There’s been no stopping Chelsea in recent weeks and they look a good shout to beat Tottenham on Saturday evening. Expect the Blues’ odds to shrink and William Hill are last bookie standing with their 3/4 quote.
Spurs are a 17/4 chance with BetVictor and Mauricio Pochettino faces the most testing part of his short managerial career, although it should be noted that his side claimed a 1-1 draw at the Emirates. Stan James go 14/5 about this one ending all square.
Even so, Chelsea to win to nil makes lots of appeal, with Sky Bet chalking up 2/1 that the rock-steady Blues defence shut out Harry Kane and Company this weekend.
Back the score draw at 4/1 with Betvictor
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