Blues Boosted to $4 for another EPL Title
August 07, 2015
Chelsea won the English Premier League in a canter last season so it’s no surprise their favourites to retain their title. They’re paying around $2.75 with Unibet to keep hold of the trophy but you can back the back the Blues to be Champions again for $4 if you’re quick.
To get the enhanced odds on Chelsea you’ll need to become a Unibet Customer. One you’ve signed up with the bookmaker head to their promotions page and you’ll see the special. Follow the prompts to place your Boosted Blues Bet. 1 maximum $40 wager can be made and it must be done before the season starts on Saturday night (Australian Time).
Chelsea Chasing Successive Titles
Chelsea won last season’s league by an impressive 9 points in May this year, finishing with 26 wins and just 3 losses. They took Man City’s crown who finished miles back in second spot. And while the likes of Arsenal, both Manchester clubs and perhaps even Liverpool will look to mount a more serious challenge this campaign, the current kings of England are still the team to beat. Jose Mourinho’s men don’t lose on their own turf, while they rarely lose to their title rivals!
Swansea to Start
Chelsea kick off their season against Swansea on Saturday and will look to shrug off a poor pre-season by beginning with a bang in at the Bridge. They romped the Swans home and away last season, recording 4-2 and 0-5 wins respectively. Fiery forward Diego Costa scored 5 of Chelsea’s 9 goals against the Welsh club which included his first EPL hat-trick. The Spaniard though is in doubt for Chelsea’s opening game as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury. But even without their strong striker, the hosts have plenty of fire-power including one of the world’s best players in Eden Hazard. Chelsea are $1.36 with Unibet to collect all 3 points this weekend!
The Champions are also included in 2 other Unibet Bet promotions ahead of the EPL opening Round. Clients can get the enhanced odds of $3.25 for Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal all to win their first fixtures and $2.25 for just a Chelsea, Man U double.