Middlesbrough vs Chelsea Betting Tips and Match Prediction

Seeking yet another memorable scalp in the FA Cup, Middlesbrough welcome Chelsea to the Riverside Stadium for Saturday’s quarter-final battle.

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Middlesbrough vs Chelsea betting odds and tips

Middlesbrough has an odd of 6.00(bet ₹100 and wins ₹600 if Middlesbrough wins). Bet Now

If this match Draws then odd is 4.33(bet ₹100 and win ₹433 if the match draws). Bet Now

Chelsea has an odd of 1.53(bet ₹100 and wins ₹153 Chelsea wins). Bet Now

More odds and Betting Tips for Middlesbrough vs Chelsea

  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Middlesbrough over 2.5. The odds are 2.10( ₹100 bet will return ₹210.)Bet Now
  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Chelsea under 2.50. The odds are 1.75( ₹100 bet will return ₹175)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Home team Middlesbrough beat the first Goal. Then it has odds of 7.00( ₹100 bet will return ₹700)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Away team Chelsea beat the first Goal, then it has odds of 1.50( ₹100 bet will return ₹150)Bet Now

Match Details

Match: Middlesbrough vs Chelsea

Date: March 19, 2022

Time: 10:45 PM (IST)

Venue: Riverside Stadium

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Squad Comparison

Middlesbrough

As if victory at Old Trafford over Manchester United was not remarkable enough for them, Middlesbrough was paired with another Premier League Big Six side in Tottenham for a place in the last eight, and the Riverside giant-killers ensured that Spurs’ barren run without a trophy would be extended to 14 years.

Not since the 2016-17 season have Middlesbrough taken to the pitch for an FA Cup quarter-final – bowing out to Manchester City 2-0 that year – while their semi-final venture in the 2005-06 campaign under Steve McClaren ended in heartbreak to West Ham United. Attempting to get one over the European champions is a slightly different kettle of fish to an inconsistent Man United or Spurs side, but Boro is on an incredible nine-game winning run at the Riverside Stadium in all competitions have only let in four goals in that stretch.

Middlesbrough Playing XI

Lumley; Dijksteel, Fry, McNair; Jones, Tavernier, Howson, Crooks, Taylor; Balogun, Connolly

Chelsea

Victory over the French champions marked a fifth win in a row for Chelsea – who had to come from behind twice to beat Luton Town 3-2 in the fifth round of the FA Cup – while Chesterfield and Plymouth Argyle have also fallen victim to Tuchel’s side in this year’s competition.

Tuchel will inevitably be forced to bat away questions regarding the club’s ownership, but his side head into the quarter-final on a five-game winning streak away from home and will endeavor to make the final four for the third season running this weekend. Chelsea and Middlesbrough have not locked horns since the Blues eased to a 3-0 win at Stamford Bridge in the 2016-17 Premier League season – their eighth win and eighth clean sheet on the bounce versus the Championship side, whose most recent win in this fixture came all the way back in 2006

Chelsea Playing XI

Kepa; Chalobah, Rudiger, Sarr; Ziyech, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso; Mount, Werner; Lukaku

Match Prediction for Middlesbrough vs Chelsea

Middlesbrough will see no reason why they cannot add Chelsea to their list of FA Cup scalps, but a fatigued Blues side still possesses the necessary defensive nous to shut out an inexperienced Boro attack.

Tuchel’s side has been far from spectacular against lower-league opposition in this season’s tournament, but a refreshed set of options upfront will feel confident of breaking the Boro resilience as the hosts’ FA Cup journey ends in front of their own fans. Middlesbrough has been inconsistent throughout the season and has surprised all by reaching the quarter-finals of the competition. Chelsea is on a five-game winning streak across all competitions and are the favorites here.

Middlesbrough 0-2 Chelsea, as predicted by us.

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