Man City v Chelsea Odds : Man City at 7/2 or Chelsea at 8/1 – YOU DECIDE!

UnknownLatest Man City v Chelsea odds from the Premiership as PaddyPower announce they are ENHANCING the odds on the game, exclusive to

They are now offering Man City at an enhanced price of 7/2 (was 10/11) and Chelsea at a massive price of 8/1 to win (was 3/1) – its up to YOU to decide which bet you take.

The game kicks off 20:00 on Monday as Paddy Power report their offer is attracting plenty of attention from punters, but there’s still time to take advantage.

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It may only be February but this clash has all the hallmarks of a title decider.

Free flowing Manchester City take on defensively ruthless Chelsea with Jose Mourinho in their corner and it’s shaping up to be a corker of a Monday Night Football production on Sky Sports.

City lead the way in the title race but Chelsea are on their tail and know that restricting the Blue Moon merchants to a point or less could be a huge momentum swinger in both club’s bid to win the league title.


Latest Man City v Chelsea Odds


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Man City10/117/210/1110/114/510/114/510/1110/1110/11

Looking at the match odds it’s clear that punters are siding with the home side that have won 19 and lost just one of their last 21 Premier League games at the Etihad Stadium, including winning the last 11 in a row.

The 7/2 on the home win looks unbelievable value.

Chelsea have kept three clean sheets in a row away from home in the Premier League and have a history of keeping clean sheets in these types of games.

However, no side has stopped City scoring at the Etihad since Birmingham City did in 2012, over 70 games ago.

An away win is available to be backed at 7/2 and the draw is an 11/4 chance. In our book the draw looks the smartest play from a value perspective.

With the stakes so high, it’s pretty easy to foresee this heavyweight clash being a cautious game based around solid defending and not giving much away.

Mourinho was overly critical of the way West Ham approached their most recent game at Stamford Bridge, where they came away with a 0-0 draw playing a very negative style of play, but the way he’s sent his side’s out at Arsenal and Manchester United this season suggest he could be about to contradict himself.

Chelsea to keep another clean sheet can be backed at 9/2.

One major thing to note from a betting point of view is that City’s main man Sergio Aguero is out of the clash with a hamstring injury and that will be a worry for any punters taking short prices about a home win.

It’s likely that Edin Dzeko, who has scored in the last three Premier League games, and Alvaro Negredo will lead the line together but although scoring on a regular basis this season, it’s a duo that hasn’t really been put to the test at the top level.