How Many Goals Will Bayern Score v Chelsea?

If Chelsea are capable of conceding three goals away to West Ham United in the Premier League, one worries about the Blues defence when they travel to the Allianz Arena to face arguably the best team in Europe.

Frank Lampard’s side did well to come through the group stage of the competition after losing their opening game against Valencia, although they were absolutely humbled at home to the German champions and their trip to Munich is likely to be very difficult.

Bayern Munich are a best price 4/7 to win this second leg clash and those odds are bigger than normal due to the fact that Hansi Flick’s side don’t need a victory in order to go through. They don’t even need a draw considering that they hold a massive advantage after a 3-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

Since drawing 0-0 with RB Leipzig on Sunday 9 February, Bayern managed to land an incredible seventeen consecutive victories and the only issue is that Munchen have experienced a delay in proceedings since beating Bayer Leverkusen in the German Cup on 4 July.

Can Chelsea Stage the Great Escape at the Allianz?

Frank Lampard will have happy memories of the Allianz Arena considering that Chelsea claimed a famous Champions League success at this ground when winning the final against Bayern in 2012, when a Didier Drogba-inspired Blues side won on penalties.

Lampard loves his Chelsea team to play attacking football and William Hill offer 24/5 that the visitors claim a victory on the night, even if their odds about winning the clash are a lot heftier at 33/1. The English side would need to win by at least three goals although a 4-1 win would be enough to go through.

That looks a farcical situation when you consider that Bayern were in devastating form after the lockdown and there wasn’t really a title race as soon as they won 1-0 away to Dortmund.

What Are the Best Bets for This Match?

While Bayern Munich don’t need to win the game, they will want to prepare properly before a potential clash against Barcelona or Napoli. Therefore, we can expect the Bavarian side to be at full strength and we’re confident they will put on a professional display.

However, Chelsea have nothing to lose considering Lampard will know that they’re effectively out of the competition and we are likely to see the Blues get on the front foot in this clash.

In truth, this clash could be a really entertaining match between two teams who are going to be out in search of goals and we are happy to back four or more goals to be scored, while the correct score of 4-2 makes appeal too.


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