The Blues are the favorites with Betfried before the match at 7/10 while Leeds 18/5 and a 3-1 draw. The hosts have not won in their last seven meetings in all competitions since their 2-0 home win in December 2002.
Tuchel’s side need to improve and soon they will find themselves holding out for Champions League qualification with Arsenal looking to score five wins out of five tomorrow in the north London derby and Tottenham just five games behind their West London rivals with three games left. They have a good record against Leeds United and with Jesse Marsh’s side struggling to find some momentum, they are losing.
Marsh’s time at Leeds did not plan to make three out of nine wins for the relegation-threatened club as they look to a belated recovery from second season syndrome. Everton travel to Watford and many Leeds fans will be watching the latest results from Vicarage Road in hopes of avoiding relegation.
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- Chelsea win and both teams score – 11/5
- Romelu Lukaku can score anytime – 5/4
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In matches involving Chelsea, both teams have scored 17 of the 35 matches this season in the Premier League, while Leeds have scored 20 in the league. Both teams to score is 8/13.
The Blues have finished 18 league games with three or more goals including two from their last five games, while for Leeds 23 league games. Over 2.5 total goal is 8/13.
This will be the 106th meeting between the two teams as Chelsea have racked up 36 wins, 30 draws and 39 defeats in that time. The Blues have not lost to the hosts in their last seven meetings, and it has been nearly 20 years since they lost to Leeds in all competitions.
In the league, this will be the 94th meeting between the two clubs as the Blues have had 28 wins, 26 draws and 39 losses in that time. In the last five league matches, Chelsea have won three and drawn twice.
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