It is crunch time in the race for the Champions League tonight when Chelsea host Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge with just three points separating the Blues in third position and Spurs in fifth.
Arsenal are sandwiched between the clubs in fourth having played a game more, and this looks like the vital fixture in the battle for the top four.
A win for Rafa Benitez’s side would all but guarantee Champions League football given their superior goal difference, while a Spurs win would move them into the top four, one point ahead of the Gunners with two games left.
It could be a classic, and bwin go 87/100 that Chelsea pick up the points, with the draw at 13/5 and Tottenham a 29/10 chance.
But before you have a bet, take a look at these ten key betting stats you might have missed.
3: Juan Mata has scored three times in his last two games against Spurs. The Spaniard is 7/1 to score first at Stamford Bridge.
6: Both teams have scored in six of the last seven meetings. bwin go 53/100 that each team finds the net tonight.
10: Chelsea have been winning at half-time in ten of their 17 league games this season, a record only Manchester United can better. The Chelsea/Chelsea double result is 19/10.
12: The last two meetings between the sides have produced 12 goals. Over 4.5 goals can be backed at 18/5.
13: Gareth Bale has scored 13 goals away from home in the league this season, the joint-highest tally (shared with Robin van Persie). Bale is 9/5 to score at any time tonight.
27.9: The percentage of Tottenham’s league goals that have been scored after the 75th minute. You can get 4/1 on Spurs to score more goals than Chelsea in the last 15 minutes.
30: Chelsea have hit 30 goals in their last 15 games in all competitions at an average of exactly two per match. You can back the Blues to keep that average up at 11/5.
35: The number of goals Chelsea have conceded in their 35 Premier League games this season. It is 7/5 for Tottenham to score exactly one goal.
38: The number of goals scored in the second half of Tottenham’s 17 away league games this season, an average of 2.2 per match. It is 87/100 with bwin there are over 1.5 goals after the break.
201: Frank Lampard has scored 201 goals for Chelsea, just one shy of the club’s all-time record currently held by Bobby Tambling. The England midfielder is 2/1 to score at any time.