This week’s return of the Champions League group stages has got us all nostalgic for simpler times – like when fans were allowed in stadiums and Matt Hancock wasn’t on the TV every morning.
The fans might still be absent but the action will be as frenzied and furious as always, as teams battle it out for one of the top 2 spots in their group.
Getting group E underway and launching their campaign to revisit those 2012 glory days, Chelsea welcome Sevilla to Stamford Bridge.
The visiting Spaniards will be itching for an extended stay in the Champions League having won the Europa League for what seems like 853 times.
And don’t forget, you can check out our top Odds Picks to win the Champions League here.
|Fixture||Chelsea v Sevilla|
|Date||Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 19:45|
|Where||Stamford Bridge, London|
|How to Watch||Live on BT Sport|
Our Top Odds Pick – The Draw – 13/5 at Unibet
Two top European sides going head to head in the Champions League group stages means one thing – the draw…hopefully.
These two have been the draw masters recently – Frank Lampard’s men have drawn three of their last four and Los Rojiblancos have drawn two of theirs.
The draw priced at 13/5 seems a solid play for a match-day one game.
Our Extra Pick – Over 3.5 Match Goals – 2/1 at Betfair
This one isn’t rocket science – both teams love to score but they also both leak at the back like a dodgy urinal.
Chelsea have scored an average of 2.8 goals per game this season, but their only clean sheets so far have been against lowly Barnsley and an inept Crystal Palace.
Sevilla have also been a frustrating watch for their fans – scoring in four of their five competitive matches so far but only managing to shut up shop at the back once.
Our Long Shot – 3-3 Correct Score – 40/1 at bet365
Both sides like to attack so we’re expecting plenty goals at the Bridge, in what will hopefully be a banger.
Chelsea thrashed out a 3-3 draw with Southampton at the weekend, and at juicy odds, we’re taking a chance on another six-goal stalemate – bring on the goals please!