League Cup Final 2015 Betting Tips and Odds: Chelsea v Spurs

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It\’s Chelsea v Tottenham at Wembley as the first silverware-proper of the season is up for grabs in a repeat of the 2008 League Cup final. Spurs got the better of Chelsea that day in extra time but can they do so again?

Best Bets

In the 2008 League Cup final Chelsea, then managed by Avram Grant, were strong favourites. Petr Cech, John Terry and John Obi Mikel remain from those days but they won’t want to look back on a game they lost 2-1 in extra time.

They are favourites once again here, priced at odds of just 8/11 with Betfred to win in 90 minutes or even lower odds of 4/11 to lift the cup. In contrast Spurs are priced at 2/1 with bet365 (£200 free bet) to win the League Cup outright and at odds of 9/2 with Coral (£20 free bet) to do so in 90 minutes.

The most recent game between these London rivals came on New Year’s Day when Harry Kane inspired Spurs to a memorable 5-3 home win over the Blues. Kane got two that day and looked unplayable and he will come into this game full of confidence and knowing he can hurt Chelsea, especially given the Pensioners will be without the suspended Nemanja Matic, who is so crucial to their defensive record.

Jose Mourinho is a master tactician but he will be alarmed at some of the recent performances his side have produced, conspiracies or otherwise. He would often approach a final cautiously but against Spurs we suspect he will be more attacking and we expect an open game, albeit not one with eight goals!

However, given the form of Kane and the creativity provided by the superb Eriksen, we think betting on both teams to score makes great sense here at nice odds of 4/5 with Betfred. Finals can be cagey but Spurs are far better going forward and they will know their best chance is to attack in the absence of Matic.

Overall we expect a close game, with 1-1 or even 2-2 the scores we favour as we predict a repeat of the extra time seen in the 2008 final. Spurs have proved incredibly resilient this season, often coming from behind, and so our betting tip here is for the irrepressible Kane to score last at nice odds. Our second betting tip and another one at nice odds, is for both teams to score and the game to end in a draw, with BetVictor’s 17/4 a standout price.