Chelsea vs FC Champions League predictions: Zenit odds, selections, watches, live stream:
Martin Green locked up in the Champions' League on Tuesday for FC Zenit against. Chelsea
Chelsea was a Defense Master on their route to the Champions League last season. Now, after bringing Romelu Lukaku through a transfer from Inter Milan, the Blues start their search again with an additional focus on the attack. In so many English Premier League games, he has hit the goal three times for Chelsea. In 2021, the UEFA Champions League with the Russian Premier League, FC Zenit, will be the team play of Lukaku and the Blues. Juventus and Malmo FF in Group H are associated with these teams. On Paramount+, you can capture the whole event live.
The Chelsea vs. Zenit kick-off is scheduled for 3 p.m. ET. In the later Chelsea vs Zenit Odds from Caesars Sportsbook, Chelsea is the favorite at -590 (risk 590 to win $100). Zenit has a huge +1750 undercarriage, while the draw is +550. Total targets are set at over-under 3.5. Tuesday’s game with their must-have premium package will be broadcast live on Paramount+.
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Chelsea vs. Zenit FC How to Watch
Date: 14 September, Tuesday
Hour: 15:00 ET.
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You need the Chelsea vs. Zenit chosen by European football expert Martin Green before you start your match on Tuesday. Green has been a professional sports journalist and a disabled person after working in the sports betting business for many years and covering the game all around the globe. His European football selections have been spot-on since then. Since the 2017-18 season, Green has created more than $36,000 for $100 bettors and has a finger on the pulses of the game worldwide.
Green wants to pick up his scoring form and placed the opening goal of the game at +200 for Chelsea vs. Zenit. In the first three Premier League games of his second Chelsea tenure, Lukaku scored three goals. The Belgian finished second in Series A with 24 goals, only behind Cristiano Ronaldo last season (29).
On Saturday, Lukaku scored a brace against Aston Villa in Chelsea’s 3-0 win and will look forward to the scoreboard in front of a Stamford Bridge crowd.
“Last season, Chelsea’s missing link was an attacking focus, which is why it paid about $135 million to acquire the Italian champion, Inter Milan’s Lukaku,” Green told SportsLine. “The Belgian striker has scored three goals in three Blues games so far, currently at the top of the Premier League alongside Manchester United and Liverpool.”
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