European Champions Chelsea travel to Denmark tonight to take on FC Nordsjaelland as Ladbrokes announce a new free bets offer and report all the money has been for Roberto Di Matteo’s side to triumph at 4/11, as both sides second match in the Champions League.
The Blues managed a decent point at home to Juventus last time out, but would have been disappointed not to have taken all three after being 2-0 up against the Serie A Champions.
Roberto Di Matteo will be looking to this encounter for the first victory in the defence of their title in Europe’s elite club competition, but in this tournament there are no easy games.
Oscar was the man who really stood out for Chelsea in the game against Juventus as he scored two goals of the highest quality and looked as though he could really set the tournament alight.
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A Brazilian is likely to feature again in Denmark and will be looking to emulate his success of the previous match.
Di Matteo’s men find themselves in an extremely tough group, but they will know a victory here would put them in great shape to qualify and leave their opponents with it all to do.
FC Nordsjaelland (13/2 with Ladbrokes) went down 2-0 at Shaktar Donetsk in their opening group game and now know that home from will be vital as to whether they can qualify for the knockout stages.
The Danish side will make it as difficult as they can for Chelsea and try to create a hostile atmosphere that really piles the pressure on the visitors.
After back-to-back victories, Nordsjaelland come into this one in a good bit of form and can be hopeful of taking a positive result.
There is always something special about Champions League matches, especially when a team has to travel to a ground they have no experience of as they have no idea what to expect.
All of this makes for a cracking fixture that gets underway from 7.45PM.