Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur entertain London rivals Chelsea in the Premier League

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There’s a huge London derby this weekend as two of the Premier League’s ‘Big Six’ go head to head. On Sunday afternoon Spurs host Chelsea at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Here at freebet.com we will preview this huge clash, providing the latest team news, betting tips and all the best odds courtesy of our betting partners, BoyleSports.

Spurs boss, Nuno Espírito Santo, will expect an immediate response from his side after they were on the receiving end of a 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace last week. Sunday’s hosts went into the game at Selhurst Park at the Premier League’s summit having won their first three games of the season. However, the manner of that defeat in South London has immediately cranked up the pressure on the Spurs boss.

Team news

Tottenham will be without a whole host of key first team players for the visit of Chelsea. Japhet Tanganga is suspended following his red card in that defeat to Chelsea whilst South American trio, Giovanni Lo Celso, Cristian Romero and Davison Sanchez remain in quarantine.

The Spurs treatment room is rapidly filling up. Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura both sustained injuries in the midweek Europa Conference League trip to Rennes. Eric Dier and Son Heung-Min remain doubtful.

With Joe Rodon likely to be Spurs’ only fit central defender, Sunday could give Chelsea forward, Romelu Lukaku an opportunity to add to the three league goals he’s scored already this season. The Belgian forward has his the ground running since returning to Stamford Bridge and at Evens he is hugely overpriced to score at any time. Lukaku is also 3/1 to score first or 5/1 to bag two or more.

Shot shy Spurs

In their first four league games, Spurs have managed just three goals. Only Wolves, Arsenal and Norwich City have scored less. During his time in the Premier League with both Wolves and Tottenham, Nuno Espírito Santo has seen his side fail to score a first half goal in 83 of his 118 games in charge, more than any other manager. Spurs are 2/5 to not score in the first half on Sunday.

Spurs are averaging just 9.5 shots per game in the Premier League so far this season – their lowest average since 2003/04. On Sunday they come up against a Chelsea side built on its imperious defence. The Blues have kept a clean sheet in 14 or their 23 league games under Thomas Tuchel and have conceded just once in their four Premier League fixtures so far in this campaign. Chelsea to win to nil should be considered at 13/8.

Match odds

  • Tottenham Hotspur – 4/1
  • Draw – 13/5
  • Chelsea – 8/11

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