The Blues are 4/9 with Sky Bet to claim victory over Southampton on Tuesday night, with Antonio Conte restoring Eden Hazard and Diego Costa to the starting line-up.
Hazard is 9/2 (bet365) to open the scoring against a Saints side who are 8/1 (BetVictor) to spring a surprise by winning at Stamford Bridge.
Can Tottenham Hotspur win the Premier League title? Probably not, although they’ll be all out to win at Selhurst Park on Wednesday night. Bet365 offer 4/6 about Spurs landing a maximum haul, with Pochettino’s men looking to bounce back after that cruel FA Cup defeat to Chelsea.
Crystal Palace are sitting pretty in twelfth after Sam Allardyce’s excellent coaching, with William Hill chalking up 4/1 about the Eagles winning this London derby and they will be confident. The draw is a 3/1 poke with Ladbrokes and it might not be one-way traffic for Spurs.
Arsenal still have a chance of landing a top four spot this season, with Stan James going 4/7 about the Gunners beating Leicester City on Wednesday, although the Foxes have looked pretty decent under Craig Shakespeare.
The Midlands side are a 5/1 chance with bet365 to get another three point haul, while Paddy Power have 7/2 that the game ends all square, something which would see the home supporters call for Arsene Wenger’s head.
Finally, there’s a battle of the basement boys at the Riverside Stadium and Middlesbrough are 6/5 (BetVictor) to beat a Sunderland side propping up the Premier League table.
The Black Cats need to win or they’re definitely down and William Hill offers 16/5 that the Wearside team get a maximum haul on the board against a side that lost 4-0 at Bournemouth.
We’ve got a tasty Manchester derby on Thursday, with City odds-on favourites at 10/11 (bet365) to beat United at the Etihad Stadium although that price looks a touch skinny.
We all know that the Red Devils are hard to beat and William Hill offer 10/3 about an away win despite the fact that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo have been sidelined.
Stan James go 14/5 about this clash ending all square, with Jose Mourinho likely to set up his team not to lose against old adversary Pep Guardiola.
Guardiola will rotate his squad after that FA Cup defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, with Gabriel Jesus potentially back for the Citizens and he’s a 5/1 poke (Paddy Power) to score the opener.
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