Tottenham vs Chelsea Premier League Match Prediction


Spurs already hold the record for the highest home attendance in an English club game after 85,512 fans turned out to watch last season's match against Leverkusen.

The Spurs have grabbed headlines this week after securing the services of Davinson Sanchez in an effort to strengthen the side defensively.

Although Conte won the Premier League in his first season with Chelsea, the Blues boss claims the champions still lack the solid foundations required to compete for top prizes every year.

According to the prediction of this match, Chelsea had more chance to win this game over Spurs.

I'm not sure why Mauricio Pochettino played Moussa Sissoko against Newcastle but if Heung-Min Son does come in then I think Spurs can stretch Chelsea's defence and get a hard-earned win, potentially with Son getting a late victor as the game opens up a bit more.

Marcos Alonso's double sealed Chelsea's first win of the season and Tottenham's disappointing start to life at Wembley. While they will face Hotspur in the second week of Premier League. And getting a good result against the reigning league champions would do wonders for their confidence and morale.

"I thought this season would be hard, we lost a lot of strong players that built a strong base". Wingers Erik Lamela and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou are the other absentees, while young Kyle Walker-Peters, who got the man of the match award on his debut last week, will once again take up a place in the starting eleven.

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These two sides last met at Wembley.

The start of the 2017-18 house party was not great last weekend. Christian Eriksen didn't find the net for Tottenham in the 2-0 victory, but was integral in picking up the win.

The Spaniard earned Chelsea the lead with two minutes to go at the Northwest London venue, having opened the scoring in the first half with a powerful free kick.

Chelsea have lost just two of their last 17 games in all competitions against Tottenham (W8 D7 L2).

Alderweireld, considered one of the most consistent defenders in the Premier League, has three years remaining on his deal with Spurs, which pays £49,000 a week.

Though an argument could be made that £58 million is far too much for a player who has yet to exceed 16 league starts in a season, there's no denying that the Spanish forward is good at what he does.