Chelsea take on London rivals Spurs at White Hart Lane this weekend, and in what promises to be a tough encounter are 2.6 chances with Boylesports and Paddy Power to emerge victorious.
The League leaders go into the match on a five-game winning run, but face an improving Spurs side who are unbeaten since losing their first game of the season at Newcastle.
The Blues have also not won on their last six league visits to White Hart Lane, but they did register a 5-1 success at the ground in the FA Cup last season.
Roberto Di Matteo’s side will clearly have to be at the top of their game of they are to come away with all three points, but they have already won away at Arsenal this season and go into the game full of confidence having scored 17 times in their last five games in all competitions.
One player clearly on the top of his game and likely to be a major influence in the outcome is Juan Mata.
The Spaniard has scored in the last four games and is priced up at a 10 with Boylesports and Paddy Power to bag the opener.
However he can also be backed at 4 with Paddy Power to score anytime during the 90 minutes, and that looks excellent value given that he is as short as 3.25 elsewhere.
He is the type of player that will cause Kyle Walker all sorts of problems if allowed to drift down the left-hand side, and in his current form is worth sticking with from a punting perspective.
Both teams to score at 1.62 with bet365 also looks a decent bet given that both sides like to play attacking football and in the correct score market I like the look of the 10 on offer with bet365 and Beftred about a 2-1 win for Chelsea.