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Liverpool v Chelsea

Premier League Football Betting & Odds

Premier League Match Betting Overview

Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield for an early-season ‘battle of the titans’, in which someone’s 100% winning record will fall. Both sides have won their opening two games without conceding a goal and with the same number of goals scored. Both squads are crammed with talent across all areas of the field, and two elite managers who don’t want to give an inch.

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Liverpool Football Betting

With a number of key players returning from injury, this season could be far more successful than last season’s frankly flat one for Liverpool. Virgil Van Dyke is back as their defensive talisman, Diogo Jota has scored two in two after a disjointed campaign last year, whilst Trent Alexander Arnold looks like the version of himself two seasons ago already.

Chelsea Football Betting

For last season’s Champions League winners, Chelsea this season now look primed to compete on all fronts. The signing of Romelu Lukaku seems like the missing piece – especially after scoring on his debut against Arsenal – for a team and squad who only seemed short of a striker last season. Reece James is also picking up where he left off last season, with creative and goalscoring performances already evident this season.

Liverpool v Chelsea Online Football Betting Markets

In terms of football betting for this fixture, the result and victors are tough to call, with both teams evenly split with world-class talent. However, even with two disciplined defensive lines, goal scorer betting and goals scored could be popular, with prolific scorers on both sides, such as Salah, Mane, and Jota for Liverpool, and Lukaku for Chelsea.