Latest Chelsea v Man Utd odds, with Coral offering an enhanced price of 5/2 for both teams to score in Sunday’s game of the weekend (KO 16:00 SUN).
The well known UK brand announced this morning that they are enhancing the price from a miserly 5/6 to a mouth watering 5/2, which already seen plenty of support from customers and punters, the firm reported today.
Interestingly, both sides have no problem scoring, with United finding the net in their last seven away trips, while Chelsea have scored at least once in every home game.
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Its certainly set to be a classic encounter at Stamford Bridge, as these games usually are, with plenty to play for.
Chelsea have already been busy in the January transfer window bringing in 25yr old Nemanja Matic from Benfica on a five year deal, as Mourinho looks to add some fight in midfield.
The Blues are still very much in the Premiership title race, winning games in a low key fashion but there is little doubt Mourinho’s side will have a major say as to where the title ends up this season.
Four straight wins, including a home win over Liverpool will have instilled confidence coming into the game, and of course it is a well known fact that Mourinho has never lost a Premiership game at Stamford Bridge while manager of Chelsea.
Manchester United managed to put the brakes on a crisis with a much need win over Swansea at Old Trafford last week, but it is still clear that the squad needs strengthening during January as the side looks to push for a Champions League qualification place.
United have actually won five of their last six in the Premiership, which includes three away wins at Norwich, Hull and Aston Villa, but Chelsea will be on another level entirely on Sunday.
The return to form of Daniel Sturridge is a welcome boost to the Red Devils, with six in his last six Premiership appearances, however its interesting to note that David Moyes has never won an away game against the ‘Big Four’ in the Premier League.
The 4/1 available on the away win speaks volumes of the perceived chance that people give United, and its difficult to see the Red Devils leaving London with all three points in this one.
The match kicks off at 16:00 Sunday and is live on Sky Sports 1.