LONDON (Agencies) - Branislav Ivanovic scored one goal and created the other as Chelsea beat Blackburn 2-0 Saturday to revive the London club's struggling Premier League campaign. Ivanovic slotted in from a tight angle in the 57th minute to give Chelsea the lead, and then sent a thumping header from a corner toward goal for Nicolas Anelka to steer into the net in the 76th The win puts Chelsea back into the top four in the standings, although Tottenham could reclaim fourth place when it plays Manchester United on Sunday. The defending Premier League champions had taken just 10 points from their last 10 matches and slipped from top to fifth in two months. Stoke beat Bolton 2-0: In another match played at Stoke, Stoke beat Bolton 2-0 in the Premier League in a fifth straight away defeat for the visitors. Stoke almost took the lead in the 26th at the Britannia Stadium after Bolton defender Gary Cahill accidentally sent a cross from Tuncay over his own bar. Stoke made the breakthrough in the 37th following a corner from Tuncay. Bolton failed to clear with striker Johan Elmander heading across his own area and Danny Higginbotham forced the ball across the line at the back post on his return to the side. Stoke made it 2-0 in the 62nd after Tuncay sent Matthew Etherington racing clear. The winger was tripped by Zat Knight as he broke into the box. Etherington took the penalty kick himself which Bolton goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen deflected onto the post before the ball trickled over the line. Man City defeat 4-3 In another match played in Manchester, Carlos Tevez scored twice as Manchester City held off a furious comeback attempt to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-3 to provisionally go atop the Premier League Standings. Nenad Milijas put Wolves in front in the 12th minute, but City gradually took over completely to seize a seemingly commanding 4-1 lead by the 66th. Kolo Toure scored the equalizer in the 40th and Tevez added his double after the break, either side of a goal by Yaya Toure. But Wolves fought back immediately, with Kevin Doyle netting a penalty in the 68th and Ronald Zubar cut the deficit further in the 85th to ensure a nervous finish for the hosts. City is now one point ahead of Manchester United, but with three more games played. United can reclaim the lead when it plays Tottenham. New signing Edin Dzeko made his debut for city, but was upstaged by his strike partner as Tevez joined United's Dimitar Berbatov as the league's leading scorer with 14. Wolves had by far the better start and dominated for much of the first 30 minutes, having beaten City at home previously this season. The opener came when Kolo Toure blasted a clearance into Vincent Kompany. Steven Fletcher then picked out an unmarked Matt Jarvis at the far post, but his shot from 12 yards was blocked by Aleksandar Kolarov, who flung himself in the way. Tevez then put City in front in the 48th after bursting through the passive presence of Christophe Berra and Stephen Hunt, then skipping inside Richard Stearman. The third goal came after a neat one-two between Dzeko and Tevez just inside the Wolves half. Dzeko came close to a debut goal when his deflected shot flew narrowly wide, but Tevez made it 4-1 with a header that bounced in via the underside of the crossbar. Wolves pulled one back after Doyle had been bundled over by substitute Joleon Lescott, and Zubar then made sure it was a frantic finish.