Thomas Tuchel has had an impressive start to his reign as Chelsea boss; unbeaten in his first 11 games in all competitions, winning eight. Another remarkable stat is that in those 11 games, his side have kept nine clean sheets – including against the likes of Liverpool, Spurs and Atletico Madrid - and only conceded two goals.
The German tactician will be hoping his side can make it nine wins out of 12 when they visit Leeds in Saturday’s early kick-off. A win for Chelsea will put them above Leicester City in third on goal difference and one point away from second-placed Manchester United, as the battle for those important Champions League places heats up. Leeds, on the other hand, have lost their last two league games, losing 1-0 at home to Aston Villa before defeat last time out at West Ham.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have failed to score in both of their last games, and we can see that happening again against a Chelsea side that has been rock-solid at the back since Tuchel’s arrival. Odds are 9/4 with Skybet for Chelsea to win to nil against Leeds on Saturday.