Football tips: Chelsea & Leicester can land Sunday’s 6/1 PP News Daily Double

PPTV broadcaster Graham Byrne has picked out his two top punts for Sunday.


The Thomas Tuchel era at Stamford Bridge got off to a flat start with a scoreless draw with Wolves, but there’s no point reading too much into that as the new manager was only able to hold one training session prior to the game. The German gaffer is known throughout Europe for his style of play and the extra time on the training ground he has spent with the players this week should pay dividends against a Burnley team that has only beaten Chelsea once in the last 13 Premier League meetings.

  • Chelsea v Burnley: 12pm – BT Sport 1

Sean Dyche’s men are on a great run currently, with recent victories over Liverpool and Aston Villa propelling them up the table, but this should be a bridge too far for them and it’s worth backing Chelsea in the HT/FT market as they been leading at HT and FT in five of the last six meetings between the teams.


After the Chelsea v Burnley match, is one of the most interesting games of the weekend. Leeds will still be having nightmares about the Foxes 4-1 victory at Elland Road earlier in the season, and despite the absence of Jamie Vardy, it’s possible something similar can happen again.

Brendan Rodgers has got his men right in the hunt again for a Champions League berth and despite the loss of his talismanic striker, they should still have enough quality to see off Leeds.

  • Leicester v Leeds, 2pm – Sky Sports Main Event

James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have been causing problems all season and I’d expect that to continue against a Leeds team that has been chopping and changing their personnel in midfield recently.

Marcelo Bielsa’s team are one of the best to watch in the league and they and they should be good for a goal in this one. Backing Leicester to Win and BTTS seems the logical selection in what should be an entertaining game.

PP News Daily Double

Sunday, January 31

Chelsea: HT/FT
Leicester to Win and BTTS

All odds are correct at time of first publishing, but may subsequently change.


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