans as they continue to stagnate in the table.
Statistics of their form make for worrying reading, with Chelsea fan and former player Jason Cundy revealing all on Monday night.
Speaking on The Sports Bar, he said: «Chelsea's points per game over the last 35 matches, which is three short of a full season, is 0.8.
»That would get you relegated in every single Premier League season and have you finish bottom or joint-bottom in the seasons 1997, 1998, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2018.
«That's what our points tally has been… we know that's not how football works, across two seasons, we've won two league games since Graham Potter left.
»Just let that sink in, since Potter left, we've won two league games. Seven wins in all competitions this calendar year and that includes one against home at Luton, this is this season, one at home against Wimbledon and one win away at Bournemouth.
«So I mentioned the 'R' word right, I'm not arrogant enough to think that Chelsea are too good to go down but if that carries on, Chelsea will end up in a relegation [battle].»
Chelsea have won just five points from a possible 18 so far this term, although theirRead on talksport.com