Chelsea Tottenham Odds : Blues great value for victory as Spurs season takes dip

Tottenham travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Saturday on the back of a wretched run of form that has seen them fail to win once in their last five games, including four defeats, which makes the odds of 10/11 on the Chelsea win at Stamford Bridge an absolute steal.

That form, coupled with the contrasting fortunes of their fellow North Londoners, Arsenal, has seen them blow a ten point lead over their fiercest rivals and slip from a seemingly comfortable third place in the Premier League, to an unsteady fourth.

Indeed, defeat to Roberto Di Matteo’s team at the weekend could leave Harry Redknapp and his players beginning to wonder whether they will even be able to qualify for next season’s Champions’ League, despite having looked so comfortable merely a couple of weeks ago.

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A win for the Blues will move them to within two points of Spurs and with a not too dissimilar goal difference. Such a situation just would not have seemed possible less than a month ago.

The job Di Matteo is doing at Stamford Bridge is a heroic one in its own right, too. Whilst one of the brightest young managers in the game seemed unable to get Chelsea playing, the Italian has brought new hope to their fans.

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Still in the Champions’ League, despite having looked out of it after the first leg of their tie with Napoli, Chelsea still have a very real chance of winning silverware this season.

Their defeat to Manchester City in midweek was a harsh one, but one they will surely have budgeted for, considering the invincible home form of the Mancunians. Nevertheless, it was a game they led until very late on, so they will surely be bitterly disappointed.

When these two sides met back in December, they played out a tight 1-1 draw, despite Spurs having dominated during the early stages.

In this fixture last season, Chelsea ran out 2-1 winners, thanks to two controversial goals from Frank Lampard and Salomon Kalou.

It is all about the current campaign now though and this mouth watering contest gets underway at 12.45pm on Saturday lunch-time.

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