EPL betting notes: Chelsea vs. Tottenham

Chelsea and Tottenham will battle at Stamford Bridge in what could prove to be the most important game of the season for either club.

Both are looking to move closer to cementing an incredibly valuable Champions League spot. A win by Chelsea will essentially leave Tottenham to fight North London rival Arsenal for the fourth and final Champions League position.

Chelsea (3rd, 68) vs. Tottenham (5th, 65) -110, +275, +333

Previous meeting: Tottenham 2, Chelsea 4, October 20


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Tottenham is coming off a big win over Southampton and will look to keep momentum rolling at Stamford Bridge Wednesday. Spurs could be without influential midfielder Mousa Dembele and winger Aaron Lennon, however.

* Chelsea has been in good form recently, collecting 10 points in its last four matches in the Premier League.

* Tottenham Hotspur is unbeaten in 17 of its last 19 matches in the Premier League.

* Chelsea has won its last six home matches in the Premier League.

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Posted by UKCrunch
11 months ago

This will be a very different game from the one we saw at the Lane. Expect Spurs to park the bus and play on the break. If Dembele and Lennon are missing from tonight's line-up, their ability to play on the break will be hugely restricted (Dembele is the play-maker and Lennon is the pace). So, I'd say look at an UNDER play on the goals scored market. Under 2.5 and 3 goals @ -108 & Tottenham Under 1 team goal @ -102.
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Posted by UKCrunch
11 months ago

"This will be a very different game from the one we saw at the Lane. Expect Spurs to park the bus and play on the break. If Dembele and Lennon are missing from tonight's line-up, their ability to play on the break will be hugely restricted (Dembele is..."