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Chelsea and Tottenham reacquaint themselves for the third time this month having already met in a League Cup semi-final double-header, in which Thomas Tuchel’s men were largely dominant as they booked their ticket in the Wembley showpiece. Antonio Conte will be seeking to avenge his side’s elimination.
The Italian oversaw a memorable comeback on Wednesday night, as Steven Bergwijn netted twice in the dying embers against Leicester to snatch a win from the jaws of defeat. The Foxes were 2-1 up in the 95th minute at the King Power, but Spurs travelled back to the capital with a 3-2 win and three historic points.
They will now be looking to take that momentum into this all-London clash on Sunday. Chelsea have been in patchy form of late, winless in four Premier League matches, and having won just one of their previous seven, adding a huge emphasis to get back to triumphant ways this weekend.
Thomas Tuchel may just to be feeling what it’s like being a Chelsea manager who can’t buy a Premier League win. They’re a rare breed, to put it mildly, so the German will be determined improve the form book, and what better way to turn the tide than against a fierce London rival? This is a must-win.
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Chelsea vs Tottenham: Match Stats
Harry Kane, despite only netting five times in the Premier League this season, an extraordinarily low figure by his standards at this stage of the season, has registered 25 shots on target, a stat bettered only by current Golden Boot leader Mohamed Salah (38). Together with misfiring Romelu Lukaku, the duo will be itching to get on the scoresheet and start building confidence back up.
This game is likely to be intense. Conte’s sides are notorious runners, while Tuchel’s men are as industrious as they come. Chelsea currently rank fifth in the Premier League for tackles made (365) this season, better than any other ‘Big Six’ side. For context, Man Utd rank 14th (320), Spurs rank 15th (312), Liverpool 16th (295), Arsenal 17th (294) and Man City 19th (284).
19 Sep 2021 – Brighton 1-2 Leicester – Premier League
04 Feb 2021 – Leicester 1-0 Brighton – Premier League
29 Nov 2020 – Leicester 3-0 Brighton – Premier League
Tottenham, quite incredibly, have won just one of their last 31 away league games against Chelsea. That win came in April 2018 under Conte, a 3-1 triumph thanks to goals from Christian Eriksen and a Dele Alli brace.