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Stoke v Chelsea Premier League Betting 14 August

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Aug/13/2011
Stoke v Chelsea Premier League Betting

Stoke v Chelsea Premier League betting for 14 August 2011 had the following odds: 4/1 5/2 8/11.  This one goes off Sunday at 13:30. 

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Just shy of 50 percent of the betting action was on Chelsea with the rest of the action split between Stoke and the draw.  Two of the top teams in the Premier League, Arsenal and Liverpool, both drew on Saturday. 

Here are some things you need to know before betting on Stoke v Chelsea:

Chelsea was on target more than any other team in the 2010-2011 Premier League (244). 

They have won their last nine opening day fixtures, which is the longest current streak. 

Stoke scored 30 percent of their goals in the final 15 minutes of matches.

Stoke scored only one goal in the opening 15 minutes of games last season, a league low. 

Petr Cech has conceded the fewest goals per game (0.63).

Chelsea conceded 33 Premier League goals in 2010-11.  This is the most since 2002. 

 

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The Blues have never lost in four visits to the Britannia Stadium, however, they did draw most recently. 

From the BBC:

The general feeling seems to be that Stoke will thrive this season. Already off to a winning start in Europe, the signings of Upson and Woodgate (although a fitness gamble) will add even more strength and quality to a more than decent squad, and Tony Pulis is far from done with his transfer business yet - even if he'd prefer his chairman Peter Coates to do it a little more stealthily!

Unless successful with their pursuit of Luka Modric, Chelsea look striker-heavy and midfield-light at the moment, and you can't help but think they'll need more additions than just the gifted Croatian to help their ageing band stage a genuine bid to regain the title.

New Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas says striker Fernando Torres has overcome mild concussion and should be okay to start.
Daniel Sturridge is suspended and David Luiz misses out with injury.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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