After competing in the World Club Cup and Capital One Cup Chelsea finally return to the Premier League this Sunday as they host Aston Villa.
Chelsea are a best price 4/11 with Stan James, If you fancy Villa to cause the upset you can get odds as high as 9/1 with Betfred and you can back the draw at 9/2 with Sky Bet.
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Ð¢Ñ‹ ÑƒÐ²Ð¾Ð»ÐµÐ½. That means ‘Your Fired’ in Russian and Roman Abramovich F**king loves to say it, Next up will be the fat Spanish waiter Rafa Benitez if he doesn’t manage to win the Champions League, Premier League and African Cup of Nations in the next six months!
Rafa has had a tough time winning over the Chelsea fans and another home win should help him edge closer to that, and Chelsea are huge favorites for a reason, they are coming off the back of a 5-1 thrashing of lower-league Leeds United and Torres has even found his shooting boots (for now) and you can get odds of 4/1 with Bet Victor to score first.
Aston Villa on the other hand have just beaten Rafa’s old side Liverpool 3-1 in their own back yard and should be buzzing with confidence, considering this and the unsettled nature of the Chelsea set up, 9/1 seem very, very tempting odds. Chelsea have much more talent in their squad however so I won’t be tipping Villa to win this one, though at the same time I certainly wouldn’t blame anyone for taking a punt on them.
As usual I will be advising a punt on goals, goals and more goals. I don’t know whether attacking football has improved in the premier league or defenses have crumbled but it is becoming near impossible to predict that a team will keep a clean sheet, and it seems that that’s where the money lies this year.
Betenke to score anytime (7/2 with Sky Bet)
Hazard to score/Chelsea to win (13/8 with Sky Bet) – click this link and get a no depositfree £10 bet from Sky Bet
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