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BETTING PREVIEW: CHELSEA vs WATFORD

Chelsea will conclude their 2021-22 Premier League campaign when they welcome already-relegated side Watford to Stamford Bridge in their final game of the season on Saturday.

The Blues will be hoping to end their two-game winless run across all competition after they were forced to share the spoils with Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on Thursday evening.

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Chelsea comes into this match sitting in third place on the league table with 73 points after 37 games, three points ahead of London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in fourth place.

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Watford will be looking to put their humiliating defeat to Leicester City behind them after suffering a 5-1 defeat at Vicarage Road after they conceded goals by Jamie Vardy, Harvey Barnes and James Maddison this past weekend.

The Hornets, who have already been relegated to the Championship, will enter their final fixture of the season sitting in 19th place on the log with 23 points after 37 matches played.

In head-to-head stats between the two sides, Chelsea has been totally dominant over Watford, having won five out of five of their last meetings in the Premier League.

Thomas Tuchel will be without the likes of Ben Chilwell, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Timo Werner for their final game of the campaign, while Kai Havertz, Andreas Christensen and Mateo Kovacic’s fitness remain in question.

Roy Hodgson only has two injury concerns in the form of Juraj Kucka and Imran Louza, while Tom Cleverley, Cucho Hernández, Emmanuel Dennis, Kiko Femenía, Joshua King and Nicolas Nkoulou is doubtful for the final match.

Mason Mount will lock to cap his season off with a stellar performance as he will finish as Chelsea’s top scorer in the Premier League with

Ismaïla Sarr will be looking to rediscover his form and add to the five goals he’s already scored in the league after recovering from a long term injury.

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