|Avg. Match Goals||4|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.7|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.3|
|Avg. Match Goals||3.4|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.3|
|Avg. Goals Against||1.1|
|Avg. Match Goals||5|
|Avg. Goals Scored||2.9|
|Avg. Goals Against||2.1|
|06.10.19||Southampton FC||1 - 4||Chelsea|
|02.10.19||Lille||1 - 2||Chelsea|
|28.09.19||Chelsea||2 - 0||Brighton|
|25.09.19||Chelsea||7 - 1||Grimsby Town|
|22.09.19||Chelsea||1 - 2||Liverpool|
|17.09.19||Chelsea||0 - 1||Valencia|
|14.09.19||Wolves||2 - 5||Chelsea|
|31.08.19||Chelsea||2 - 2||Sheffield United|
|24.08.19||Norwich City||2 - 3||Chelsea|
|18.08.19||Chelsea||1 - 1||Leicester City|
|14.08.19||Liverpool||2 - 2||Chelsea|
|11.08.19||Manchester United||4 - 0||Chelsea|
|03.08.19||Borussia Monchengladbach||2 - 2||Chelsea|
|31.07.19||Salzburg||3 - 5||Chelsea|
|28.07.19||Reading FC||3 - 4||Chelsea|
|23.07.19||Barcelona||1 - 2||Chelsea|
|19.07.19||Kawasaki Frontale||1 - 0||Chelsea|
|13.07.19||St. Patrick's Athletic||0 - 4||Chelsea|
|10.07.19||Bohemian FC||1 - 1||Chelsea|
|29.05.19||Chelsea||4 - 1||Arsenal|
|16.05.19||New England Revolution||0 - 3||Chelsea|
|12.05.19||Leicester City||0 - 0||Chelsea|
|09.05.19||Chelsea||1 - 1||Eintracht Frankfurt|
|05.05.19||Chelsea||3 - 0||Watford FC|
|02.05.19||Eintracht Frankfurt||1 - 1||Chelsea|
|28.04.19||Manchester United||1 - 1||Chelsea|
|22.04.19||Chelsea||2 - 2||Burnley FC|
|18.04.19||Chelsea||4 - 3||Slavia Prague|
|14.04.19||Liverpool||2 - 0||Chelsea|
|11.04.19||Slavia Prague||0 - 1||Chelsea|
|08.04.19||Chelsea||2 - 0||West Ham|
|03.04.19||Chelsea||3 - 0||Brighton|
|31.03.19||Cardiff City||1 - 2||Chelsea|
|17.03.19||Everton||2 - 0||Chelsea|
|14.03.19||Dynamo Kyiv||0 - 5||Chelsea|
|10.03.19||Chelsea||1 - 1||Wolves|
|07.03.19||Chelsea||3 - 0||Dynamo Kyiv|
|03.03.19||Fulham FC||1 - 2||Chelsea|
|27.02.19||Chelsea||2 - 0||Tottenham|
|24.02.19||Chelsea||0 - 0||Man City|
|21.02.19||Chelsea||3 - 0||Malmo FC|
|18.02.19||Chelsea||0 - 2||Manchester United|
|14.02.19||Malmo FC||1 - 2||Chelsea|
|10.02.19||Man City||6 - 0||Chelsea|
|02.02.19||Chelsea||5 - 0||Huddersfield Town|
|30.01.19||Bournemouth||4 - 0||Chelsea|
|27.01.19||Chelsea||3 - 0||Sheffield Wednesday|
|24.01.19||Chelsea||2 - 1||Tottenham|
|19.01.19||Arsenal||2 - 0||Chelsea|
|12.01.19||Chelsea||2 - 1||Newcastle United|
Our dedicated Chelsea Odds page is built as your one stop Chelsea betting resource. We provide Odds Comparison on all matches, outright markets, stats and form to help you make more informed decisions on your bets.
When taking a punt on the English Premier League, or just English football in general, betting on Chelsea has been a popular proposition. The club has established itself as one of the most well-known and successful teams in England with regular success over the past 20 years, and a number of internationally-renowned players have graced the pitch at Stamford Bridge in that period.
Five Premier League titles, a Champions League win and numerous cup successes have characterised the club in the period since the Premier League began in 1992. In contrast, the club had just a solitary title win to its name in the previous 100 years of domestic English football.
Chelsea odds, as you would anticipate with this kind of pedigree, are usually low in terms of backing the team nicknamed The Blues, so going against the London-based team, or adding the club to accumulator bets, could be the more favourable options when looking to increase those potential betting returns. However, consistent success down the years has made betting against Chelsea a risky undertaking.
Even when the club seems to have its back against the wall, it comes out swinging. One fallow season is usually followed up by a successful period in turn, and the club is never far from the limelight.
It is perhaps no surprise to see the pre-season odds on Chelsea to win the Premier League are at the low end considering the riches of Roman Abramovich that bankroll the club. That said, the English Premier League is awash with money, and all clubs in the division are able to splash the cash, although not many as regularly and as liberally as The Blues.
The team's relative dominance has been threatened by the establishment as Manchester City as a serious footballing powerhouse (the same impact has been felt around the hallways of Old Trafford and the Emirates Stadium too), although Chelsea often find a way to fight their way back to the top, with or without Jose Mourinho.
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As you would expect of a team of Chelsea's stature, finding favourable odds at which to back the club on a 1x2 win can be tricky. Over the course of Premier League history, the team based in west London have become regular contenders at the top of the league, as well as in domestic cup competitions and in Europe too, and bookmaker odds usually reflect the fact that this is a side with serious financial backing.
Indeed, down the years Chelsea have been one of the Premier League's biggest spenders on talent, often bringing in players from other leagues at great expense. But it is fair to say the strategy has been successful, both in securing on-pitch success, and raising the profile of the club both home and abroad. Betting on Chelsea has therefore become a staple of football fans around the world, while betting against The Blues can be seen as a risky bet to take.
Although there have been seasons when Chelsea scored a lot of goals, most of the success of the club has been built on defensive resilience. For that reason, betting against Both Teams to Score in Chelsea matches became a bet of choice of savvy punters, but of course things can change quickly in the game of football. Handicap betting has also been a feature when punters have bet on Chelsea down the years, as it is when betting on all of English football's big boys, of which Chelsea are a fully paid up member.
Other than that, it is all about securing the best odds when betting on a team of the fame of Chelsea. No self-respecting bookmaker is going to take its eye of the ball and offer a Chelsea victory at generous odds, so securing even small margins of difference by using our bet comparison tool is the smart approach.
Over the course of the past 15 years or so, up to and including the end of the 2018/19 season, Chelsea have placed themselves as the most successful, and arguably most internationally recognised team in London, which does not reflect the team's historical position as a smaller neighbour to Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
When the Premier League began in 1992, Chelsea was a club that had had sporadic success over the previous century or so, but the team known as The Blues had never been one of the big boys in terms of English domestic football. That perception slowly began to change as the club's position in London began to attract some notable talent in the form of Ruud Gullit, Gianluca Vialli and Gianfranco Zola.
Some cup success was achieved, but betting on Chelsea would still not involve backing a title tilt as the club still lacked the consistency of the likes of Manchester United.
The situation began to change when Roman Abramovich arrived with his millions, and the Russian set about putting Chelsea firmly on the footballing map.
The final piece of the jigsaw was the arrival of Jose Mourinho as coach. The self-proclaimed 'Special One' led the London club to title success with a team built around the talents of John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba, and over the intervening years the team has secured regular titles and numerous cup successes, even though the coach seems to change at Chelsea as regularly as the weather.
Perhaps the biggest moment in the club's history arrived with the Champions League win of 2011/12, against the odds. Betting on Chelsea to win has become a common feature of single bet slips and football accas over the course of Premier League history, and the club enjoys fame both domestically and abroad, attracting more and more punters to back Chelsea to win.
The odds may not always be favourable, however, so shopping around using our odds comparison tool is highly recommended.
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