CHELSEA made it 10 in a row in midweek and should continue their winning run at Crystal Palace today.
Antonio Conte's men have turned it around in some style after a 3-0 loss at Arsenal and are 17-20 favourites at Betfair to win the Premier League.
No one would have predicted they'd be odds on before Christmas and Man City out to 9-2 after Pep Guardiola's men started with 10 wins in all competitions.
They're six points clear at the top and will take some stopping. Not only are the Blues winning – they're not conceding.
Eight of those 10 matches have been won to nil and only Man City and Spurs have breached their defence since the rout at Arsenal.
The way Palace have been defending – they've conceded 19 in seven games – it should be more than 1-0 and Chelsea are 8-13 at Ladbrokes to score 2+ as Man United did at Selhurst Park on Wednesday. That's the same price as a Blues victory.
Chelsea's title-winning side of 2004-05 racked up a Premier League record points haul of 95 and bet365 go 10-1 Antonio Conte’s table-toppers surpass that tally this season. The Blues are 10-1 (from 16-1) about them passing the current record of 14 held by Arsenal.
Zlatan Ibrahmovic is looking more like his old self and made one and netted a late winner at Palace. He is 7-5 at Coral to score again.
West Ham are another side looking up and after edging out Burnley at home in midweek they should pick up another three points when Hull visit London Stadium. The Hammers are 13-20 at Marathonbet.
In the Championship best bets could be Leeds at home to Brentford. Garry Monk's men are looking good for the play-offs and after back-to-back home wins against Aston Villa and Reading they should notch a third today at 13-10 with McBookie.
Sheffield Wednesday are also aiming for a hat-trick of home wins and are 2-5 at William to beat Rotherham.
It looks like a two-way fight for the Championship crown with Newcastle one point clear of Brighton.
Newcastle head to Burton and are 13-20 with McBookie which is a little short but bookies are only being realistic.
Brighton's task at Birmingham might have been tougher if Gary Rowett hasn't been sacked to make way for a “name”. Gianfranco Zola's taken charge but it's a tough start and I like the Seagulls at 6-5 with McBookie and William Hill.
League One leaders Scunthorpe haven't won in three but look a big price at 13-8 with Betfair at home to a Millwall side who have lost two on the trot.
That's not as bad as Bury who are without a win in 15. Chris Brass lost four in a row as caretaker boss but has done enough to be appointed until the end of the season.
Oxford visit Gigg Lane today and after four successive draws look good at 6-5 with Betfred to pick up the points.
Southend are another away that jumps out. The Shrimpers are unbeaten in seven and head to Oldham where they won 5-3 last season.
In League Two back Doncaster at home to Grimsby and Portsmouth at home to Hartlepool. Derek Adams's Plymouth should oblige at Accrington after returning to winning ways last weekend.
Bets to Consider
Chelsea to win to nil
Ibrahimovic to score