Chelsea v Swansea Premier League Betting Odds

The Premier League action won’t take an action before February 25 due to FA Cup schedule, but on that upcoming two weeks, fans can catch up an exciting battle between Chelsea against Swansea City.

That battle between current runaway leader against the struggling swans set to attract not just normal fans, but also betting enthusiasts, who are looking to put their money on trustworthy online bet sites.

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Getting back into the tie, Chelsea will be looking for nothing else aside from three points from that upcoming encounter, especially following their recent draw against Burnley.

Although their opponent might be struggling to fight for safety, Antonio Conte wouldn’t want his players to slack off as they could easily drop points again.

Nevertheless, playing in front of their home crowd at Stamford Bridge, The Blues should have enough morale support to handle their opponent.

Injury concern might not be an issue for Conte, though recently there’s report on ESPN about David Luiz potentially had some treatment for a knee trouble.

Up till now, Chelsea have been relatively untroubled by injuries, so they might be able to relax over that situation, though things like that is always unpredictable.

Without any tight schedule on their hands, The Blues can also hope that their star players will be 100% fit to face that upcoming tie.

Meanwhile, Swansea themselves arriving to Stamford Bridge in a relatively positive form, winning three out of their last four league fixtures.

That run of positive results have temporarily lifted Paul Clement’s side up to 15th place in current standings, but they must continue that good run since things are tight at that relegation zone.

Knowing the competitiveness of Premier League relegation battle this season, Clement will be pushing for his side to get a positive result despite playing away from home.

Unfortunately for Swansea, they will have to play that upcoming league fixture without their winger, Nathan Dyer, who won’t be available for selection due to injury.

As it was reported by BBC, Dyer will in fact missed out for the remaining of this season after recent check ups concluded that he had a ruptured Achilles tendon, which was picked up during his team’s win over Leicester City.

A bad news indeed for Clement, but that won’t stop him for preparing his best available squad and hoping they can put on another courageous performance and snatch at least a point from the league leader.

Current betting odds are indicating that Chelsea strongly tipped to get all three points with the bookies placing their winning probabilities at 1.222.

Swansea’s chance to surprise it’s not considered that high as it’s only placed at 12.00, while a potential draw result has a better shot as it’s set at 6.00.