CHELSEA travel to Spain to take on fellow table toppers Sevilla in the Champions League and you can back the Blues at a huge 15/1 to win.
Both sides are joint top in Group E with ten points from four games as they will be out to try and finish top.
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Frank Lampard will be torn between resting key players or going out to win the group in Spain.
And the incentive is there for either team – as whoever wins the group is likely to top the group and earn themselves a favourable last-16 draw.
Two of the Blues' most dangerous attack-minded players Christian Pulisic and Kai Havertz both came off the bench against Tottenham and could start in Spain.
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