Torres’ goals to bridge the gap?

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Fernando Torres is 14/1 to fire Chelsea to Premier League glory this season with Ladbrokes.

Following his record transfer, it’s 14/1 that Chelsea win the league and Torres scores over 6.5 goals in the process.

He’s 6/4 to score against his old club Liverpool at any stage this season and 8/13 to outscore new Liverpool signing Luis Suarez.

Suarez is 19/10 to score more than Torres with 5/1 the price that they tie in the match bet.

Chelsea are also now 7/1 for the title.

New Liverpool signing Andy Carroll is 5/6 to score over 5.5 goals in the league for the remainder of the season, and the same price to score under 5.5 goals.

His previous side Newcastle are now 12/1 to be relegated to the championship following his departure.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Chelsea have got their man and we fear a rejuvenated Torres could easily outscore his replacement Suarez in what’s left of this season. Despite Carroll’s current injury it wouldn’t surprise us if once fit he continues to find the net as regularly as he did with his old club.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Who will score the most Premier League goals between February 1st and the end of the season
Torres – 8/13
Suarez – 19/10
Tie – 5/1

Torres to score against Liverpool – 6/4
Chelsea to win the Premier League and Torres to score over 6.5 goals for Chelsea in the League this season – 14/1
Chelsea to win the Premier League – 7/1

Andy Carroll Premier League goals for Liverpool this season
Over 5.5 – 5/6
Under 5.5 – 5/6

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.