Rafael Benitez returns to Anfield for the first time since leaving Liverpool in 2010.
It will be a strange atmosphere for Rafa who will most likely receive a better reception from the home crowd, than his own set of fans.
Since Rafa was last in the dugout for this fixture, Liverpool have won four of the games, and drew one, does this bode well for the red men?
On the pitch, it is all set to be a tight affair, with Chelsea going all out to try and secure a Champions League spot, from fellow London rivals Arsenal and Spurs.
Liverpool’s only remaining hope of a successful season is to finish above rivals Everton, and know that home wins are imperative to make that happen.
It won’t be easy for the reds with Chelsea looking to finish the season on a high following their exit from the F.A Cup, whilst still maintaining one eye on Europe.
Fernando Torres has looked a completely different player over the last month, as his confidence is growing, seemingly after putting on his mask.
It’s transformed him, and he has regained the ability to attack defences in the way he did when gracing the turf at Anfield many years ago.
He knows the weaknesses of the centre-half duo of Agger and Carragher, having trained with them for so long.
It would be no surprise to see Torres on the score-sheet, and the 7/1 for the Spaniard to net first looks on the large side, having previously had so much success in this fixture previously (albeit on the other side). 21/10 for him to net any-time is big enough to tempt us in to a small saver, and it all looks set for Rafa and Torres to team up again to devilish effect at Anfield once more.
There is sure to be goals in the game, with a draw being no good for either side, so the 4/5 for over 2.5 appeals massively.
Both defences have had their troubles in the past, and although Liverpool’s consecutive clean-sheets look promising, you have to take into account they were against West Ham and Reading, who haven’t got the most potent attacks.
Whereas Chelsea have an attack-minded back-four, who tend to go walkabout when their side have possesion leaving themselves exposed to the counter-attacking threat of Liverpool, with the pace of Sturridge, and trickery of Suarez and Coutinho.
Liverpool v Chelsea very rarely disappoints and the 15/1 for a 2-2 draw, makes the most appeal in the correct score market.
Advice to back with BetVictor:
1 point win: Fernando Torres FGS @ 7/1
1 point win: Fernando Torres any-time @ 21/10
2 points: Over 2.5 goals @ 4/5
0.5 points: 2-2 correct score @ 15/1