With the Blues still struggling for solidity in the back, Al Hain-Cole expects a lot of goal action when Pearson's men visit Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea will be determined to bounce back from defeat when Watford is welcomed to Stamford Bridge in Saturday's Premier League clash.
The Blues saw their five-game winning streak end with a shocking 3-2 loss to West Ham on Wednesday, a result that kept them fourth and in a fight for the Champions League.
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However, they are clear 2/5 (1.40) favorites with bet365 to leave that behind when reaching the top against further opposition to the relegation fight.
Nigel Pearson's men have only picked up one point out of a possible nine since play resumed and have 13/2 (7.50) long shots to claim their first victory on this field since 1986.
Only one of the last 15 games in this field has led to a draw, but there are 7/2 (4.50) odds available for this to end in a stalemate.
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Callum Hudson-Odoi could be involved after taking his place on the bench after an injury against West Ham, although Fikayo Tomori may not be approved despite returning to training.
Long-term absentees Daryl Janmaat, Gerard Deulofeu and Isaac Success are the visitors' only concerns about injuries.
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The defeat at the London stadium proved that Frank Lampard's team has not lost the inconsistent streak that plagued their season before the game's suspension, after a five-game run that produced victories over the three teams above them in the league.
This unpredictability must be largely attributed to having the fourth best attack in the league, but only the eleventh best defense, granting the same number of goals as Brighton, who fights against relegation.
That combination has certainly provided a lot of entertainment, with 30 of his 45 games in all competitions producing at least three goals and 12 seeing four or more.
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With the Hornets battling for form, the odds of 21/20 (2.05) seem worthwhile for Chelsea to secure a seventh win in eight over Watford and more than 2.5 goals for the eighth straight game.