The last two Premier League champions meet on Sunday and Manchester City can gain revenge for their 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge in December by beating Chelsea on home soil.
The match is a dress rehearsal for the Carabao Cup final between the two sides later this month and it is City that head into Sunday’s match in the better form.
Pep Guardiola’s team are 4/5 to win the Premier League title for the fourth time in eight seasons after recording back-to-back victories over Arsenal and Everton while Chelsea, despite thrashing rock-bottom Huddersfield last weekend, do not seem to have fully come to terms with Maurizio Sarri’s tactics.
They have lost their last two away matches in the league – to Bournemouth and Arsenal – but remain fourth in the table despite a humdrum recent run which has seen them winning only seven of their last 14 top-flight matches.
Sergio Aguero is in a rich vein of form and has 14 league goals to his name this season after grabbing a hat-trick against the Gunners but it may be worth looking at former Chelsea player Kevin de Bruyne in the first goalscorer market.
Tottenham have picked up a nice habit of grabbing late winners recently and they can make it four league victories in a row by easing to a two-goal win against Leicester on Sunday.
Mauricio Pochettino’s team have incredibly not drawn a Premier League match yet this season after 25 fixtures – a draw at Wembley this weekend can be backed at 14/5 – and they recorded a 2-0 win at the King Power Stadium in December when Dele Alli and Son Heung-min were on target.
The Foxes have only picked up one point from their last four league games – a 1-1 draw at Liverpool – and have earned four more points on their travels than on home soil this season.
However, they look set to return to the east Midlands on Sunday evening with nothing to show from their trip to the capital.
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