Newcastle vs Chelsea London (Premier League, 06.12.2014)

An injury hit Newcastle side will try to withstand Premier Leagues leaders’ attacks as Chelsea are expected at St. James’ Park. Chelsea proved to the naysayers last night that they indeed can play without an always tired, but efficient Diego Costa, and won with 3-0 against Tottenham, while Newcastle managed to come from behind a goal to get a draw against Burnley.

Tottenham had no chance against Chelsea who dominated most of the match, and while parking the bus they managed to be clinical in finishing their chances to score. Hazard, Drogba and Remy put into goals the superiority over a Spurs side that just looked hopeless overall. Jose Mourinho is satisfied with the way his team is performing, does not have to worry too much about the direct competitors and revealed that Cahill nearly avoided a serious injury upon being substituted after a clash with Vertonghen.
Newcastle are trying to get their campaign back on track, but their fixtures calendar does not allow for much room to work around injuries. Papiss Cisse is still experiencing pain after his knee-cap injury, but vowed to play against Chelsea. The good news is that Coloccini will return alongside with Sissoko and Colback, both after serving suspensions. Steven Taylor is confident in his team’s abilities to provide a good game, especially if Remy Cabella will get to feature from the start. Newcastle won twice in their last three head to head games, and will look to extend their unbeaten run since August when playing at home.

Ladbrokes gives Chelsea 1.53 odds to win
, Newcastle got 6.50 and a draw has 4.00 odds. Both teams to score has 2.05 odds, a goal band of more than four goals 3.10, Chelsea to lead after 60 minutes 1.75, Newcastle 5.75 and we’re betting 8 units on Chelsea to score in both halves with 2.37 odds form Ladbrokes.

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