Football Predictions, Tottenham-Chelsea: 1X+Under 2.5 to 2.35
Spurs have never scored against London rivals in three league games at the new stadium: 0-6 aggregate
A shaky Tottenham and Chelsea in a black crisis: With these premises we go into the London Challenge on Sunday (2.30 p.m.) for the 25th matchday of the Premier League. An indispensable appointment for both: the Spurs are fighting hard to qualify for the next Champions League, the Blues have to find a way to get back on their feet.
Tottenham vs Chelsea Prediction
After losing to Milan in the Champions League (and previously away to Leicester), Tottenham restarted the league with a 2-0 win over West Ham with goals from Emerson Royal and Son. Spurs are picking up steam at home: Even after beating Manchester City 1-0 on February 5, they have won their last two home games without conceding a goal. On the other side is a Chelsea that is doing badly everywhere: Potter’s team has never won in the last four league games and lost the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 against Borussia Dortmund. In this situation of uncertainty for both and a strong need for points, considering that there have not been two teams producing that much lately, we can think of a U2.5 game. Maybe combined with 1X to get interesting odds: 2.35 for Better and GoldBet, 2.15 for Sisal.
All major bookmakers have Tottenham as favourites, although the gap between the 1 and 2 mark is small. Spurs’ win is actually quoted as 2.55 by Sisal, Betfair and Bet365, while Chelsea’s win is quoted as 2 .90 for Bet365 and Novibet, 2.88 for NetBet. The odds for the tie are higher, a result that occurred in the first leg at Stamford Bridge (2-2): 3.31 for NetBet, 3.30 for Better and GoldBet. In short, as expected, there is a lot of uncertainty about the outcome of this game. Which according to the bookies can obviously be unlocked by Harry Kane: The Tottenham striker as the game’s first goalscorer is given a 5.00 by Sisal, 4.85 by StarCasinò and 4.75 by Bet35.
Tottenham Chelsea numbers
Tottenham need to reverse an extremely negative trend against Chelsea. In the three Premier League games against the Blues at the new stadium, the record is 0-6: three defeats and no goal scored. Overall, Chelsea are unbeaten in their last eight league games against Spurs with six wins and two draws. Looking at the cups too, Tottenham have only won once in their last 12 games against the Blues, and on penalties at that, in the Carabao Cup in September 2020.
February 24 – 11:56
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