It’s been a largely frustrating season for Chelsea fans, who have seen their side fall out of the top four. The Blues have enjoyed some good late-season form however and have won each of their last three Premier League games coming into this fixture. Cesc Fabregas’ early goal gave Antonio Conte’s side all three points against Swansea on April 28th and they will be hoping they can take advantage of a potentially weary Liverpool side. Despite Jurgen Klopp’s side’s participation in the Europe League earlier in the week, they are still expected to take a least a point back to Merseyside. The draw is the likeliest outcome between the pair and is available at 13/5 with Betway. A point would be little use for the home side as it would still keep them six points behind the visitors. Three of the last four matches between these two sides have ended all square with each of those games finishing 1-1. That scoreline is available at 6/1 and is seen as a realistic outcome once again. Liverpool Need to Find a Way of Breaking Down Chelsea Liverpool were strangely ineffective in the final third against Stoke on April 28th and they must ensure they are a little more creative in West London. The Reds will be without assistant manager Zeljko Buvac who has departed the club ahead of this fixture. Despite drawing a blank at Anfield, goals are expected once again at Stamford Bridge and Over 2.5 Goals is likely to occur here. 14 of Liverpool’s 18 away matches in the Premier League have featured three or more goals this season. It’s 8/11 for Over 2.5 Goals to land here whilst it’s Evens with Betfair for 2-3 goals in the game. Each of the last seven Premier League clashes between these two sides have seen both teams find the back of the net and that sequence is expected to continue here. It’s 8/13 for Both Teams to Score? Yes to strike again and it is expected to be an absorbing 90 minutes of football.