Chelsea London vs Aston Villa (Premier League, 27.09.2014)

The Premier League leaders meet the third placed team, as Chelsea London look forward to extend their lead with a win against Aston Villa. If Chelsea win at Stamford Bridge, they would extend their lead, while a defeat for Villa would mean a second defeat in a row.

Chelsea comes from a not so good week, after 1-1 against Schalke 04 in Champions League; they were unable to win against Manchester City. It ended 1-1 again, and the equalizer was scored by Lampard, who later refused to celebrate the goal. The Blues will most likely be pumped to win and prove every team has a bad week. They have no injury concerns with only Ramires out with a groin injury. Oscar is tipped to make it back into the squad after scoring a goal in the Capital One Cup, but then your bet could also be on Fabregas.

The Spaniard has already six goal assists, and if you bet on him to score anytime, Unibet gives you 3.00 odds to do so. Their main goalscorer Diego Costa has 1.64 odds to score, and 2.12 not to. At home Chelsea plays better, which allows them to combine styles of play: putting pressure on their opponent, “park the proverbial bus” and still manage to score more than a goal.
Aston Villa had a good start in Premier League, up until they lost with 3-0 against Arsenal. The team’s record of having the best defense was no more as they managed to concede three goals in just 10 minutes. As if the defeat was not bad enough, the team was hit by an epidemic of illness, which saw Delph, Baker, Weimann and Westwood being hit with it. Should they be fit to play, Chelsea will find a good opposition in Delph who last season sported a passing accuracy of 87,9%.

If you want to bet on an outright Chelsea London win, Unibet offers you 1.21 odds, Aston Villa 15.00 and a draw got 6.75 odds. Both teams to score got 2.28 odds; Ivanovic and Fabregas to get booked at 4.75, John Terry at 6.50. Over 2.5 goals can be backed up at 1.58 odds, and provided Chelsea can get back into their previous form, we’re betting 7 units on home team to score over 3.5 goals at 3.70 with Unibet.

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