Chelsea are 2.5 shots with bet365 and Paddy Power to beat Everton at Goodison Park in what promises to be a really tough encounter.
The stats are certainly not good as far as the Blues are concerned as Everton have lost just one of their last eight Premier League games against them (W3 D4 L1).
David Moyes’ side are also one of only two teams with an unbeaten home record in the top flight this season – along with Stoke – and no team has lost fewer league games than them this season.
However it’s not all doom and gloom as far as Chelsea are concerned as Rafa Benitez has won five and drawn one of his last six league meetings with the Toffees.
It really is a tough game to call, and the one bet that really stands out is for both teams to score at 1.67 with bet365 and Betfred as Everton have scored in each of their last 16 Premier League games and also conceded in each of their last 14.
Over 2.5 goals also looks worth a wager at 1.91 with Boylesports.
Juan Mata has now scored or assisted 14 goals in 16 appearances in the top flight this season and looks decent value at 8.5 with bet365 to net the opener.
He can also be backed at a tasty looking 3.2 with Paddy Power to net anytime.
I am going to take Chelsea to edge it 2-1, and that outcome is priced up at 9.5 with Betfred.