Betting: Chelsea 7/1 to continue title march with Everton win

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The Blues could get closer to winning the Premier League and have been upped most generously for new Paddy Power customers, as have Manchester United

Chelsea remain heavy favourites to carry on their march on the Premier League title with a win against Tottenham, and Paddy Power are offering great increased odds for new customers to back them.

Last available at evens (2.0), Chelsea have been upped to 7/1 (8.0) to see off their hosts. Meanwhile, though Manchester United turned in an increasingly familiar but not wholly unexpected shot-shy performance in the draw against Manchester City, Paddy Power has them at 4/1 (5.0) to continue their Champions League qualification charge by beating Swansea City.

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Chelsea 7/1 (8.0) to beat Everton

With only five games till they are crowned Premier League champions, and Tottenham still breathing down their necks, Antonio Conte will demand for Chelsea, now available at 7/1 (8.0) not to bottle it. The Italian is further boosted in this final run-in to the season by the strength in depth he has.

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After suffering a most unlikely-looking goal drought of late, Diego Costa burst back into life with his individual heroics in their 4-2 victory over Southampton earlier this week. The Spain international has been directly involved in six goals - four strikes of his own and two assists - in his last four outings against Everton, and he looks well placed to keep up that timely return to form at Goodison Park.

He is backed up by Eden Hazard, whose imperious form this term has always kept Chelsea on the hunt for silverware. There is depth beyond the default starting XI at Conte’s disposal, though, and the Italian can always turn to his bench as he seeks players to come on and turn the game on its head - Cesc Fabregas is one such suspect, with the playmaker registering four goals and four assists in his last seven outings against the Toffees.

And while Chelsea admittedly do need to improve at the back, they could be handed a respite given Everton star and current Premier League top scorer Romelu Lukaku has failed to net in all five Premier League encounters he has played against his old side, making the difference in mentality and quality more profound as a Chelsea win looks terrific value at 7/1 (8.0) for new Paddy Power customers.

Manchester United 4/1 (5.0) to beat Swansea City

Last at 4/11 (1.36) with Paddy Power, Manchester United have been boosted to 4/1 (5.0) to heap more relegation woes on Swansea City with a routine win at Old Trafford. Though the Red Devils missed the opportunity to overtake Manchester City in fourth place with a win in the derby on Thursday, Old Trafford will urge the side to transform from their subdued shambles to comfortable winners on Sunday at least.

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The Red Devils have won 10 of their last 14 fixtures on home soil against the Swans and are expected to improve on that record against the embattled Welsh outfit, with no end on the horizon to their miseries. Even the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and Juan Mata is not expected to derail United in what will be a crucial warm-up on the eve of their Europa League semi-final versus Celta Vigo.

United could see the glass as half-full after they escaped from the Etihad Stadium with a draw and will be eyeing a similar boost to morale when they do the job against Swansea City. Jose Mourinho’s men should have too much in the tank for their suffering visitors even accounting for any rotation, making odds of 4/1 (5.0) a wise way to back a United win for new Paddy Power customers.

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