Chelsea are 10/1 for the Champions League after their tremendous 4-1 victory against Napoli and Roberto Di Matteo has certainly done his chances of taking over the reins full-time no harm with three wins on the spin since the departure of Andre Villas-Boas.
The Blues are in sixth-round FA Cup action this weekend when they entertain Championship side Leicester City in a game they really ought to win.
You won’t get rich taking the 1/4 on offer at betvictor.com to land the odds with Chelsea 3/1 to lift the cup for the third time in four years in May.
With a big Premier League encounter at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, Di Matteo is likely to shuffle his pack and there may be some who think the 14/1 for the Foxes is too big especially as Birmingham City from the Championship got a draw in the previous round.
Fernando Torres still looked a shadow of his former self when he came on at the Bridge on Wednesday but it would be no surprise to see him get a start; he is 4/1 to score first and 11/10 to net within the 90 minutes.
Once again the draw was kind to the big boys and we are betting 4/1 that all four home sides Everton (v Sunderland), Spurs (v Bolton), Chelsea and Liverpool (v Stoke) all win their respective ties.
We are betting 12/1 on an all-Merseyside final, which would be the first since 1989.
Fulham meet Swansea at Craven Cottage with the Welsh side having put a severe dent in the title hopes of Manchester City at the Liberty Stadium last weekend.
United for the first time since the autumn are 8/13 to retain their title with City out to odds against 5/4 having been odds-on most of the winter.
It took a long time for Swansea to get their first win on the road but they have improved dramatically of late.
That said I think 5/6 for Fulham is a fair price despite the late loss to Villa last weekend. The Welsh side are 7/2 (from 4/1) and the draw is 12/5.
Pavel Pogrebnyak is 9/2 to net the opener with Clint Dempsey 11/2 and Andrew Johnson 13/2. I think Fulham will win 3-1 which is priced at 14/1.
QPR are not action until Wednesday evening when they meet Liverpool at Loftus Road.
The Reds are 3/4 with Rangers 19/5 and the draw at 13/5.
Mark Hughes was quite stoical after last weekend’s defeat at the Reebok – a result which saw them cut to 1/3 for the drop and 9/4 to maintain their top-flight status next season.
Liverpool were quite dreadful against Sunderland in their last away game in the Premier League and Rangers must get something from the game. It is time for the players to stand up and be counted and 19/5 looks too big.
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