Fernando Torres looks well-placed to make up for lost time against Premier League newcomers Swansea on Saturday, after breaking his goal-drought at Old Trafford last Sunday.
The Spaniard’s £50 million price tag has looked a huge millstone around his neck, but the striker looked like his old self against Manchester United – THAT miss apart.
The touch and movement were back, as was the predatory instinct shown through his early second-half strike.
Torres has odds of 11/4 with bwin to net first on Saturday against the Welsh side and start improving his dismal record of two goals in 19 league appearances for the Blues.
Customers using their free £25 bet would pocket £93.75 for Torres to successfully score first.
The Swans have conceded five in their opening two Premier League away matches, and with the added pressure from the returning Didier Drogba and emerging Daniel Sturridge, expect a motivated Torres to make hay on Saturday.
Alternatively, Torres’ Spanish teammate Juan Mata looks a good bet at 11/2 to score the last goal at Stamford Bridge.
The attacking midfielder has settled well in west London, and has already netted last against Norwich and Bayer Leverkusen this season.
Those looking for some value for Swansea shouldn’t be discouraged.
Despite a 100 per cent home record this term, Chelsea’s defence has proved porous having conceded in both home league matches this season, and former Chelsea youngster Scott Sinclair looks a good price to net any time at odds of 11/4 on his return to the Bridge.
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