Nairabet Preview: Stoke City – Chelsea: Expect Goals in Staffordshire

The Blues have looked strong in the start to their title defense and will hope to make it count when they visit the Potters

Reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea, are on the road to Staffordshire as they take on Stoke City at Bet365 Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Potters lost 2-1 away to Newcastle Unite last week and this will be their second game at home against a top gun in the space of two weeks. They held Manchester United to a draw but are fancied to win this one at massive odds of (5.75) with Nairabet.

Just when they were considered favourites, the Blues drew 0-0 with London rivals Arsenal at Stamford Bridge last weekend. It’s not much disappointment for Antonio Conte as his men are just three points away from the top. A win in the pottery town is available at odds of (1.65).

Victor Moses

A draw at the end of 90 minutes is quoted at (4.15) by the same firm. 

Chelsea have defeated Stoke City 13 times in the Premier League. With this in mind, they are (1.35) to win either half.

The men from West London have won seven of their last eight away league games, scoring an average of two goals in six of those victories. Seeing that goal action surface at the Bet365 Stadium is available at (1.25).

Maxim Choupo-Moting, Stoke City

Conte’s charges have committed a league-high 68 fouls in the Premier League after just five games. A physical approach might take shape here and seeing more than four bookings is offered at (1.50).

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting was on target twice when the Potters hosted Manchester United. The Cameroonian international has lit up the Bet365 Stadium since his free transfer from Schalke 04 in the summer and is tipped to score anytime at odds of (4.10) with Nairabet.  

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