Bet9ja Preview: Chelsea v Hull City: Back the Blues to win to nil

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Times haven't been pleasant for Antonio Conte recently and will hope that this home tie with the Tigers relieves more of the current pressure

Hull City travel to Stamford Bridge in a clash with Chelsea in the FA Cup Fifth Round  on Friday night.

Antonio Conte's side's record of three wins from their last six duels in all competitions with the recent victory coming at home against West Brom in the Premier League should signal to the Championship side that they are in for a tough night.

The Tigers however head into this match against the Blues with a confidence that can cause an upset after navigating tricky encounters against Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forest which brought them to this stage.

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Having hosted the KCOM Stadium giants five times and bagging four wins and a draw, the reigning Premier League Champions are clear favourites at (1.22) with Bet9ja.

With the visitors' unimpressive performance in their away meetings with the seven-time FA Cup winners having just a draw from their last five duels, the same betting firm has tagged them as huge underdogs with odds of (13.25).

A stalemate is quoted at a tasty valued price of (6.50) after the end of 90 minutes.

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The six-time English top flight champions have found the back of the net three times in their last six games with at least three goals in all competitions. Odds of (1.54) support seeing over 2.5 goals at Stamford Bridge.

Only three of their eleven fixtures has seen the two teams score and considering the huge gap in quality between both teams, it’s a NO at (1.62).

Interestingly, punters can back the home team to win the visitors to nil. Bet9ja valued this at (1.80) and has paid out in three of their five home clashes.

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