Chelsea vs Wolves – No value backing Chelsea to win again

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Keeping clean sheets at home have become second nature to Chelsea in the Premier League this season and there is no reason to suggest that things will be any different as Wolves visit Stamford Bridge.

Match Odds

Chelsea are 1/8 to beat Wolves, which is hardly surprising as they have won all of their four home games in the Premier League this season.

Wolves are still waiting for their first away victory, but have the incentive that a win gives them a strong chance of moving out of the bottom three.

They are 18/1 to beat Chelsea, but much will depend on how well they defend and whether they have the deadliness in front of goal to score on the break.

Over/Under 3.5 goals

Chelsea have put at least four goals past the opposition in two of their four home games this season and Wolves could be the next team to be on the end of a hammering at Stamford Bridge.

It is 11/10 that there are over 3.5 goals in the game and this has occurred in Chelsea’s last two home games with Wolves.

Chelsea have scored nine times in these fixtures, including three in the opening 22 minutes last season.

To Win To Nil

With the price of a Chelsea win so short, better value may be on offer backing them to win without conceding a goal.

Carlo Ancelotti’s team are 4/5 to win to nil, while 4/6 is offered that Chelsea keep a clean sheet.

Other markets that offer some reasonable value is the 1/2 that Chelsea find the target in both halves or the 8/13 that they score more goals than Wolves in the first and second half.

Chelsea kept clean sheets against Wolves in both fixtures last season. See the full Chelsea vs Wolves match betting odds market.

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Craig Kemp

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