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Sky Bet offer Chelsea, Everton & Leicester enhanced odds all to win at 9/1

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This weekend’s Saturday price boost on a treble from Sky Bet will be a real tempter for punters at such a big price. They are boosting Chelsea, Everton and Leicester all to win their Saturday 3pm kick offs in the top flight, available now at a 9/1 price up from 7/1. Premier League leaders Chelsea hit the road to go to Stoke and with the Blues having won eight of their last eleven away games in all competitions and having lost just two previous Premier League games against Stoke, Antonio Conte’s men go as favourites at the Bet365 Stadium to roll off another three points. Everton are bang in form at the moment they have put together a five match winning streak on home soil, with clean sheets in four of those. With them having scored at least two goals in each of their last five home games, they should have more than enough firepower to take down the relegation-threatened Hull. Then Leicester, who will be full of confidence after making the UEFA Champions League quarter finals in the week, round out the treble. They head to West Ham and with the Irons having won just one of their last five on home soil, the resurgent Foxes, may well take this opportunity to land their first league away win of the season. Register an account with Sky bet and take Chelsea, Everton & Leicester enhanced odds all to win at 9/1. Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Stoke v Chelsea Predictions & Betting Odds – 18th March 2017

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Stoke v Chelsea Betting Preview - Premier League 18th March 3.00pm Chelsea will go into the weekend still defending a ten point lead at the top of the Premier League table and they are inching their way to the title. This isn’t any easy trip to the Potteries though for them as they have won just once in their last four visits to face Stoke. The Potters earned themselves a good point away against Manchester City in their last league outing as well as spotlight on their resilience. Can they give the Blues a frustrating afternoon as well? Take the chance to land some extra returns on your accumulators thanks to Bet365’s 100% Euro Soccer bonus. Just land a winning acca of three or more selections on selected competitions and markets and earn up to a 100% win bonus! This offer applies to returns on pre-match accumulators of 3 or more selections on Full Time Result or Result/Both Teams To Score markets for the Premier League, Serie A, Primera Liga, Bundesliga 1 or Champions League. Register an account with the bookmaker and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them as well.

Stoke v Chelsea Betting Tips

It is a pretty good run of form that Stoke are on at the moment as they have gone W4 D3 L2 in the Premier League since the turn of the new year. At home, they have put together a great eight match unbeaten streak (W4 D4) which suggests they have what it takes to give Chelsea an uncomfortable afternoon. Stoke’s form this season at the Bet365 Stadium reads W6 D5 L3 but they have lost just one of their last twelve there. The Potters don’t have great form against Chelsea as they have won just two of their previous 17 Premier League meetings with Blues (D3 L12) but both of those victories were on home soil against them. Stoke have only lost two of their last seven home games against Chelsea in all competitions (W2 D3 L2) but both of those loses were by a 2-0 scorleine. A Chelsea 2-0 correct score at Bet365 is a price of 13/2. Saturday’s game will be the 13th occasion that Stoke have played against a team placed top of the Premier League on the day of the game. Of the previous 12, they have won just once – versus Manchester City in December 2015 (W1 D2 L9). Saido Berahino and Wilfried Bony are 3/1 anytime goalscorer options for them in this one. Chelsea moved through to the FA Cup semi finals at the expense of Manchester United last Monday and now turn their attentions back to the league. The Blues have taken 8 wins in their last 11 games out on the road in all competitions. They haven’t been destroying anyone out on the road lately and in their last five games away from the Bridge in the top flight, Chelsea have only gone W2 D2 L1. The clean sheets appear to have dried up for Antonio Conte’s men as they have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last five league games (Home and Away) and both teams to score in the fixture at Bet365 returns a price of 19/20. A 2-1 Chelsea win is an 8/1 correct score option. Diego Costa is 5/6 anytime goalscorer favourite with Eden Hazard at 8/5. Costa needs one more goal to reach the 50-goal mark in the Premier League and if he does it in this one, only four players in the history of the Premier League will have reached that target in fewer games. With just the one win in their last four visits to Stoke, this isn’t an easy game for Chelsea, who took a 4-2 win over the Potters at the Bridge on New Year’s Eve.

Stoke v Chelsea Betting Odds

Stoke 5/2, Draw 3/1, Chelsea 4/7

Stoke v Chelsea Predictions

Draw: Chelsea haven’t been as dominant on the road as they have been at Stamford Bridge and as their point against Man City proved, the Potters can be a tough side to get the better of on home soil. Neither would exactly be unhappy with a point, so settle for that.
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Man City and Chelsea 2/1 joint favourites for FA Cup after semi final draw

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Well we are down to the final four in this season's FA Cup and bookmakers have not been able to split up Chelsea and Man City for the title, with them having been kept apart in the final four. Chelsea were the last side to make it to the draw after their 1-0 home win over 10-man Manchester United on Monday night. They join Man City, Spurs and Arsenal in the final four of this season's competition and the Blues have been drawn against rivals Tottenham for their Wembley showdown. Spurs are the only side to have beaten Antonio Conte’s Premier League Champions-elect in any competitions since they switched their formation to a back three. Manchester City will therefore face up against the slumping Arsenal, who have fallen heavily out of the Premier League title race and out of the UEFA Champions League as well. The Citizens are trading as joint 2/1 favourites alongside Chelsea at William Hill to win the title this year. This could be Arsene Wenger's last shot at claiming silverware as Arsenal manager. Arsenal are 9/2 outsiders at online betting site William Hill to win this season's FA Cup with Spurs at 7/2. You can earn a free £5 bet each at William Hill each and every week. Just place a minimum of £20 or more on football accumulators with four or more selections and you will claim your free £5 bet back. This offer does apply to select leagues and markets and qualifying competitions include all English and Scottish football leagues and cup as well as the major European leagues and the Champions and Europa Leagues. This is a great offer and you can get a free bet bonus every week! Register an account with online betting site William Hill and pick up £20 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them too.
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Bet £20 at William Hill on Chelsea v Man Utd & get a £10 free Cheltenham bet

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The highly anticipated quarter final clash in the FA Cup between Chelsea and Manchester United will be with us on Monday night. That gives Manchester United a little extra time to recover from their long Europa League trip to Russia on Thursday. There is a tough task ahead for the Red Devils in this one who face a Chelsea side who have won 15 of their last 16 home games across all competitions. Plus the Red Devils will be going without main man Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Chelsea thrashed Manchester United 4-0 in a Premier League meeting at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season and it is the Blues who are going as favourites in this one against the reigning FA Cup holders. Will the Blues continue their march towards a domestic double or will it be Manchester United who keep alive their hopes of claiming a treble this season after having already tasted success in the EFL Cup? The very next day will signal the start of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival and what better way to celebrate the arrival of the fantastic Festival from Prestbury Park than by enjoying a free bet! Open an account with William Hill and Bet £10 on Chelsea v Man Utd & get a £10 free Cheltenham bet! After signing up with the bookmaker go and place your qualifying stake of £20 or more at odds of 1/2 or greater on Chelsea v Man Utd (2017 FA Cup Quarter-Finals) – Pre-match or in-play bets only. Do that and you will receive a free bet of £10 to use for the Cheltenham Festival 2017 at William Hill. Only single bets qualify and any best that are cashed in will not count either. Free bets can only be used on Cheltenham Festival races on the ‘Race Card’ market (only on bets of 1/5 or greater) and the free bets cannot be used on other race market (Place Markets’, ‘Betting Without’ etc). The free bet will be available by 9am on Tuesday 14th March 2017 and the free bets will expire at 18:00 on Friday 17th March 2017.
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Coral offer 33/1 enhanced odds on any team to win a corner in Chelsea v Man Utd

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Monday night is the big FA Cup quarter final tie between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are kicking off as favourites for the match having already claimed a big home win over the Red Devils in the Premier League this season. The Blues are unbeaten in their last four on home soil (W3 D1) against the Red Devils so having winning form on their side in the head and they have also won 15 of their last 16 games on home soil. As for Manchester United, who are the current FA Cup holders, they had a long trip to Russia in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday to deal with and they have lost the services of main man Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is out through suspension. That, combined with their poor run of form at the Bridge, puts them as underdogs but Jose Mourinho would love some revenge for that league loss earlier in the season and it would keep his men on course of a treble. Register an account with Coral and take 33/1 enhanced odds on any team winning a corner in Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup betting. Plus get £5 in free bets back if the bet loses! This is a new customer exclusive at Coral only so after signing up with them, place your FIRST real money bet as a win single £1 on ‘Any Team to Win a Corner 33/1’, This offer is for a £1 bet only after a minimum deposit of £5 has been submitted on the new account. If your selection wins, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have your account topped up to reflect the enhanced price in free bets. Should your bet lose, you will receive £5 in free bets from Coral on settlement of the market. This offer applies to one bet per customer per household (IP address) and it is open until 19:40 BST Monday 13th March with the exception of new accounts depositing funds with Moneybookers, Paysafe, Neteller or Skrill.
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Bet £10 Get £5 In-Play at Coral for Chelsea v Manchester United

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Chelsea have posted a W3 D1 record in their last four home games against Manchester United and that sequence of matches includes their big 4-0 win over the Red Devils this season in Premier League. The Blues have shipped only the one goal in total in their last four home and away against the Red Devils and when they last met in the FA Cup, back in April 2013, it was the Blues who won through 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in a replay following a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford. With Chelsea having won 15 of their last 16 home games in all competition,they are favourites for this tie. But Manchester United will be banking on Jose Mourinho coming up with something special tactically to pull off an upset. The former Blues boss will be relishing the chance to knock the Blues out of the competition, but they will have to do it without the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic. So no easy game for the visitors then, but they will be hoping that their solid defence can keep them in it at the Bridge. United had a long old trip to Russia for the UEFA Europa League as well in the week, so they are firmly playing a heavy underdog role on Monday night. Register an account with Coral and Bet £10 and Get £5 In-Play back from the bookmaker! This great offer from Coral is open to both new and existing customers. The promotion requires a 10 stake pre-match on Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup betting and in return, Coral will reward you with a free £5 In-Play for the game! The promotion will run through to 19:45 GMT Monday 13th March. Online betting site Coral also offer a Bet & Get Club. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on the Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Predictions & Betting Odds – 13th March 2017

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Chelsea v Manchester United Betting Preview - FA Cup 13th March 7.45pm Chelsea go as favourites as they play host to Manchester United for the second time this season at Stamford Bridge. It was plain sailing for the Blues as they romped to a 4-0 win over the Red Devils in the league meeting, and they go as favourites to get the better of Manchester United again. The Blues have been in immense home form winning all but one of their last sixteen games on home soil across all competitions. Will the Red Devils, who will be missing the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic, be able to stick in there against Antonio Conte’s men and take a step closer to retaining their cup title? Online betting site William Hill are running a huge promotion for Chelsea v Man Utd betting which will reward you with a free bet for next week’s big racing! Place a £20 or more on the game and get a £10 free bet to use at the Cheltenham Festival 2017! Not only that, they will be running their Super Sub offer as well for the game where if the player you have bet on is substituted, your bet will roll onto the player who comes on to replace him, keeping your anytime goalscorer bet alive no matter what. Register an account with online betting site William Hill and earn £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them. FA Cup Chelsea v Manchester United 2017 Infographic

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Betting Tips

So you have some strong home form running from the Blues at Stamford Bridge this season. They have posted a tremendous W15 D0 L1 at Stamford Bridge across all competitions. In all but two of their home games this season they have scored at least two goals as well and Antonio Conte has a full, strong squad to select from for this one. In the FA Cup this season, the boss has made substantial changes to starting line ups, but they probably won’t shuffle the pack too strongly this season. Chelsea get a five-day rest before their next game, whereas Man Utd are in action on Thursday night in Europe, making their selection a bit more complicated for this FA Cup tie. The Blues have won all but one of their last 10 FA Cup games on home soil, the one exception being that huge upset when Bradford beat them 4-2 in 2015. Chelsea have been to more FA Cup quarter-finals than anyone other side has in the 21st century (12) so they have pedigree. The Blues have also put together an 11 unbeaten match of form against Manchester United now in all competitions (W6 D5) and in their last nine against the Red Devils, Chelsea have conceded just three times. Chelsea to win to nil at William Hill is a price of 15/8 and in the correct score market, a Chelsea 1-0 is the shortest priced option at 5/1. Pedro has scored in each round of this season’s FA Cup and is a price of 12/5 in the anytime goalscorer market. Diego Costa and Michy Batshuayi are 11/10 options in the market. Both teams to score at William Hill is a price of even money and Man Utd have suffered losses in their two FA Cup ties with Chelsea since the turn of the century. The Red Devils have poor form running at Stamford Bridge with just a W1 D6 L11 record on the board in their last 18 trips there. But they haven’t suffered an away loss in the competition since back in 2013, but that loss came against Chelsea. Manchester United have had a packed schedule lately because of their EFL Cup, FA Cup and Europa League campaigns, but they are unbeaten in their last ten games in all competitions now. This will be United’s 46th game of the season, and only the 34th for Chelsea. Manchester United have drawn their last two games 1-1 which is a price of 11/2 in the William Hill correct score market. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is out suspended then for Manchester United because of his behaviour against Bournemouth in a recent league game. So his replacement gets a big chance and Marcus Rashford is a 5/2 anytime goalscorer option and he has four goals in his last six FA Cup appearances. Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial are 10/3 options. Manchester United have gone W3 D2 L1 in their last six games away from Old Trafford and in that sequence that have collected two clean sheets. Over 2.5 goals at William Hill is a 5/4 option for this game as United have scored in each of their last 13 games away from home across all competitions. Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has never lost an FA Cup quarter-final.

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Betting Odds

Chelsea 10/11, Draw 5/2, Man Utd 15/4

Chelsea v Manchester United FA Cup Predictions

Chelsea have too much going for them at the moment to not back in this one. They have been in cracking form at the Bridge and with United’s busy schedule a burden, this should be a home win for the Blues. It may be worth having a flutter on both teams to get on the scoresheet but Chelsea are value to go just put the win on the board, as well as backing Pedro to keep his scoring streak going.
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West Ham v Chelsea Predictions & Betting Odds – 6th March 2017

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West Ham v Chelsea Betting Preview - Premier League 6th March 8.00pm Not an easy game for the Blues here really who have lost their last two away games at West Ham (all competitions). So a little bit of a banana skin for them in this one and their away form in the top flight hasn’t been great lately with just the one win in their last four. So punters may sniff a bit of value on the Hammers getting something out of this game as they are going well enough at the moment to suggest that they can stick in there against the league leaders on home soil. It’s a good looking London derby to round off the weekend’s top flight action with. Will the Blues avoid defeat on their trip across the capital? Online betting site Coral offer a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on the Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them! Westham v Chelsea 2017 Infographic

West Ham v Chelsea Betting Tips

The Irons aren’t in bad form at the moment having lost just one of their last six league games in a pretty steady W3 D2 L1 record. That loss was at home though against Manchester City and their last three defeats in the league have been against top six sides in Arsenal, Man City and Manchester United, while they have also suffered defeats against Spurs and Chelsea as well during the term. So they haven’t matched up well against the top sides this season. The Hammers lost 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on the opening weekend of the new season and this will be the first time hosting Chelsea at the London Stadium. The Hammers will be hoping for a change in fortunes as they won only two of their last ten Premier League games at Upton Park against the Blues (D1 L7). West Ham did take a 2-1 win over Chelsea at home in the League Cup this season and a West Ham 2-1 return in the Coral correct score market is a big 18/1 price, with a Chelsea 1-0 being the shortest priced option there at 13/2. Andy Carroll has scored five goals in his last three home Premier League London derbies and the big man is trading at 10/3 in the anytime goalscorer market for the Irons, who will be without Michail Antonio. Manuel Lanzini has scored in seven of his 11 Premier League London derby appearances (seven goals) and he is a price of 9/2 to net. West Ham have gone W5 D3 L5 at home in the Premier League this season and they took some time to settle into their new home, but they seem to have started to look more comfortable there. The Hammers are vulnerable at the back as they have collected only one clean sheet in their last nine league games and both teams to score at Coral is running at a price of 4/5 which will be tempting. The Irons haven’t taken a clean sheet in any of their last four home games against the Blues, but with Chelsea just stuttering of late out on the road, punters may fancy the Hammers digging out a point in this one. Chelsea have only gone W1 D2 L1 in their last four Premier League road games and that was after a big six match winning streak on the road. So they haven’t been destroying anyone away from home, and overall home and away are on a four match streak without a clean sheet in the top flight, having conceded exactly one goal in each of those. Over 2.5 goals at Coral is trading at a price of 4/5. Diego Costa is a 5/6 anytime goalscorer favorite for this one while Pedro at 15/8 is on a two match scoring streak. Chelsea have gone W8 D3 L2 away from home this season and the two defeats there are the only two games in which they have failed to score in away from Stamford Bridge this term (at Spurs and Arsenal). Given their quality going forward, you would expect them to get on the board against the Hammers, which suggests that they are good enough to avoid defeat. Chelsea’s last two away games have both been a 1-1 result which may be huge value at 7/1 in the Coral Correct Score market. Chelsea will be defending a ten point lead at the top of the table this weekend.

West Ham v Chelsea Betting Odds

Chelsea 8/13, Draw 3/1, West Ham 5/1

West Ham v Chelsea Predictions

The Irons can give Chelsea a decent run for their money in this one. West Ham have been patchy at home this season, but since the autumn, they have been going well enough to suggest that they can give the Blues an uncomfortable evening. Chelsea have not been overly convincing out on the road recently, winning just one of their last four away from home, so nothing wrong with settling on the draw in the match outright and perhaps a 1-1 correct score is a value punt.  
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SkyBet offer Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win at 4/1 enhanced odds

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The EFL Cup Final may be taking centre stage this weekend but there is plenty of Premier League action as well to get stuck into. SkyBet have boosted, Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win their respective Premier League games this weekend up to a price of 4/1 from 5/2. Chelsea will be looking to stretch their legs out a little further at the top of the table when they face Swansea at Stamford Bridge in the 3pm kick offs. This is a great chance for the Blues to lay down more authority in the title race and they have scored at least two goals in all but two of their league home games this season and will be looking to extend their winning sequence at the Bridge. Everton have been flying along recently and they have a comfortable fixture at Goodison Park as they play host to the bottom side Sunderland. The Toffees have rattled off 13 goals in their last three home fixtures in the top flight and they took a 3-0 win at the Stadium of Light against the Black Cats earlier in the season. Rounding off the Sky Bet enhanced treble is West Brom who look to be a home banker as they take on the struggling Bournemouth. The Baggies are carrying great home form this season and with no side having conceded more Premier League goals in the 2017 calendar year than the Cherries have, West Brom look a lock for the win. Register an account with SkyBet and take 4/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea, Everton and West Brom all to win! Each week you can claim a free £5 bet with bookmaker SkyBet. This is because they run their great Sky Bet Club which is open to all punters. After opening an account with the bookmaker (where you can claim a free £20 bet bonus) you can go and opt in to the Sky Bet Club. There, just make £25 worth of qualifying bets each week before 11.59:59 pm on Sunday evening and you will be credited with a free £5 bet to use! Just stay in the club by making the qualifying bets each week and you can keep collecting the free bets!
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Chelsea v Swansea Predictions & Betting Odds – 25th February 2017

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Chelsea v Swansea Betting Preview - Premier League 25th February 3.00pm Chelsea head into the weekend with an eight point lead at the top of the Premier League table so they will look to extend their lead this weekend and take another big stride towards the Premier League title. The home form of the Blues remains immense and they are a long odds on price to collect the three points on offer in this one. Swansea have clawed their way out of the drop zone thanks to the influence of new boss Paul Clement. But a road trip to the home of the Premier League Champions-elect isn’t likely to offer them up too many chances of putting any more survival points on the board this weekend. Don’t forget to have a crack at Paddy Power’s Hotshot Jackpot promotion. For the weekend’s Premier League action, make eight anytime goalscorer predictions in the Hotshot fixtures and then sit back and wait to see if your selections all get on the scoresheet. This is a free prediction game for Paddy Power customers to enter and there is a £250,000 jackpot running on the promotion. The jackpot has already been won twice this season! So get in on the free-to-play action by registering an account with online betting site Paddy power. Sign up and claim £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them as well.

Chelsea v Swansea Betting Tips

There is a chance for Chelsea to open up their lead at the top of the table even further this weekend as second placed Man City get a weekend off. The Blues have gone W11 D0 L1 at home this season and they have won their last nine on the bounce at the Bridge. Overall this season Chelsea have only conceded the seven league goals on home soil in the top flight and a Chelsea to win to nil wager at Paddy Power is a price of 20/21 and that is likely to have appeal for punters given the amount of clean sheets that the Blues have picked up this term. Chelsea have actually failed to win any of their last three league games against the Swans having gone D2 L1 but they are obviously strong favourites for this one. 83% of Chelsea’s home league games this season have gone over 2.5 goals and you have a price of 4/7 at Paddy Power on this one going over the goal line. Chelsea have scored at least two goals in all but two of their twelve home games this season. Diego Costa has scoring form against Swansea, as the Blues forward has scored seven goals in four Premier League appearances against the Swans at a rate of 1.75 per game. Costa is 4/7 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market for this one and he is priced up at 12/5 in the Paddy Power first goalscorer market. Last season at this stage of 25 games played, Chelsea were only three points ahead of Swansea. For this meeting, they are 36 points ahead of the Swans. Chelsea have conceded in their last two home games against the Swans and therefore you have a decent price of 21/20 on both teams to score in the match up. Chelsea have shipped exactly one goal in each of their last three league matches after all. A Chelsea/Chelsea half time/full time result will return you a price of 4/5 at Paddy Power and their home form is so strong and this is such a big opportunity for them to exert more authority at the top of the table, they are going to find the gaps in the Swans defence most likely. Paul Clement has had a tremendous impact as Swansea boss and they are now clear of the drop zone heading into the weekend. Swansea have posted a W4 L2 record in their last six league games. Out on the road this season their record is nothing to write home about having gone W3 D1 L8, but they have won two of their last three away from the Liberty Stadium, one of those wins coming at Anfield. In total, Swansea have netted four goals in their last two Premier League trips to Stamford Bridge and that is as many as they’d scored in their previous 10 games there combined. Gylfi Sigurdsson has four league goals against Chelsea and has eight league goals for the season, the midfield man is 7/2 in the anytime goalscorer market. Just to highlight the progress of Swansea, they have claimed 12 league points in 2017, which is actually one more than Chelsea have picked up.

Chelsea v Swansea Betting Odds

Chelsea 3/11, Draw 5/1, Swansea 14/1

Chelsea v Swansea Predictions

This should produce a home win, as good as Swansea’s revival has been under Clement, taking a point at the Bridge is going to be a mighty tough thing to pull off. The Blues have the extra scoring power to put the three points on the board, but it may be worth backing the home side to win but both teams to score as well. Swansea have been doing much better and they have scored in their last two visits to Stamford Bridge so that may offer some value. Look over 2.5 goals as well.  
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