Updated: January 2022

Smarkets Sportsbook (SBK): Juicy 15/1 for Tottenham to win Chelsea 1-0

22 January 2022

Yes, Chelsea have been suffering an unfortunate string of draws.
The latest draw came at Brighton after Ziyech opened the scoreboard with a 28th-minute thunderbolt outside the penalty box.

But it is worth noting that Chelsea has yet to lose a game since October. So far, Chelsea has drawn five and won three of their last eight Premier League games.

When they meet Tottenham on Sunday, there is a chance to record a nine-game unbeaten run. The last time Chelsea enjoyed this solid run was way back in April 2019.

Well, Tottenham has scores to settle at the White Hart Lane when they welcome Chelsea. Their last EFL match left Tottenham biting the dust with a resounding 3-0 thrashing (on aggregate).

That said, we must admit that Tottenham is yet to sweep teams away since Conte took charge. Tottenham has been winning with fine margins. They have never won a game (in the three Conte has won) with more than a goal margin.

So what do you expect in the Tottenham vs. Chelsea match? How would the score turn by the end of the game?

Well, we have got something juicy for you. Smarkets Sportsbook is giving you juicy odds of Tottenham to win the game 1-0.

Yes, you read that right! Smarkets Sportsbook will give you fifteen times of whatever you bet if the Tottenham vs. Chelsea match ends 1-0 in favor of Tottenham!

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