Chelsea Vs. Tottenham Premier League Prediction for 3rd December 2014
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The rest of the English top teams are still waiting for Chelsea to lose their first game of the season. After a draw at Sunderland on the weekend, Jose Mourinho’s men are without any defeat this season. Tottenham have been better in away than home games this season, but is this enough to be the ones who can bring Stamford Bridge to ruin? Chelsea are 1/3 favourites for the win, with the draw at 4/1 and Spurs at 13/2 to take the victory.
Blues striker Diego Costa was in a bad mood on the weekend, and he picked up a yellow card in their draw at Sunderland, meaning that he will miss this one. All of Chelsea’s dropped points this season, coming in three drawn matches. Chelsea have won 28 and lost just one of their last 34 Premier League matches on home, so that, combined with their unbeaten form and scoring habits at Stamford Bridge this season probably means that they will take the win.
Without Costa, destiny is in the hands of Loic Remy and Blues legend Didier Drogba as the 10/11 shots in the anytime goal scorer market for Chelsea. The Blues have a perfect W6 D0 L0 record at Stamford Bridge in the league this season and they have scored 15 goals. Blues are unbeaten in their last nine matches against the Lilywhites in all competitions.
It has been hard to predict what Spurs are going to come up with this season. They have been pretty patch in the Premier League, but most of their downfalls have happened at White Hart Lane. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have only lost one away game this term, which was a heavy loss at Manchester City. In total, Tottenham have put up a W3 D2 L1 record on their visits this season. Tottenham having averaged just the 1.3 goals per game this season, which pales to Chelsea’s average of 2.3 goals per game. Because of Tottenham’s shaky defence this season, it has contributed to a high percentage of their games going over 2.5 goals, so tipsters from soccer tips
advise you to use such total goal prediction.
Four of the last five meetings between the two clubs have gone over 2.5 goals, so you can back Chelsea v Tottenham to go over 2.5 goals for 5/6 with online bookmakers. Spurs have won their last two away games in the top flight, beating both Aston Villa and Hull City. They have failure to win in matches against other big ones like Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City this season. Tottenham have lost just one of their last six Premier League away games (W3 D2 L1), but will their away form be good enough to avoid defeat at the Bridge?
The Blues are pretty strong to be favourites to take the win and protect their remarkable home form, so it will be hard to stop them doing that. Spurs don’t look like they can crash the winnable form of Chelsea. The game will probably end with a home victory for Chelsea and over 2.5 goals.