Tuesday, Anfield, 8pm, live on Sky Sports
I CALLED it spot on when these sides met in the FA Cup Final last Saturday.
Predicting the outcome of this one could be even tougher with neither side focusing too much on the result.
Liverpool will want to end their home season on a positive note after notching just five wins at Anfield while the Blues' have now turned their attentions to the Champions League Final a week on Saturday.
Mathematically Chelsea can still make the top four but realistically are going to finish fifth or sixth so beating Bayern Munich seems to be their best chance of a return to the elite tournament next season.
Both sides are likely to make changes after Chelsea's 2-1 victory at Wembley and the most significant could be up front.
Andy Carroll and generally caused mayhem when he came on as a sub while it could Fernando Torres for Didier Drogba as the main man is wrapped in cotton wool ahead of the big one.
Under 2.5 goals pays 20-23 with BetVictor and I'm looking at 1-1 scoreline that is on offer at 6-1 (various).
(13-5, William Hill)
Carroll to score
(9-4, Stan James)
Under 2.5 goals