Chelsea to beat Everton at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea will try to make another step towards the Premiership title as they will try to beat Everton at home in a match from the 27th round of the Premier League. This is a task that is unlikely to be that much difficult for them giving the results achieved by the guests in their last rounds.

Albeit Everton has a game in hand they seriously fall behind the fight for the first four places in the final standings and are already eight points behind Liverpool. Moreover, thanks to their loss to Tottenham with 0-1 in the last match played by the caramels, they were displaced from the fifth place and are now sixth in the standings.

It’s hard to say what exactly went wrong with Everton in the last matches, but according to most of the experts the answer is that this are the capabilities of the players in this squad. That’s why a possible home win in the early Saturday afternoon will not surprise anyone.

Although Chelsea conceded two surprising draws in their last matches, Jose Mourinho managed to show the full width of his team and made it a favorite for the first place.

This can be seen from the bookies odds for the winner of Premier League where Chelsea is placed second to Manchester City with odds of 2.62.

Specifically for the match against Everton bookmakers offer for a Chelsea’s win 1.5 (bet365 and bet-at-home) and 1.53 (William Hill). The draw in the match is estimated at 4 by William Hill and bet365 and 3.9 by bet-at-home. The opportunities Everton to win this game are rated 5.5 by William Hill, 6.6 by bet-at-home and 7 by bet365. It must be noted that bet365 offer the highest odds for Everton’s win from all major bookmakers in the world.

As much as I hate to admit it ( I’m a fan of Arsenal ) Everton have nothing to oppose Chelsea in this match. The main strength of the team, the youngsters Séamus Coleman, Ross Barkley and Kevin Mirallas would hardly have something to surprise the solid Chelsea’s midfield. This is exactly why I am going to bet on a home win with William Hill and odds of 1.53.

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