Chelsea v Napoli Tips - Pace On The Break

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A very potent Napoli travel to Chelsea tomorrow in the Champions League, carrying with them a two goal advantage. Chelsea need to push from the start if they are to have any chance of going through and there are not many better teams than Napoli on the counter attack at the moment.

Napoli come into the game off the back of a 6-3 demolition of Cagliari and in their last five away from home, they've hit the net eight times. The Chelsea rear guard is all over the place currently and things are up in the air after the sacking of AVB. Terry may return but if he does, a Luiz - Terry partnership could be ripped apart by the pace of Lavezzi, guile of Hamsik and finishing of Cavani. I'm looking at goals at both ends in this one. It was Lavezzi that did the damage in the first Napoli v Chelsea game and look for him to cause more problems on the counter.

Chelsea v Napoli Advised Tips
Tip 1: Chelsea v Napoli Both teams to score @ 4/6 (general)
Tip 2: Napoli over 1.5 goals @ 21/10 (SB)
Tip 3: Lavezzi anytime scorer for Napoli @ 5/2 (general)

Market Value
The market hasn't yet been formed but with Chelsea likely to be caught on the counter on numerous occasions, the player bookings are of interest. The rash Luiz and the slow Terry as well as the full backs being caught when they go forward are all susceptible to a booking in this game. A red card at any time may also be a decent play at best price 5/2 currently with Ladbrokes. It's also 5/2 on a penalty being awarded.. Waiting on prices for player bookings.

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