Tottenham v Chelsea: bet365 boost Palmer to Score First and Maddison to score from outside the box as Pochettino returns to Spurs

Tottenham v Chelsea:

  • Where is Tottenham v Chelsea? Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
  • When is Tottenham v Chelsea? 20:00, Monday 6th September
  • Where can I watch Tottenham v Chelsea? Sky Sports Premier League & Sky Sports Main Event.
  • Match Odds Tottenham 13/10, Draw 13/5, Chelsea 2/1

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Pochettino, who was Spurs boss for five-and-a-half years between 2014 and 2019, will hope the Blues can pull off an away win and check Tottenham’s rapid progress under their new boss, Ange Postecoglou, in what should be an exciting, closely-fought Premier League encounter.

A monumental Monday night fixture could see Chelsea kick-start their campaign after a somewhat inconsistent start, but it will be a tough task against a high-flying Spurs side under the watchful eye of their Australian manager. A huge fixture demands boosted odds and multiple markets, and bet365 are on hand to deliver just that.

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bet365 Boosted Odds

Cole Palmer to score first9/110/1
James Maddison to score from outside the box6/113/2
James Maddison over 1.5 shots on target AND Heung-Min Son over 1.5 shots on target7/117/2
Raheem Sterling to score or assist, Robert Sanchez over 2.5 goalkeeper saves, AND Enzo Fernandez over 1.5 fouls committed15/217/2
Cole Palmer to score anytime, both teams to score-yes, AND match result will be Chelsea11/112/1
Over 2 goals, Heung-Min Son to score anytime, AND match result will be Tottenham9/25/1

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Tottenham v Chelsea Predictions

Draw - 13/5

Tottenham’s stunning start to the season under Postecoglou has been well documented, but they might have to settle for a point at home to local rivals Chelsea, for whom Pochettino will be desperate to impress on his return to his former club.

Chelsea have been slowly improving under the Argentine and won two away games on the spin last month against Fulham and Burnley to suggest their large, expensively-assembled squad was beginning to gel.

They were then 2-0 up against Arsenal before drawing 2-2 with the Gunners late on, and there have been plenty of promising signs that Pochettino is beginning to work his magic.

They were surprisingly beaten 2-0 at home by Brentford last weekend but then bounced back with a 2-0 home success over Blackburn in the EFL Cup in midweek, so the Blues should still approach the trip across the capital with confidence.

Spurs are the only remaining unbeaten side in the top flight but have been edging games rather than totally dominating them, beating Luton 1-0, Crystal Palace 2-1 and Fulham 2-0 in recent weeks.

That should give Chelsea hope they can get something from the derby, and apart from last season when they lost 2-0, they have a good recent record away at Spurs, winning the previous four meetings in the top flight without conceding a goal.

Raheem Sterling anytime goalscorer - 5/2

Raheem Sterling was one of Chelsea’s bright sparks during their difficult start to the season, and then the England forward’s form dipped.

However, the former Manchester City star has looked sharper again of late and scored his third league goal of the season in the 4-1 win at Burnley last month, while he was also on target in the victory over Blackburn in the cup in midweek.

Sterling is likely to be one of the visitors’ most dangerous weapons on Monday as they look to counter quickly on the break. He can take advantage of the home side’s fondness to attack, which should offer him plenty of space in behind.

The 28-year-old is 7/1 to open the scoring on Monday, but the 5/2 on him finding the back of the net anytime may be the better option.

Sterling has attempted 19 shots in the league so far this season, so he has not been shy when getting opportunities in and around the penalty area, and he had two attempts in last week’s defeat to Brentford when he looked among the more likely goalscorers on a disappointing day for the home side.

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Will Jackson

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