Tottenham Hotspur are currently nestled in the table’s second highest placement, after accumulating four wins, one defeat, and a total score of 12 points. The side will have to bulk up a little harder as they will be faced with a major challenge from another Premier League superpower, Chelsea. The match will be held at the White Hart Lane stadium on a 19:45 kick-off.
Tottenham’s Etienne Capoue and Aaron Lennon, as well as Chelsea’s Tomas Kalas, are all sidelined due to injury. This means that both teams will have the opportunity to take advantage of each other’s deficiency but will also need to look after their teammates to prevent their enemies from creating scoring chances. Four of Tottenham’s past five matches have been superb. The fixtures were soaring victories, with just one tourney falling off the lane. Chelsea’s previous matches, meanwhile, were generally riveting, except for two battles that ended in zero goals (one draw, one loss).
Football betting tip: Although they have been robust in their Premier League stint this season, Chelsea were quite ill in the continental tourneys after incurring back-to-back defeats in the Super Cup and Champions League. Whereas Tottenham are giving off pulsating performances in their recent matches, capped by an impressive win over Tromso in the Champions League. In this match between the English powerhouses, a victorious Tottenham might see themselves waving their flag by end of the tourney.