Chelsea v Liverpool Odds : Punters pile into the 4/1 enhanced price on Chelsea home win
We’re all set for a classic this Sunday as with the Betfred announcing the latest Chelsea v Liverpool odds, as the firm reports that it is offering an ‘Enhanced’ price of 4/1 for the Chelsea home win.
Its proving to be very popular with customers, the well known Salford based brand reported this morning, with the price being enhanced to 4/1 from 6/5, and with Chelsea winning eight of their line home games and drawing the other, there’s plenty of value to be had.
CHELSEA v LIVERPOOL – ENHANCED ODDS OFFER
Latest Odds: Chelsea 4/1, draw 5/2, Liverpool 13/5
Betfred have announced they are offering free bets worth £25 to customers to spend on any football fixture this weekend, plus they’ll offer Chelsea at a price of 4/1 (normal price 6/5) for all new customers!
Liverpool will bid to bounce back from their Boxing Day defeat to Manchester City when they travel to take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Leaders on Christmas Day, the Reds slipped to fourth in the table following the narrow 2-1 loss at the Etihad and they will hope not to lose any more ground on the chasing pack against third place Chelsea.
Just like City, Chelsea boast a formidable home record dropping just two points in their 9 homes games this season, their most recent success coming in the narrow 1-0 win over Swansea.
Both teams will be without key men for the game with Chelsea heading into the clash without the suspended Ramires. The Brazilian picked up his fifth yellow card of the season against Swansea and misses out with veteran midfielder Frank Lampard the most likely replacement.
Cesar Azpilicueta and Gary Cahill are set to return with Ashley Cole and David Luiz making way while Fernando Torres is set to face his former club.
Liverpool meanwhile will once again be without Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge, Jose Enrique and Sebastian Coates.
Jon Flanagan is also out with the hamstring injury sustained against Cardiff forcing him to miss a second game. Aly Cissokho is set to once again deputise.
Mamadou Sakho could be replaced despite some recent strong performances with Daniel Agger poised to return while Victor Moses is unavailable as part of the terms of his loan deal.
All eyes will no doubt be on Luis Suarez given the events that occurred when the two sides last met.
While his form since his return from suspension has been amazing with 19 goals in 13 games the Uruguay forward, has failed to score in clashes against the top sides with the defences of Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City all keeping him quiet.
The 26 year old will be keen to show that he can find the net against the big guns and if he is on fire than Liverpool could be in with a shout.