Bet365 Preview: Manchester City – Chelsea: Expect both sides to score

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The Blues are in superb form and will hope to get the better of the Citizens on Saturday afternoon

Stamford Bridge will be the venue of the highly anticipated Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester City.

Antonio Conte’s men are in top form coming into this game having beaten Stoke City 4-0 at the Bet365 Stadium before securing an impressive 2-1 win away to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League in midweek. Bet365 quotes them to win at odds of (2.70).

Cesar Azpilicueta Chelsea

Pep Guardiola’s side are equally in good form having beaten Crystal Palace 5-0 before seeing off Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0. These victories were at home and they’ll need to be at their best in this trip to West London and are also (2.70) for victory.

A draw is available at odds of (3.50) with the same firm.

Chelsea have lost only one of their last seven Premier League games against Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. What’s more is that Guardiola has never beaten the Blues in his managerial career. The 2015 league champions are (1.48) to avoid defeat.

The Citizens have scored 21 goals in their six Premier League games this season while the Blues have scored 12. Punters can expect to see lots of goal action in West London with odds of (1.70) on offer for more than three goals and (1.57) for both sides to find the back of the net.

Manchester City celebrate

Alvaro Morata has been in red-hot form for Chelsea, scoring six goals already. He’ll be tasked with delivering the goods once again and is (5.50) to net first and (2.25) anytime.

Sergio Aguero has also scored six goals for City but won’t be available for this tie as he is out with a fractured rib. Gabriel Jesus who has four goals to his name will lead the frontline. Bet365 tips the Brazilian to score anytime at (2.40).

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