Bet365 Preview: Qarabag vs Chelsea: Back Alvaro Morata to score anytime

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The 25-year-old has been in blistering form since he joined the Stamford Bridge giants and will be looking to shine on Wednesday night once again

Qarabag lock horns with Chelsea at the Baku National Stadium for their Group C Uefa Champions League clash on Wednesday night.

Gurban Gurbanov’s men have a slim chance of booking a place in the next round of the competition despite their back-to back draw with Atletico Madrid which sees them rooted to the bottom of the group with just two points.

Gurban Gurbanov Qarabag

They have failed to win any of their previous five games in Europe and will have to upset the odds of (11.00) with Bet365 for a change of fortunes.

A chance for both teams cancelling each other out is available at the odds of (5.50).

For the Blues, a win will see them to the round of 16. Antonio Conte will therefore likely retain the chunk of the players that demolished West Bromwich Albion 4-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Also, the reverse fixture of this game ended 6-0 in favour of the Stamford Bridge giants and though they suffered a 3-0 loss to Roma in their last outing, they will aim to make a statement here and the bookies are offering (1.33) for them to cruise to victory.


The English champions have won either half in six of their last seven outings, scoring 15 goals in the process. (1.18) is on offer for a repeat of this and odds of (1.72) are available for more than three goals to surface in the tie.

Eden Hazard scored a brace for Chelsea against the Baggies and he is priced at (2.00) to net anytime in the encounter.

Alvaro Morata has notched nine goals this season after his move from Real Madrid in the summer and Bet365 is backing him to score anytime at an offer of (1.66).

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