The Premier League season may only be 23 rounds old, but the destination of the trophy is looking more and more assured by the day.
As disappointing as it is for neutrals, Chelsea's imperious form means Antonio Conte's side sit an imposing nine points ahead of their nearest challengers coming into this weekend. Having won 15 of their previous 17 league games, plenty of punters will be getting stuck in to the hosts.
They're 10/11 (1.91) to extend that lead to 12 points by seeing off an Arsenal side that lost to Watford in midweek, blowing a vital opportunity to close the gap to their London rivals. The home side have been very popular with punters, especially after their 1-1 draw with Liverpool, which could have been even better had Diego Costa not missed a penalty.
Paddy Power have got a choice of enhanced odds available to anyone opening a new account ahead of Saturday's mouth-watering clash at Stamford Bridge. Anyone wanting to back the home side can take a massive quote of 10/1 (11.0) instead of Evens (2.0) by using the link below.
That implies a 9.09 per cent chance of Conte's men winning, when in reality the current odds say it's around 50%. To take up this price simply register using the link provided, back Chelsea at the current odds shown on site and if they win, the returns will be topped up to the value of 10/1 (11.0). Winnings paid in free bets. T&C's apply.
Arsenal's lack of consistency has undoubtedly cost them a loftier league position. Having won four of their previous six in this competition, dropping points against the likes of Bournemouth and, most recently, Watford, will have been a frustrating experience for Arsene Wenger.
Having said that, the Gunners have already seen off Chelsea this season, blitzing them 3-0 at the Emirates, and Paddy Power go 3/1 (4.0) that they complete the double over the title favourites.
While that price might not appeal given their blips in form, the chance to back the visitors at 18/1 (19.0) will surely catch the eye of those who want to try and kick start their account balance with a huge winner.
Wenger's men haven't failed to score on the road in the league since a bore draw with Leicester back in August and certainly have the weapons to test the back three that has seen Chelsea make such a meteoric rise to the summit.
Whoever you're backing, these offers mean there is the chance to cheer on a massive priced selection at either 10/1 (11.0) or 18/1 (19.0) in the early Premier League game, a fantastic start to the weekend.