Football Betting Preview: Chelsea and Swansea

Today’s free football betting tip includes Chelsea and Swansea.

QPR vs. Chelsea

I can’t believe the price of a Chelsea win today. The European champions have got off to a great start taking all nine points from their first three games to top the table. They take on a QPR side who sit 19th in the league having only taken a solitary point from Norwich from their first three matches. Chelsea have waited 15 days to get back on the pitch since their embarrassing performance in the Super Cup to Atletico Madrid. They’ll be chomping at the bit to banish the performance and 1.85 for a Chelsea win is too big.

Elsewhere, Torres continues his journey to finding his best form. While he’s not quite there yet, he’s scored in his last two Premier League games. William Hill are offering Torres to score anytime and Chelsea to win at 2.75.


michu scoring for swansea

Michu anytime and Swansea win at 7.00

Aston Villa vs. Swansea

Swansea are coping well after the departure of Brendan Rodgers. They go to Villa Park having won two games and drawing against Sunderland last time out. What’s most impressive about Swansea’s start is their goal scoring prowess so far – they’ve already notched up ten goals. In comparison, their opponents have scored two in three games and haven’t won for 13 games in the league now.

Villa’s defence is not Premier League material with Lowton, Clark, Vlaar, Lichaj and Guzan in goal expected to start. Swansea should have a field day, but surprisingly a Swansea win is 3.10.

Michu has been impressive, scoring in each of Swansea’s games. If Swansea do win, expect the Spaniard to be on the score sheet. For Michu to score anytime and Swansea to win is a massive 7.00 on William Hill.

By Timothy Chow

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