They will be short enough around 8/13 but Chelsea should beat West Ham when the pair meet in on Monday night. Antonio Conte (right) and his men look almost certain to win the League and most firms have them priced at 1/10. The Hammers have come on a lot in the last few months and they beat Chelsea the last two times they've met on home turf, but the big gap in the table doesn't lie.
Trained by Venetia Williams, Tenor Nivernais looks a very smart chaser indeed, and put in one of his best performances to date when winning a decent handicap by a country mile with a front-running ride at Ascot a few weeks ago. He's back in action for today's Listed Premier Chase at Kelso (4.0) and while he's short enough around 5/6, this looks like a straight-forward task. He previously placed in a Grade Three at Cheltenham and Le Mercurey looks to be the only real danger.