Off the back of their European encounters against Rennes and Zenit St Petersburg, respectively, Tottenham Hotspur play host to Chelsea on Sunday in the game of the weekend.
Tottenham’s previous game in the Premier League saw them lose embarrassingly to Crystal Palace 3-0 as Odsonne Edouard scored twice on his debut for the Eagles, while Wilfred Zaha scored an early penalty. Chelsea, on the other hand, are coming off a 3-0 win against Aston Villa, where Romelu Lukaku continued his great start to life at Chelsea scoring twice, with Mateo Kovacic grabbing the other goal.
Last season’s games saw Chelsea win 1-0 away at Spurs thanks to a Jorginho penalty, while the earlier encounter saw the points shared and a similarly right game is expected here.
With Chelsea possessing the firepower of Lukaku and Spurs showing the weaknesses they have in the defence while also potentially missing Son Heung-min, this puts Chelsea in the driving seat with a win, albeit, a narrow one.