William Hill's Crystal Palace preview

Chelsea travel to Crystal Palace on Saturday with a sublime record against their London rivals.

The Blues have won more points in Premier League London derbies than any other side in the competition’s history and are hot favourites at 4/11 with William Hill to continue that run away at Palace on Saturday.

Palace have made the worst start to a Premier League season of any side in the competition's 25-year history, so an unlikely win is available at 17/2 with the draw at 7/2.

Chelsea have had little trouble away from home thanks to three wins from three so far in the top flight. With Palace failing to score in all their games so far, William Hill’s price of 11/10 for Chelsea to win to nil is likely to be very popular with punters.

Alvaro Morata is missing, so Eden Hazard could pose the most dangerous attacking threat. He scored twice for Belgium in midweek and is enhanced with William Hill to score in a Chelsea win at 6/4, from 6/5.

Cesc Fabregas (49 goals) could become just the third Spanish player and first Spanish midfielder to net 50 goals in the Premier League after Diego Costa (52) and Fernando Torres (85). He’s 21/10 to score anytime.

Despite the weight of expectation on a comfortable Chelsea win, these matches can be tight affairs and Roy Hodgson will have had time to organise his troops. Chelsea won this fixture by a slim margin last season thanks to a sole Diego Costa header, and a repeat of that 1-0 scoreline is available at 11/2.

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Come On You Blues!