West Ham v Chelsea Betting Preview

On Sunday West Ham United take on Chelsea and after our betting blogs proving successful and profitable so far this season, we have decided to take a look at the fixture from a punters perspective in association with 777score.

Last weekend Yarmolenko hit the headlines with two goals at Goodison Park but I felt he struggled to track Digne when the left back got forward and often he looked to commit a foul than do the hard yards. Chelsea rock up with (In my opinion) the best left back in the league in Marcos Alonso and I can see it being a hard shift for the right winger from a defensive side, and you can get 9/2 on him putting himself into Mike Deans book.

Hazard was left in England as Chelsea went to Greece on Thursday evening and the Belgian is not only bang in form, he is also 6/5 to score anytime. While we don’t wish to tip against West Ham, we do want to win money and Chelsea have had 3 pen’s this season so far, with the wide man scoring 2 of them. Pellegrini has set up with a high defensive line and this along with Zabaleta’s lack of pace, Masuaku’s questionable defensive abilities and 2 centre backs still new to the Premier League (although both have impressed me a lot), then it would not be a surprise to see whistle happy Mike Dean, being Mike Dean.

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In both of these sides last 6 matches, there have been over 2.5 goals in 5 of them (or 10 from 12 combined) so it is no surprise we will be expecting goals. The Blues have also scored at least 2 in their last 5 Premier League games and at 4/6 for both teams to score!!

So there you have our 3 Hammers Chat bets for Sunday afternoon. (we will also have a couple that favour West Ham as we apply our optimistic claret and blue specs). Good luck to all having a bet on the game and COYI!!

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