EPL Week 38 Cardiff City V Chelsea Odds 11th May 2014Posted on 08/05 by G Waldorf
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Cardiff’s fight for survival come to an end in week 37 with a 3-0 defeat to Newcastle. Chelsea also dropped points in a 0-0 draw with Norwich. Although their title hopes were slim, they are definitely over now. With both teams having little to play for, Chelsea’s superior form should see them win comfortably in their last game of the season. We suggest Chelsea here at odds of
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Cardiff City V Chelsea - Cardiff City Stadium - 23:30 Sunday 11th May 2014 (odds subject to change)
Cardiff City V Chelsea head to head odds
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Cardiff City V Chelsea Correct Score odds
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