The Reds don’t have a bad record at Stamford Bridge in recent years and Luis Suarez is arguably the hottest player in the division at present.
Chelsea are 20/21 with Liverpool 29/10 and the draw at 27/10.
Fernando Torres continues to misfire but if he can’t get up for this fixture he can’t get up for any – and the Spanish international is 5/1 to score the opener and 11/8 to find the back of the net at any time.
Fulham travel to the Emirates on Saturday to meet a misfiring Arsenal side who were flattered by the 2-1 scoreline at Old Trafford.
The Gunners are 1/2 favourites with Fulham 6s and the draw at 7/2.
Martin Jol’s team will have to play a lot better than they did against Everton last weekend but they are more than capable of nicking a point as they did last season.
Jack Wilshere will miss the game following his red card against United and a 1-1 draw at 15/2 is the shout.
Two more home points dropped by QPR on Sunday, but Southampton’s defeat at West Brom means they are now bottom – and the Saints march on Loftus Road a week on Saturday in a must-win game for the R’s.
Before that, Mark Hughes will be looking to take all three points at Stoke on Saturday although it is the durable, hard-working Potters who are 20/23 to win, with the draw 5/2 and Rangers 7/2.
Nigel Adkins has been backed into 4/6 to be the first Premier League manager to lose/leave his post after that defeat to the Baggies.
He has also been supported from 66/1 to 4/1 at the time of writing to be the next manager of Blackpool (no, I can’t believe it either).
Rangers played some decent football against Reading and deserved at least a point. But it will be a different game against Stoke, whose style isn’t particularly pleasing on the eye.
City play to their own strengths and it will be a test of Rangers’ physical and mental strength.
Peter Crouch is 9/2 to score the opener against his former club with Djibril Cisse 7/1 (19/10 to score at any time) and Adel Taarabt 8s (2/1 anytime).
The R’s are 6/4 from 5/2 for relegation following the Reading game.
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