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BetVictor taking on champions Chelsea for Goodison Park trip

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BetVictor not afraid of Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea after tepid start to Premier League campaign

Chelsea have four points on the board from four games played, with BetVictor happy to take them on for Saturday’s lunchtime encounter against Everton.

Defeats against Manchester City and Crystal Palace have led to Chelsea sitting eight points behind the former after four games played, with Jose Mourinho hoping that the Blues can bounce back at Goodison Park on Saturday.

However, BetVictor go 19/20 about a Chelsea win which is the top price about the champions who will have limited training time following a spate of international matches that have been taking place.

BetVictor have earned a reputation for having the most competitive Premier League odds on a weekly basis, with the firm happy to take punters’ money when it comes to the first top flight match of the weekend.

A spokesman said: “Chelsea have had a stuttering start and it’s been noted that they have conceded nine goals in their opening four matches. Crystal Palace carved them up throughout the last match and Everton can do the same.

“We think that Romelu Lukaku will be inspired against his former club, with John Stones’ head in the right place despite that recent transfer request. Can John Terry last ninety minutes without getting subbed or sent off?!”

BetVictor go 10/3 that Everton continue to heap misery on this Chelsea team, with Roberto Martinez hoping that his side can build on a 0-0 draw at White Hart Lane a fortnight ago.

The same bookmaker offer 20/21 that Manchester United beat Liverpool on Saturday evening, with the Red Devils having experienced their first defeat of the season when losing at Swansea recently.

Liverpool are as big as 33/10 to win the game and the 3-0 home reverse against West Ham could turn out to be a blip, with previous performances demonstrating that a tight defence can be in force at Old Trafford.

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