Chelsea v Liverpool Odds : 4/1 on Chelsea victory attracting all the attention

We’re set for a cracker with the latest Chelsea v Liverpool odds available from Betfred, who announce they are offering an ‘Enhanced’ price of 4/1 on the Chelsea home win.

The game is the centrepiece of the weekend Premiership coupon, as the popular brand based in Salford announced this morning that they are enhancing the price on the Chelsea home win from 6/5 to a massive 4/1.

Its certainly a price not to missed, as the firm report that the 4/1 offer has already seen plenty of attention from customers and punters.



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!

Click here for £25 Football Bet & 4/1 Chelsea Offer with Betfred!

With both sides in good form coming into the game we’re definitely set for an exhilarating afternoon of Premiership football on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho’s side have made steady progress in the Premier League so far this term, currently lying a few points off the summit and could be many people’s dark horses for the League title this year.

The Blues racked up another home win with a 1-0 home win against Swansea midweek.

At home they have a formidable record, winning eight of their nine games and drawing the other – which does not bode well for the arrival of Brendan Roger’s side.

It seems only a matter of time for Mourinho to find the right combination of strikers going forward, and with Juan Mata, Oscar, Ramires and Eden Hazard all looking in formidable form, there’s plenty for Chelsea fans to be excited about.

Liverpool themselves are playing some attractive football, and in Luis Suarez they have one of the stars of world football.

Disappointing for Reds fans however was their 2-1 away defeat at the hands of Manchester City, and Liverpool do have a tendency to come unstuck away from Anfield, having already lost to Hull City amongst others this season.

John Terry will make his 600th Chelsea appearance, there would be no surprises if he mark the occasion with a Chelsea win.

Fernando Torres could come in for Samuel Etoo up front, while Ramires is suspended after picking up another yellow card against Swansea.

It should however be an exciting matchup between two sides who have squads full of quality, and there’s no doubt the match at Stamford Bridge is the jewel in this Premiership weekend crown.

As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).