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Exchange Corner: Back Chelsea to turn on the style at the Bridge

| 01.05.2015

The Premier League title seems to be heading to Stamford Bridge and into the arms of John Terry after five long years.

However, there’s more than enough excitement left as the race for Europe and the relegation battle intensifies.

Who will do enough and who will fall just short?


After their emphatic comeback against Leicester City, Chelsea are a victory away from winning the Premier League title. Chelsea (1.36) have lost just one of their last 14 league matches against Crystal Palace (W9 D4 L1).

However, in Alan Pardew, Palace (11.1have a manager who seems to have the beating of Chelsea in recent encounters having won four of his last six in the league. Can he do it again and spoil the Chelsea celebration?

ProfWe can’t see anything but Chelsea lifting the trophy this weekend and we think it will be in an emphatic style in front their home crowd. There’s value in Backing over 3.5 goals at 2.92 or Laying under 2.5 at 2.3 


After a brief scare, Man City (2.08) have bounced back and almost secured Champions League qualification.

Having failed to live up to expectations this year, Manuel Pellegrini will look to get his side to finish on a positive to keep his slim chances of staying in the job alive.

Expect goals, as Pellegrini has seen his side score 15 goals in their last three league games against Tottenham (3.75) scoring at least four in each match. Tottenham will look towards their dangerous hitman Harry Kane to add to his 20 league goals and fire his side into the Europa league.

ProfTaking into account their recent head-to-head history and the number of goals Tottenham have conceded this year we expect to see goals. Lay under 2.5 goals at 2.74


With four games left and only one point separating 18th placed Sunderland (who have a game in hand) and Leicester, the race for survival is heating up.

Our excellent Premier League: Relegation place market shows the market on the Exchange is leaning towards QPR (1.04) , Burnley (1.06) and Sunderland (1.46) to be relegated.

ProfHull are currently 4 points clear from relegation but have a difficult fixture list against Arsenal, Tottenham and Man United so there’s value in backing them for relegation at 12.0

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.




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