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Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham

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England England Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham
 
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45 mins — Chelsea vs Tottenham 1-0 — Terry goal vs Tottenham
56 mins — Chelsea vs Tottenham 2-0 — Walker goal vs Tottenham
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Barclays Premier League 2014/15 Odds

To Win Outright
Chelsea
1.1
Man City
7.0
Arsenal
51.0
Man Utd
151.0
Southampton
501.0
Liverpool
201.0
Tottenham
501.0

Barclays Premier League 2014/15 Without Chelsea & Man City Odds

To Win Outright
Arsenal
1.6
Man Utd
3.3
Liverpool
8.0
Southampton
34.0
Tottenham
34.0

Barclays Premier League 2014/15 Odds

Top Goalscorer
Sergio Aguero (Man City)
2.2
Diego Costa (Chelsea)
2.2
Harry Kane (Tottenham)
8.0
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal)
34.0
Charlie Austin (QPR)
34.0
Wayne Rooney (Man Utd)
51.0
Wilfried Bony (Man City)
67.0
Saido Berahino (West Brom)
67.0
Romelu Lukaku (Everton)
81.0
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
81.0
Olivier Giroud (Arsenal)
81.0
Robin van Persie (Man Utd)
101.0

UEFA Champions League 2014/15 Odds

To Win Outright
Bayern Munich
3.8
Real Madrid
3.8
Barcelona
4.3
Chelsea
8.0
Juventus
21.0
Atletico Madrid
21.0
PSG
29.0
Borussia Dortmund
41.0
Man City
51.0
FC Porto
51.0
Bayer Leverkusen
51.0
Monaco
51.0
Arsenal
81.0
Basel
301.0
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