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Community Shield - Chelsea vs. Manchester United Betting Odds

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 07 August 2010 14:50

Odds to Win the Community Shield The Community Shield, opens tomorrow Sunday, the domestic season with a clash between Chelsea, and his bodyguard, Manchester United, two teams seeking their marks after a disappointing World Cup for some of his players.

When is just one week before the start of the Premier League betting , the party which takes place at Wembley Stadium will reveal the level of two of the greats of English football, which struggled last season to finish for the title, which was Chelsea one point lead.

The meeting will also be the chance to see some of the World Cup, as Wayne Rooney or Nicolas Anelka, who had many difficulties with their teams during the tournament in South Africa.

Rooney, Manchester United, did not score a goal while Anelka France staged a scandal that prompted his expulsion before the end, after the press reported that he had seriously insulted the then coach, Raymond Domenech.

Chelsea comes to this "Super" with one of the most negative pre-season balances in recent years (one win and three losses in four friendly matches), with the team with physical disabilities and a game that lacked fluidity.

Manchester United made it a little better, with four wins and two losses, but much weaker rivals. Although the team was not in his prime, some young people were rising talents like Tom Cleverley.

The bookmakers are now just giving Chelsea an edge in the correct score margins. You'll find a 1-0 result to the Blues listed at 7/1 while 2-1 is rewarding at 9/1 while a higher-scoring 3-2 affair would reward at 33/1.

Manchester United to capture the Community Shield in a 1-0 victory pays out at 15/2 and a 2-1 result pays out at 10/1. 3-2 for United is also priced at 33/1.

Among the surprises that could book the Community Shield will have to have the presence of Mexican prodigy Manchester United, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, who at 22 years and excels in the team and has earned the admiration of veteran coach Alex Ferguson.

With his selection in the World Cup, Hernandez scored against France and is impressing in England, thanks to three goals in three games, although in principle start from the bench, while Ecuador's Antonio Valencia is emerging as a starter.

At Chelsea, the young Frenchman Gaƫl Kakuta, in principle also reserves could be an interesting asset for the second half, thanks to a good physical moment which showed in the friendly against Hamburg on Wednesday.

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