It remains very tight at the top of the Premier League table at present, and this week could throw up some surprise results.
Manchester City and Liverpool face potential banana skins, as they travel to Crystal Palace and Southampton respectively, while Arsenal face the daunting task of travelling to Old Trafford to take on Manchester United.
Anyone thinking of backing Chelsea for the title should consider doing it before the coming matches, as they may well find themselves top of the table by Monday, and at least one of their nearest rivals are bound to have dropped points. You may as well pick up one of the offers for doing so at www.bettingoffers.org and back Conte’s team who are in tremendous form right now.
The Blues travel to Middlesbrough this weekend, and despite being in relatively moderate form, no side has managed to score against Chelsea since their switch to a 3-4-3 formation, nor has any side restricted them to scoring less than two goals. They have actually scored 16 goals without reply in their last five games, and are hard to oppose.
The second most likely winner is from Sunderland taking all three points against Hull City. Both sides have been in dismal form of late, and both ended those with wins last weekend, but I cant help but see the Black Cats as the side to carry on that form at home, and at bigger than even money, I simply cant turn them down.
The third leg of my treble comes from the crunch Manchester United game with Arsenal, where both sides will be keen to avoid defeat. Jose Mourinho has already showed against Liverpool that he will do all he can in defence to avoid a loss in the big games, and you can firmly expect him to have his men behind the ball, hoping to hit the Gunners on the counter. This tells me that the game is almost guaranteed to come to the interval at 0-0, which will be my half-time correct score prediction.
Chelsea to win, Sunderland to win, Man U v Arsenal 0-0 HT correct score treble
I will also have some singles:
Southampton to win and both teams to score
Leicester win to nil
Bournemouth win and both to score
What will you be on this weekend?