Chelsea vs Shrewsbury live streaming : 2/1 on Blues Capital One Cup tie

Its Chelsea v Shrewsbury, Fulham v Derby, Bournemouth West Brom live stream from the Capital One Cup this evening, with the latest betting odds and match preview from Greenhous Meadow.

Chelsea won’t have too much time to dwell on the disappointment of conceding a late goal to Manchester United as they switch their thoughts to an away game with Shrewsbury Town in the capital one cup.

The Premier league leaders appeared on course for yet another win until Robin Van Persie scores in the dying seconds of injury time to rescue a point for Manchester United.

Get Chelsea at 2/1 to beat Shrewsbury tonight? (was 1/4) – EXCLUSIVE!

watch chelsea v shrewsbury l live streamingThe result saw their lead at the top reduced to four points but they will get a swift chance to bounce back against the lowest ranked side left in the competition.

Chelsea have enjoyed a favourable run in the competition so far. In the last round they faced an out of sorts Bolton and this time they are pitted against league two opponents.

While Jose Mourinho has bigger fish to fry this season the league and UCL a priority, the Portuguese manager will no doubt hope his fringe players can lead the club to the latter stages of the competition and keep the momentum going.

Those fringe players are likely to include world cup winner Andre Schurrle, promising defender Kurt Zouma, former Basle winger Mo Salah, left back Nathan Ake and experienced goal keeper Petr Cech.

Didier Drogba could also be involved with Diego Costa unlikely to be risked and Loic Remy injured. The Ivory Coast with 2 goals in his last two games has shown that he has plenty to offer at this level and while a third game in a week might be tough for the veteran the return of Costa should mean a rest is coming his way.

While on paper Shrewsbury would appear to be cannon fodder, they have more than enough to make life difficult for their wealthy rivals. The club have won 9 out of their 10 home games this season in all competitions and have already knocked out Leicester and Norwich in this year’s competition.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.