Chelsea host West Ham in a London derby on Monday and Maurizio Sarri’s side look set for a comfortable evening.
The Italian boss finally responded to calls to play his young English stars Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ruben Loftus-Cheek from the start against Brighton in midweek, and it paid off with the Blues beating their opponents 3-0.
Loftus-Cheek got on the scoresheet while Hudson-Odoi grabbed another assist to add to his impressive tally and they are 13/8 and 7/4 respectively in the Anytime Goalscorer market.
Chelsea have an exceptional record against West Ham at Stamford Bridge, remaining unbeaten in their previous 12 home league meetings with the Hammers, a run that stretches back to September 2002.
Despite the vast swathes of criticism aimed at Sarri this season, they have only lost at home once in the entire campaign, a 1-0 defeat to Leicester back in December.
And the omens are good for the Blues on another count, as they have failed to lose a Monday evening Premier League match since 1994, winning 11 and drawing three, and they are 3/10 to continue that good run.
West Ham have endured a poor few weeks after losing at Cardiff, narrowly scraping past Huddersfield before being comprehensively beaten by Everton last week, with Manuel Pellegrini still struggling to find a balance in his side with all the attacking talent at his disposal.
They have only won four times on the road this season and are yet to get off the mark in 2019 so far.
Their saving grace might come in the form of striker Javier Hernandez – a man who loves playing at Stamford Bridge.
The Mexican has scored in each of his last four away Premier League games at Chelsea and is 14/5 to further enhance that record on Monday evening.