Chelsea-vs-Everton-11-february-2015-prediction

Chelsea London are now at the top of the Premier League table, seven points behind and the fate of the title race will rely solely on their shoulders. This Wednesday, Chelsea host Everton on Stamford Bridge in an attempt to keep the lead at the top as well as put an end to the speculations about their inability to score without Diego Costa.

Filipe Luis is still absent, while Jose Mourinho has given signs Fabregas might be fit to play against Everton. Diego Costa is serving the last match of the three he was suspended for, which will most likely see Remy up front to offer the hosts extra offensive power. In the latest win against Aston Villa, it was Ivanovic who rescued the team on the 66th minute after the Blues where unable to keep the lead Hazard gave in the first 10 minutes. At Stamford Bridge Chelsea is looking mighty confident despite falling to an embarrassing 2-4 defeat against Bradford City in League Cup.
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In Premier League, Everton is unable to win at Stamford Bridge in 20 years, and with Baines, Naismith, McGeady and Besic all set to undergo fitness tests to see if they are able to make the trip, Everton might find themselves in a difficult position to score. The Toffees are on the 12th place in Premier League and with Tim Howard still sidelined with injury it is very unlikely they will be able to get more than a draw, like they did in the match against Liverpool. The visitors managed to keep a clean sheet in their last three clashes in Premier League, but Stamford Bridge might just put an end to that.

Everyone remembers the 6-3 Chelsea win from last season and Titan Bet gives 176.00 odds for a repeat of the aforementioned score. A Chelsea win has 1.33 odds, Everton 9.50 and a draw has 5.25 odds. Over 2.5 goals has 1.75 odds, Remy and Drogba both have 1.93 odds to score, Mirallas and Naismith both have 5.50 in the same market. Goals to be scored in both halves has 1.60 odds, an odd number of corners has 1.85 odds and we’re betting 7 units on both teams to score in the second half with 3.50 odds from Titan Bet.

Chelsea London: Team’s Formation

13
Courtois
28
Azpilicueta
26
J. Terry
24
G. Cahill
2
Ivanović
21
Matić
7
Ramires
10
Hazard
8
Oscar
22
Willian
18
Rémy

Everton: Team’s Formation

1
Robles
23
Coleman
26
Stones
6
Jagielka
3
Baines
18
G. Barry
17
Bešić
25
Lennon
20
Barkley
11
Mirallas
10
Lukaku

End prediction for the match:
Both teams to score in the second half

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