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Chelsea VS Tottenham: Prematch brief

The highly charged London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham will bring the weekend’s Premier League proceedings to a close on Sunday. Over 18 months have passed since fans was able to attend and watch this game, on the roster since a 2-1 Pensioners win in 1909.

The match will evoke memories for Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. Nuno Espirito Santo was the first Premier League coach he locked horns with in January (0-0 against Wolves at Stamford Bridge), and Spurs were hosts for his opening away fixture – a 1-0 win sealed by Jorginho’s penalty.

This weekend Chelsea are aiming to extend the current unbeaten run against the Tottenham in the top flight to 6 outings for the first time since a nine-game spree between 2010 and 2014, and record a third consecutive away success against the north Londoners.

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Tottenham’s preparations have been on setback by players quarantining and the timing of a UEFA Europa Conference League draw in Brittany on Thursday. 

Chelsea are unbeaten in our past 42 Premier League games when leading at half-time, while Spurs have conceded three and scored none in the last hour of games. 

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