Tottenham vs Chelsea Confirmed Lineups

Tottenham  Hotspur welcomes Chelsea at White Hart Lane on Sunday in what is sure to be an interesting London derby fixture.

For Spurs, it will be their third London derby after drawing with Arsenal and beating West Ham while Chelsea are on a mini winning streak having won their last two games in all competitions.

Spurs are in impressive form, winning 6 of their last 7 games in all competitions. The Gunners have not suffered a loss since their opening day defeat against Manchester United.

We also have witnessed the re-emergence of Harry Kane over the past few weeks as the young Englishman has now scored 11 goals in all competitions this term.

Chelsea will be looking towards the bushy haired Brazilian to produce something good for them today as they look to revitalise their title defence.

With Eden Hazard playing like Eden Hazard and Diego Costa showing good omen of form, Chelsea might just be on course to get back to the top of the pile. Right now, the Blues are having less distance from the bottom than from the top, but a string of consecutive victories will surely see them slowly move out of the bottom half of the table.

Confirmed Lineups:

Tottenham: Lloris; Walker, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Dier, Mason; Rose; Dembele, Son, Eriksen; Kane

Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Carroll, Njie Wimmer, Onomah, Lamela,

Chelsea: Begovic; Ivanovic, Fabregas, Matic; Azpilicueta; Pedro; Hazard Zouma, Cahill, Willian, Oscar,

Subs: Amelia, Baba Rahman, Djilobodji, Mikel, Kenedy, Costa Loftus-Cheek,


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