Match Venue: Stamford Bridge
Match Date: 26 December 2016
12BET (Football Tips) Luck will once again be in favor of Chelsea as they welcome Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge in hope of extending their winning streak into twelve.
Head to Head Matches
23/04/2016 Bournemouth 1:4 Chelsea
05/12/2015 Chelsea 0:1 Bournemouth
Le Blues are having the best of season so far as they manage to keep the six point deficit away from Liverpool and is keen to continue it as the competition progresses.
Diego Costa gets to redeem himself back as he gets to find the net on their clash against Crystal Palace. But his impressive run was made possible by Cesar Azpilicueta as he tries to assist the well-known forward in meeting the net. The single goal that was made during the first half was secured by the host.
The crowds have seen how determined the squad is as the consistency of their play haven’t change a bit. Football enthusiast expects that Chelsea will be able to win the title if they will be able to sustain their performance to their upcoming matches.
Antonio Conte’s men are surely unstoppable in creating a run – all pressure will surely be thrown away to their visitors.
Bouncing back from their loss against Southampton will be challenging for the Cherries as they visit their contenders after Christmas.
An early goal from Nathan Ake becomes useless when they let the Saint score three times. There has been no problem with their line-up, but they struggle on building up a good defense so that their competitors won’t find the net.
The key for Bournemouth to win this rally is by making sure that they will have a tactical defense against the giant players that the Lions have. Eddie Howe’s men will also need to step up their game.
Football critique believes that this will be an easy win for Chelsea, considering that they are at home and they are having the best of journey this year. Expect that Bournemouth will put up some effort here in order to stop their opponents from stealing some score.
Chelsea 1.38 (this odd might change)
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