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Blues expected to pile the pressure on Crystal Palace
Blues expected to pile the pressure on Crystal Palace

Chelsea will be confident of securing an 11th straight league win and in the process heap more pressure on Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The Blues currently sit top of the league table after picking up 40 points from their first 16 games, Antonio Conte’s men recently finding their rhythm.

Conte’s side have won their last 10 league matches to leapfrog the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City, bouncing back after a sluggish start under the Italian.

Chelsea did just enough to secure a 1-0 win against Sunderland last time out and another away win at n/a appears to be a shrewd bet.

Conte could be without forward Eden Hazard, with the Belgian set to be rested after picking up a knock which kept him out of Wednesday’s clash with the Black Cats.

The former Juve boss still has plenty of firepower at his disposal though, with Cesc Fabregas and Willian proving themselves more than able deputies in recent weeks.

Chelsea have won five of their last six Premier League games away at Selhurst Park, while they’ve also kept clean sheets in four of those encounters.

Alan Pardew’s men have conceded 12 goals in their last five league games and you can back Chelsea to win with a one goal handicap at n/a

Palace will welcome back forward Jason Puncheon following his suspension but fellow midfielder Mathieu Flamini will miss the clash due to a groin injury.

Pardew will also be without centre-back James Tomkins, strikers Connor Wickham, Bakary Sako, Loic Remy, defender Pape Souare and goalkeeper Steve Mandanda but the former Newcastle coach will still be hoping for his team to spring a surprise against the league leaders.

The Eagles have kept just one clean sheet in their last 21 league games, while Chelsea have eight shut outs from their last 10 matches. Despite Chelsea's formidable defensive record, goals are always expected when Palace play in the top flight.

They played their part in a 3-3 thriller at the KCOM Stadium against Hull last weekend and they will be fired up for this London derby.

Both teams could lay down a marker for the rest of the division Saturday's early game but Chelsea should prove too strong for their rivals, who are still nervously looking over their shoulder at the bottom three.

Recommended bet: Over 2.5 goals n/a

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