Bet9ja Preview: Atletico Madrid – Chelsea: Back the game to end in a stalemate

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Antonio Conte’s men have been superb in their recent fixtures but will be put to the test against Diego Simeone’s charges

Chelsea travel to the Spanish capital on Wednesday night to take on Atletico Madrid at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano in their Uefa Champions League Group C encounter.

Los Rojiblancos comfortably saw off Sevilla at the weekend to stay six points behind Barcelona in the La Liga standings. They drew in their group opener away to Roma and have been quoted to win on their turf at odds of (2.15) with Bet9ja.

The Blues demolished Stoke City at the Bet365 stadium which was one of the highlights of the past Premier league weekend. The English champions trashed Qarabag 6-0 previously but have been tagged underdogs by the same firm at odds of (3.75).

De Rossi GriezmannRoma Atletico Madrid Champions League

The last two meetings between both sides in the Spanish capital has ended in stalemates and a repeat in this one stands at (3.20).

Atletico Madrid have won 18 of their 23 Champions League home games under Diego Simeone’s watch. This gives an indication of how formidable they are in front of their supporters and look poised to avoid defeat again at odds of (1.25).

Alvaro Morata Chelsea

The pendulum could however swing in favour of their visitors who have been unbeaten in their last nine trips to Spain. A win or draw for them is quoted at (1.67).

Considering how defensively solid Los Rojiblancos are known to be, punters shouldn’t expect lots of goals in this outing and Bet9ja offers odds of no more than three goals at odds of (1.13).

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