Sunday, Stamford Bridge, 4pm, live on Sky Sports 1
AFTER a profitable weekend can we all make money on Super Sunday's clash between Chelsea and Liverpool?
I must admit it's a difficult call and if forced to pick one side I'd probably say Liverpool were better value at a biggest 4-1 with Betfred.
Some of Chelsea's recent displays have been disappointing and of course their last home match ended in a 5-3 defeat to Arsenal. They are a best 5-6 at the likes of Ladbrokes with the draw paying 11-4 with William Hill.
That Arsenal loss was one of several high-scoring contests between the big guns this season, following the likes of Man Utd 8, Arsenal 2 and Man Utd 1, Man City 6.
This could be another as Fernando Torres attempts to outgun his Anfield replacement Luis Suarez.
If Torres starts bet365 go 8-13 the £50million is subbed and that's highly likely.
The Spaniard is 6-5 with bet365 to play the full game and 4-7 not to score. Torres is 5-1 at Betfred to net first while Suarez, who bagged four for Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier last weekend, is 5-2 at Ladbrokes to score at any time.
Another player to consider for first goal is Frank Lampard who netted England's goal against Spain last week. He is 7-1 at Skybet.
Liverpool beat Chelsea twice last season but the scorers, Torres and Raul Meireles, now play for the Blues and this is bound to be close.
If you're thinking draw, which pays 13-5 at Chandler, then consider Liverpool plus one at 19-20 with Stan James.
Chelsea are still work in progress but the Reds haven't been scoring enough to make them dead certs but 4-1 is tempting.
Let's hope, however, it's a thriller like many of the other big games we have seen this season.
Over 2.5 goals
Suarez to score