Fans score big with Abraham on Play Predictor

A total of 66,332 supporters took part in the first midweek round of the Play Predictor game, which allows fans to compete against each other for every Chelsea game in all competitions this season by trying to accurately predict a number of match events.

Wednesday night’s match certainly rewarded those who were confident of a big performance from the Blues, but it seemed not everyone expected quite such a one-sided victory at Stamford Bridge, with just 1,802 people getting the 6-0 score line right.

However, it was Abraham who allowed people to make up the points, with an impressive 16,687 getting the full 20 points for correctly predicting the striker would get our first goal, while a further 5,528 got five points because their picks, Ross Barkley and Kai Havertz, netted later in the game. Top marks for originality, but unfortunately no points, to the four fans who claimed that goalkeeper Willy Caballero would open the scoring!