Chelsea and Crystal Palace clash at Wembley today, looking to book their place in next month’s FA Cup final against Liverpool.
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- Marcos Alonso to have 2 or more shots
- Kai Havertz to have 1 or more shots on target
- Jeffrey Schlupp to be shown a card
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Marcos Alonso to have 2 or more shots
Alonso has registered 14 shots in his last five Premier League starts for Chelsea – an average of almost three per game.
He landed three shots against Palace earlier this campaign at Stamford Bridge, so he looks a solid bet to have a pop at goal at least twice this afternoon.
Kai Havertz to have 1 or more shots on target
And Kai Havertz hasn’t been shy at having a pop at goal either in recent weeks.
He’s had 18 efforts on goal in his last four appearances and has managed at least two shots on target in seven of his previous eight – back him to register at least one this afternoon at Wembley.
Jeffrey Schlupp to be shown a card
With Conor Gallagher cup-tied, Jeffrey Schlupp should start in the Place midfield this afternoon, and he looks overpriced to end up in the book at some point.
The Ghanaian has already been booked in two of Palace’s three FA Cup games this season, and it’s likely to be a fiery midfield battle at Wembley with a place in the final on the line.