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Chelsea ran out much more comfortable victors than the 1-0 scoreline suggested as they dominated Everton last weekend. The Blues managed to deny their opponents a clear scoring chance in the last 40 minutes which is impressive work.
At Stamford Bridge, the hosts had nine wins, seven draws and just three defeats in the top-flight last season. Their last two league defeats have come to London sides losing to Arsenal and Brentford.
Tottenham were also easy winners on the opening day defeating Southampton 4-1 and managed this even without Kane and Son netting. After conceding first the North London side showed their class to create numerous chances.
Away from White Hart Lane, Spurs had a reasonable record but will be looking to improve on nine wins, four draws and six defeats. Four of their last six losses on the road have come against London sides.
Chelsea vs Tottenham Match Stats
Games between Big Six sides tend to be close affairs and this one looks to be no exception between two evenly matched sides. Both sides won on the opening day and you can imagine that both would take a point this early in the campaign.
Spurs did blank here last season but ended the season in great away scoring form and they should pose a much sterner attacking threat than an Everton side without a recognised striker. You can get a little extra price on the draw bet by taking the game to finish all-square and both teams to score.
23 January 2022 -Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham – Premier League
12 January 2022- Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea – League Cup
5 January 2022 – Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham – League Cup
19 September 2021 – Tottenham 0-3 Chelsea – Premier League
4 February 2021 – Tottenham 0-1 Chelsea – Premier League
These two sides met four times last season (twice in the league and twice in the League Cup) and Chelsea won all these. You have to go back to January 2019 for the last time Tottenham beat their London rivals in 90 minutes and April 2018 at Stamford Bridge.