Graham Potter has turned Stamford Bridge into the easiest Premier League ground to win at, according to fans
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It's been a tough season for Chelsea and apparently fans of other clubs now look forward to a visit to Stamford Bridge, with the ground voted the most likely to earn clubs three points.
Earlier in the season, Todd Boehly decided to sack Thomas Tuchel and replace him with Graham Potter, it's so far worked out best for Tuchel.
The German is now the Bayern Munich manager, after Julian Nagelsmann's sacking, whilst the Blues, under their new manager, have struggled.
Potter can't really catch a break, even coming under criticism during the international break, thanks to Ted Lasso and because Noni Madueke was ripping it up for England's under 21s.
On the pitch, the Blues are currently in 10th place and 11 points short of Tottenham Hotspur in fourth place, and would need a miracle to make it into next season's Champions League.
Where once Jose Mourinho went his entire first stint at the club undefeated at home, now there is little to fear from 90 minutes at the Bridge.
In fact, according to a poll of fans, by Censuwide for Midnite, match attending fans believe that Chelsea's home is the easiest to earn all three points right now.
18.87% of fans asked picked the ground in west London, with Everton's Goodison Park not far behind with 18.08% of the vote and Bournemouth picking up 15.1% of voters, for their Vitality Stadium.
Leeds United's Elland Road and Southampton's St Mary's are next on the list, both earning under 13% of the vote, from the 1002 fans asked.
Officially, relegation threatened Southampton are the worst team at home in the current campaign, having only won twice on the south coast so far, with Chelsea 10th in the home table.
However, they have beaten Chelsea at home and drawn with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, the latter result leading to Antonio Conte's sacking, and also conquered Manchester City, though that was in the Carabao Cup.
On the other side of the ledger, City's Etihad Stadium is still considered the hardest place for clubs to get away with all three points from, despite Pep Guardiola's side trailing Mikel Arteta in the title race.
Liverpool's Anfield pips rivals Manchester United, and their Old Trafford home, to second place, with the two grounds in the north west picking up 26.02% and 22% of the vote respectively.
At least Erik ten Hag and his side can make themselves feel better by knowing that away supporters voted the 'Theatre of Dreams' as the ground with the best atmosphere.