Betting Preview: Promising goal action at both ends of the pitch in Nice to make bettors rich

This encounter should see action at both ends knowing well that both teams boast of endowed attacking players up front

Chelsea make it a date with Inter Milan for their first clash in this summer’s International Champions Cup on Friday at the Allianz Riviera.

Maurizio Sarri’s charges got their pre-season underway last week with a 1-0 victory over Perth Glory. The Blues will be expected to build on that confidence ahead of their subsequent build-up matches against Arsenal and Olympique Lyonnais.

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The Italian club recorded a 2-1 victory over the Stamford Bridge giants in their last meeting in this contest, but Sarri’s men are offered  at odds of (2.60) to grab the victory here with Bet365.

With this being the Nerazzurri’s fifth fixture of the summer, they’ve so far defeated Lugano 3-0, lost to 2-0 to Sion, which was followed by draws with Zenit St Petersburg and Sheffield United, 3-3 and 1-1 respectively. Thus, the bookies price them at (2.50) as slight favourites in this encounter.

A no winner, no vanquished state at the end of 90 minutes of intense action is chalked up at a juicy (3.50) with the same betting firm.

One of the three duels between both sides has seen them score each other. Taking into account, therefore, that these sides boast of talented attacking qualities should make the repeat of a similar result possible here in Nice.

Punters should bank on an outcome that sees the two squads find each other’s net. Bet365 quotes odds of (1.61) for YES in this showdown.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly

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