The International break is over and Chelsea would be looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the season when they visit Wembley in this game, however, Spurs know that only a win would keep them within touching distance of their title rivals.
The hosts have been waiting to move into their new stadium since the start of the season and that could be on until next season, Nevertheless, they have managed to collect 9 wins that has placed them just 5 points off the top of the Premier League table.
They are not doing as good in the Champions League and need a win against Inter Milan next week to keep them in the competition ahead of the knockout stages, so they would most likely have an eye on that game as they take to the field here.
Chelsea can focus fully on getting all three points in this game as they have already qualified for the knockout stage of the Europa League, however, they would still face a major hurdle if they want to get all three points from this game.
Chelsea are unbeaten in all competitions since they lost to Manchester City in the Community Shield. This is a run of 18 games, 14 of which have ended in wins for them.
They were held to a goalless draw at home by Everton the last time out and that shows that Maurizio Sarri’s team is still a work in progress, but a win here would change that opinion quickly.
Chelsea have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six meetings with Tottenham. However, Chelsea have beaten Spurs 4 times at Wembley, which is more than any club has beaten another at the stadium