Football Betting Tips – Chelsea vs Man United
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Chelsea vs Man United, Stamford Bridge
Monday 18th February, Kick-off: 19:30
– A repeat of the 2018 FA Cup Final, where Chelsea won 1-0 at Wembley
– Hasn’t been an away winner in this fixture since 2013
– Man United’s 2-0 loss to PSG was the first loss since Solskjaer took charge
– Chelsea have won their last five home matches
– United have kept four clean sheets in their last five away matches
– 20 FA Cups between these two sides
Life couldn’t be much different between these two sides at the moment. Sarri is feeling the heat in the Chelsea hot-seat like many of his predecessors before him; losing their last three Premier League away matches by an aggregate of 12-0 is deemed unacceptable in South West London.
Ignoring United’s humbling at the hands of a rampant Mbappe and PSG on Tuesday, life is good for the Red Devils as they begin to rebuild under their pragmatic caretaker manager. Injuries to Martial and Lingard at Old Trafford in the week are the biggest concerns coming into Monday’s FA Cup tie, with the extent of their muscular strains unknown. If both are missing, Mata and Sanchez may get the nod despite failing to impact the Champions League tie in the week.
Despite Chelsea’s frailties on the road, their home form still stands up. They can turn on the flair against sides that come to win – Man United being one of them – but struggle against sides that sit ten men behind the ball: Southampton and Leicester. Their home win in the League Cup against an impressive Tottenham underlines their strength when the chips are down; Chelsea are like Jekyll and Hyde home and away.
Eden Hazard paints a frustrated figure at Chelsea at the moment, but having come out publicly stating that he enjoys the ‘Sarrismo’ style of football, we may see the best of him playing behind Gonzalo Higuain. He’s often a man for the big occasion, and with VAR in use between these two sides on Monday, a penalty for the Blues isn’t a farfetched thought. His price at 2.50 to score holds value.
This fixture has been tightly contested in recent years. Just once in their last six meetings has there been more than a goal to separate them; saying this, the home team tends to be favoured between these two sides. Stamford Bridge and Old Trafford have long been regarded two of the hardest places to travel to in the Premier League years.
It’s hard to envisage a clear winner here. Both sides have vulnerabilities at the back, but a lot rests on the fitness of Lingard and Martial. Without that injection of pace – or fully-fit pace – United may struggle to create chances. Chelsea have an affinity with this competition and have won their last 13 FA Cup matches at home.
Both teams to score @ 1.70 with Blacktype
Chelsea to qualify @ 1.62 with Bet Victor
Eden Hazard anytime goalscorer @ 2.75 with Uni Bet
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