Chelsea v Liverpool Tips & Betting Preview

Cast your minds back Liverpool travelled unbeaten, in September to Chelsea, to face a Blues side using a manager much implementing his thoughts.
Not much has changed.
That match ended all-square after the late screamer of Daniel Sturridge kept his side’s unbeaten run whole –even though Chelsea having the opportunities during the match–and this is shaping up to become another affair.
Both sides suffered bad Champions League beats through the week – following Ross Barkley’s penalty miss Chelsea at home to Valencia, along with Liverpool awakened a screen at Napoli for the 2nd consecutive season.
Obviously Liverpool in the Premier League have a 100% record heading to this one, while Chelsea–that have the second-worst defence in the league along with the third-best assault –have been a modest up-and-down, though I don’t feel this will be evident throughout the course of this game.
Liverpool have won only one of the last seven matches from Chelsea (the UEFA Super Cup is firmly down since a draw), and now I believe that is where they drop their first points of the season, so I’m backing a Chelsea/draw double opportunity.
The Blues are unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League home matches, and even though there are objects packed to both sides, below three goals have been scored in the previous six Premier League meetings between the 2 sides.
Liverpool’s last few trips to Stamford Bridge haven’t surrendered victories, and after a few iffy performances from Andy Robertson and Virgil van Dijk at the back, this could just be a chance for Chelsea to grab another positive result — particularly if Mason Mount remains healthy along with Tammy Abraham continues his exceptional shape. ??
Objectives have frequently characterised this fixture.
A goal was scored within 35 minutes in the previous eight encounters between Liverpool and Chelsea .
The information indicates it’s well worth backing an early strike, therefore my next tip is to get a purpose to be scored before the moment — only for a little added value though these are not goal-fests.

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