Genk v Chelsea – Blues looking to bounce back

On Tuesday night Chelsea travel to Belgium to take on Genk in the Champions League.
Didier Drogba is unavailable because of injury, he has had six screws removed from his elbow and John Mikel Obi has stayed in London.
In the home match two weeks a Chelsea comfortably won 5-0 when Frank Lampard scored a hat-trick, for this game Lamps and John Terry could be rested and the trio of Florent Malouda, Nicolas Anelka and Oriol Romeu could all start.
Andre Villas-Boas will be please to have a break from the Premier League after Saturday’s disastrous 5-3 home defeat by Arsenal which had followed the 1-0 defeat to local  rivals QPR.
Genk midfielder Kevin De Bruyne who was linked with a move to Stamford Bridge will once again be out to impress the Chelsea hierarchy. The 20-year-old, scored his first professional hat-trick at the weekend when his team beat Club Brugge 5-4.
This tie is likely to see lots of goals, and over 3.5 goals is 13/8.
With the Blues looking shaky at the back it would not come as a shock if they were to concede – The
attractive 13/8 for both teams to score is probably for a few pounds.
Fernando Torres is starting to look his old self, could he manage to score his first Chelsea treble tonight?
If you think so, you can get 20s on it happening.
By Scott Balaam
Twitter @AStamBridge2Far



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