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Chelsea to slip at Goodison
Chelsea make the trip to Goodison Park on Sunday and the league leaders may find if hard to record a victory over Everton.
Chelsea continue to be hunted down by Tottenham Hotspur in the race for the Premier League title and this constant pressure may become too much for the Blues when they make the difficult trip to Merseyside.

Antonio Conte's men did bounce back from the 2-0 defeat to Manchester United with a 4-2 win over Southampton in midweek, but the league leaders have started to show some cracks at the back in recent weeks.

The Stamford Bridge-based outfit have failed to keep a cleansheet in their last 11 league matches and a shutout looks unlikely to happen at Goodison Park due to the impressive form of Belgium international Romelu Lukaku.

Everton's talisman has scored 24 goals this season, leading the race for the golden boot by four from Spurs' Harry Kane, and he bagged both strikes in the 2-0 FA Cup win over the Blues in March last year.

The 23-year-old striker is enjoying his best campaign in terms of goals for the Toffees and he looks a decent shout to find the back of the net at anytime in Sunday's contest.

Ronald Koeman's men are also still in contention for a top five finish this term and they will be desperate to pick up all three points to boost their hopes of finishing in a Europa League position.

Everton, who are unbeaten in their last four, have one of the most potent attacks in the league, scoring 60 goals, and backing more than 2.5 goals in the clash at n/a looks to provide some value.

It will be a difficult test for Chelsea but they also have some key figures they can rely on, most notably Belgium international Eden Hazard and Spaniard Diego Costa.

The latter grabbed a brace against the Saints last time out whilst his team-mate opened the scoring, and the duo could play a crucial part in helping the Blues leave Goodison with a positive result.

Everton have won four of the last six meetings against the west Londoners on home soil and these matches have produced 21 goals, suggesting an entertaining encounter is on the cards.

Looking at the balance of the two sides and what is on offer for both, backing a draw looks to be an astute bet and this would open the door for Tottenham to close the gap on the leaders later on Sunday.

Recommended Bet: Draw n/a
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