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Chelsea make the trip to Anfield after a 1-1 draw with Maribor in midweek. While Jose Mourinho fielded a near full-strength side in Slovenia, the Tipster doesn’t expect there to be any lasting effects. Chelsea are unbeaten in their last four games against Liverpool. Mourinho’s men were memorably 2-0 winners at Anfield last season, too. The Tipster is offering *new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 6/1 (currently 5/4) on Chelsea to beat Liverpool.
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Diego Costa should start against the Reds despite his 45-minute cameo against Maribor. The Spain international has made a brilliant start to life in the Premier League, scoring eight goals in nine appearances. Costa has scored three goals away from Stamford Bridge, too. Costa to score any time is 11/10.
Where Liverpool are involved, there are usually goals. But this season, Chelsea have been rather prolific, too. The Blues have scored two goals or more in nine of their last 11 league games and in two of their last three clashes against Liverpool. So, the Tipster reckons over 2.5 goals is a no brainer at 5/6.
There haven’t been many Liverpool players performing for Brendan Rodgers this season. But Brazil international Philippe Coutinho has impressed in recent weeks. The 22-year-old scooped the club’s player of the month award for October after a goal and an assist. If Liverpool are to score past Thibaut Courtois, the Tipster reckons it will be Coutinho at 4/1.
It is difficult to see past Chelsea, who have nine of their last Premier League games. Liverpool may be fresher, forcing the Blues to dig deep. The Tipster doesn’t expect Chelsea to canter to victory like Real Madrid did at Anfield last month, but he reckons the Blues to win 2-1 at 8/1 is well-worth a bob or two.
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