Hull v Chelsea Odds : Enhanced 8/1 on away win whips punters into frenzy at KC Stadium
Latest Hull v Chelsea odds, with Paddy Power including Chelsea in their enhanced 8/1 treble for the weekend, which includes Man City & Liverpool.
The popular Dublin based firm reported this afternoon that it is offering 8/1 for Chelsea to beat Hull, Man City to beat Newcastle & Liverpool to win at Stoke, which is normally priced up at 3/1 by the firms traders.
It all makes for an interesting weekend in the Premiership, with the amiable firm already reporting that the treble is attracting plenty of support from customers.
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Irish firm increase price from 3/1 to 8/1
Paddy Power have announced they are offering 8/1 on the treble of Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City all to win this weekend (was 3/10) for all new customers.
The Blues will bid to go top, for 24 hours anyway, when they travel up North for a tricky test against Hull City.
Jose Mourinho’s side have made a strong start to 2014, following up an impressive 3-0 win over Southampton by easing into the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over an in-form Derby side.
The club have yet to concede a goal this year and have registered four different goal scorers in their two games to date, as they sit third in the table courtesy of a run of 13 points from their last 15 and are unbeaten in their last 5 games.
With veteran John Terry enjoying a return to form in defence and attackers Eden Hazard, Oscar and Willian all putting in impressive performances in recent weeks the Blues appear to hitting form at the right time.
Their title credentials will put to the test however against a Hull side that has been very strong at home this season. The Tigers won 6-0 on their last outing at the KC Stadium against Fulham and in 10 home games this season have picked up 18 points, 78% of their total for the season.
Crystal Palace and Manchester United are the only teams to come away from the KC with all three points and with just six goals conceded at home Bruce’s side will make life difficult for the Londoners.
“You look at our recent home game against Manchester United,” defender Curtis Davies told the club’s official website.
“The way we started that game and really went for it is the same attitude we should show against Chelsea.
“But if we’re able to get a goal or two, hopefully we’ll be able to hold onto it for a bit longer than we did against Manchester United.
“I always look forward to these games.”
The club should be boosted by the return of Robbie Brady after a groin injury however Sone Aluko, Paul McShane and Matty Fryatt are all out.
Chelsea, who has not lost any of their last 9 games against Hull, will be without Branislav Ivanovic, Frank Lampard, Ryan Bertrand and long term absentee Marco Van Ginkel.