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EFL Soccer Betting: Bet on Goals in Chelsea vs Liverpool Match

For the second time in three years, Chelsea and Liverpool go head-to-head in the League Cup final. Our soccer analyst provides betting tips and the best soccer bets today for this highly anticipated match.


EFL Soccer Betting: Bet on Goals in Chelsea vs Liverpool Match
EFL Soccer Betting: Bet on Goals in Chelsea vs Liverpool Match


Chelsea vs Liverpool Match Information

1.Match: Chelsea vs Liverpool – EFL Cup Final
2.Location: Wembley Stadium, London, England
3.Day/Time: Sunday, Feb. 25, 10 a.m. ET
4. Chelsea vs Liverpool Live Stream: Fubo.tv


And then there were two. With the Premier League season now gearing up for an exciting end, fans will witness the first competition winner as Liverpool and Chelsea square off in the EFL Cup Final.

Liverpool has outperformed every expectation this season, with manager Jurgen Klopp carrying what can be called Liverpool 2.0.

Meanwhile, Chelsea has had a season to forget, with the club currently 10th in the league table despite spending over $1 billion last year, so we can’t trust them to beat Liverpool.

The visitors enter this clash as favorites at our online sportsbook with a +110 moneyline. You can tune into the game at Fox or stream it live on FuboTV on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 10 am ET.


Chelsea vs Liverpool Odds and Spreads


1. Liverpool is unbeaten in their last eight meetings with Chelsea.
2. Liverpool beat Chelsea 4-1 in January and has won 10 of their last 12 games.
3. Both teams have scored in their last seven games, and Chelsea has seen goals at both ends in their last five outings.
4. Liverpool has scored at least four goals in five of their last eight matches, winning by a 4-1 scoreline in three of their last five.
5. Liverpool has won and conceded in five of their last six games.
6. The two sides went scoreless for an astonishing 423 minutes of action across all competitions before finally netting once each in their first EPL match of the season.
8. The past three EFL Cup finals at Wembley have seen just three goals combined.
9. Chelsea and Liverpool played out a goalless draw in their previous EFL Cup Final showdown.


Chelsea vs Liverpool ATS Pick: Liverpool pk, -½ (-118)

Just a few weeks ago, Chelsea was pulled apart by Liverpool in the Premier League, losing 4-1 at Anfield. Although Chelsea felt aggrieved about some decisions not going their way in the early stages, Liverpool was just on a different level to Chelsea.

We expect an entertaining game with Liverpool having the necessary weapons to cover the spread, so we will include them in our soccer picks and parlays.


Chelsea vs Liverpool Player Prop Pick: Mohamed Salah 1+ Goals (+140)

Mohamed Salah is the man to watch in the anytime goalscorer market. He missed the midweek thrashing of Luton as a precaution but should be back here as he scored and assisted off the bench last weekend, making it 19 goals in 28 competitive games this season.

Make sure you check the official starting lineup before placing your player props bets.


Chelsea vs Liverpool Best Game Prop: Liverpool Wins and Both Teams To Score – Yes (+260)

Both teams have scored in each of Liverpool’s last seven games in all competitions and Chelsea has seen both teams score in their last five, so we expect Liverpool to take the win here but fail to keep a clean sheet.

The odds may be long, but we would not be surprised to see another Liverpool masterclass at Wembley. They have scored at least four goals in five of their last eight matches and won by a 4-1 scoreline three times in that period.


Chelsea vs Liverpool Prediction

Liverpool 3, Chelsea 1



Questions Of The Day

Who is in line to replace Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season?

Xabi Alonso appears to be the standout candidate, but Roberto De Zerbi, Thomas Frank, and Ange Postecoglou are among other names linked.

Will Mauricio Pochettino be sacked at the end of the season?

The Argentine is failing miserably to make the most out of the resources at his disposal, but the club’s clueless owners are also culpable.
Of course, some have attempted to defend Pochettino by pointing out that he is working in a rather chaotic environment, but he knew exactly what he was getting into and he will probably be sacked.

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