Southampton vs Chelsea by Levsky
Chelsea's start to the season was an unprecedented failure, but like their hosts they have also managed to turn it around. Guus Hiddink arrived at Stamford Bridge for his 2nd interim spell at the club and instantly embarked on an 11 match unbeaten steak in all competitions. This streak was ended last week as Paris Saint Germain beat them 2-1 in the first leg of their Champions League clash, but they bounced back in style with a 5-1 thrashing of Manchester City in the FA Cup. Admittedly, the Man City side was inexperienced, but Chelsea played fantastically well and will be high on confidence from that mauling.
|Chelsea||William Hill||2.70||8||1-2 WON (+13.6 units)|
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