Christmas is over and we’re in that strange period before New Year when you’re constantly disappointed at only being able to find the Bountys in a box of Celebrations. It’s a tough time for us all.
Luckily there’s a massive clash between Chelsea and Liverpool to help blow away the cobwebs and here are 10 key stats to help you put some cash in your pocket heading in to 2014.
1. Liverpool have lost just two of the last 13 Premier League matches against Chelsea.
Liverpool to win: 12/5 | Desktop – Mobile
2. Luis Suarez scored the last goal of the game in both Premier League meetings with Chelsea last year.
Luis Suarez to score last: 5/1 | Desktop – Mobile
3. Chelsea’s last three Premier League wins have all been by a single goal.
Chelsea to win by exactly one goal: 11/4 | Desktop – Mobile
4. Liverpool have conceded an average of two goals a game in their last six away matches.
Chelsea to score exactly two goals: 23/10 | Desktop – Mobile
5. Liverpool’s last eight league wins have all been by two goals or more.
Liverpool to win -1 on the handicap: 6/1 | Desktop – Mobile
6. Everton are the only side to have conceded fewer goals than Chelsea going into the weekend and the London side have kept two clean sheets on the spin.
Chelsea to keep a clean sheet: 23/10 | Desktop – Mobile
7. Jose Mourinho has never lost a league game at Stamford Bridge – a record that stretches back 69 games.
Chelsea to win: 6/5 | Desktop – Mobile
8. The Reds have scored 29 goals in their last 14 visits to London – an average of just over two a game.
Liverpool to score exactly two goals: 11/4 | Desktop – Mobile
9. John Terry opened the scoring in this respective fixture last season.
John Terry to score first: 25/1 | Desktop – Mobile
10. There has been an average of 48 points on the card index in the last ten games between these two sides in the league.
Exactly 50 points on the card index : 5/1 | Desktop – Mobile
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