The latest Chelsea v Liverpool odds with Betfred offering 4/1 on Chelsea to beat Brendan Roger’s side this weekend (K0 16:00 SUN).
We’re all set for another monumental encounter at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea take on Liverpool in another mouthwatering clash from the Premiership.
How to pick up 4/1 treble on Chelsea to win
Its been something of an unspectacular season so far for Jose Mourinho’s side, but the side has been going about their business in a quiet manner and find themselves only two points off the top in third place, ideally placed to mount a realistic challenge on the Premiershop title in the New Year.
The Blues are particularly strong at home, as you would expect, winning eight of their nine games at home and drawing the other.
The Blues followed up a 0-0 draw at the Emirates against Arsenal on the 23rd with a gutsy 1-0 win over Swansea at Stamford Bridge, in a game in which they created a whole host of a chances and in reality should have won by many more, only the skills of Gerhard Tremmel in the Swansea goal keeping the score respectable for Laudrup’s side.
There’s no doubt that Chelsea t home are still a formidable force to be reckoned with, as they welcome Brendan Rogers’s side to West London.
Liverpool fans have been treated to some superb football so far this season, and with Luis Suarez confirming his position as one of the best strikers in the world at the momentum there’s still plenty of football cheer on Merseyside coming into the Christmas period.
After four consecutive wins the Reds succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to Manchester City at the Emirates, in a game which could well prove pivotal come the end of the season, as they head to London to take on a Chelsea side which is surely set to turn the corner at some time.
Brendan Roger’s side have already come unstuck away from home this season, with defeats away at Arsenal, Manchester Utd and more notably Hull City, and its clear Chelsea at 4/1 offer more than enough value for punters and fans to get involved with.
Is becoming increasingly apparent that all Chelsea are lacking at the moment is a striker who can bag them 2-030 goals a season, and there’s no dounbt that Mourinho will be looking to invest in the new year.
With Eden Hazard now finally finding his form of last season, and joined in midfield by Juan Mata and Oscar, there is a wealth of creative talent in the centre of the pitch which should have a little too much for Liverpool.
It should be a cracker of game, to cap a fine weekend in the Premiership, and the 4/1 on the Chelsea home win simply cannot be ignored.