Chelsea and Everton close this English Premier League round at Stamford. The hosts are having a terrible year, and even though their recent results aren’t that bad, manager Pochettino is under pressure. Everton is trying to stay in the Premier League, yet their task is complicated. After the latest fine, they are only two points above the relegation zone.

Before Betting on Chelsea vs. Everton

Chelsea played 2-2 against United in Sheffield, which is yet another failure of this team. The Blues recently posted the same result against Burnley and when we add that these two teams are sitting dead last in the standings, it becomes clear why the fans don’t want to give support to this unit and express their displeasure. 

Pochettino’s boys lost only one once in the past 11 events, but ties like these have ruined all that. The back line is highly volatile and doesn’t have the proper chemistry. The last clean sheet this unit recorded was in January, so you can guess how badly they performed.

Another fine, another problem. Everton has been deducted two more points this week, and the team has now only a two-step advantage over Luton and Nottingham Forest. Sean Dyche is under pressure, even though his team played well in the last two events, posting a win and a tie. 

Dyche’s football is very unpleasant to watch, with the team defending and applying an ultra-physical approach. You can’t see any beauty in their matches, which is why the fans don’t like to bet on Toffees. There is one interesting statistical data when it comes to Everton’s road games: all of the previous ten have seen a moderate efficiency, 2 or 3 goals.

Chelsea vs. Everton Premier League Offshore Betting Odds

Offshore SportsbookChelsea Draw Everton

The Blues are a better team, but given their recent performance, we won’t risk anything and bet on them. Instead, over 2.5 goals looks like the best pick because of poor defenses on both ends.