Tottenham v Chelsea Betting Tips And Preview

Tottenham v Chelsea Betting Tips And Preview

Premier League action returns to Wembley after the international break as Tottenham host Chelsea on Saturday. Both teams currently sit in the top 4 and only a point separates the 2 sides, although Chelsea are still undefeated. The last time Chelsea lost a match was in fact at Wembley in this season’s Community Shield, although Maurizio Sarri’s side is very different 3 months on.

Tottenham Hotspur - 17/10* To Win

Tottenham Hotspur Premier League Form

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Last Time Out In The Premier League

Juan Foyth’s first professional goal was enough to give Tottenham the 3 points at Selhurst Park. After conceding 2 penalties on his debut, Foyth was given another chance and repaid Mauricio Pochettino’s faith in him. The first half had few chances for either side, Dele Alli coming the closest as he headed wide from a Ben Davies cross. In the second half, Foyth made the most of a goalmouth scramble to head home a rebound to give Spurs the advantage. After the opening goal, Crystal Palace had the better of the chances. Alexander Sorloth had the best opportunity, but could only fire straight at Hugo Lloris after being played through into the box. After their victory, Tottenham moved back into 4th on 27 points, just 1 point behind Chelsea.

Spurs Under 1.5 Goals

Chelsea - 6/4* To Win

Chelsea Premier League Form

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Last Time Out In The Premier League

Chelsea’s unbeaten record continued with a 0-0 draw, although fans will understandably be frustrated with how the game panned out. It was a scrappy game at Stamford Bridge, with more yellow cards than shots on target throughout the match. Marcos Alonso came closest from a volley that was saved by Jordan Pickford, before hitting the post late on. Eden Hazard was introduced late on for his return from injury, but he didn’t have enough time to make an impact on the game. The draw meant that Sarri is now the first Premier League manager to remain unbeaten for his first 12 games. Chelsea's’ unbeaten record keeps them in 3rd, on 28 points.

Chelsea To Keep A Clean Sheet

Tottenham v Chelsea Head to Head Record

Tottenham Wins - 52 Draws - 40 Chelsea Wins - 68

Although Chelsea traditionally have the better record of the 2 sides, recently matches have been a lot more even. In the last 3 years, Chelsea have won 3 times, there have been 2 draws, and Tottenham have won twice. Last season, it was the away side that won both fixtures in the league. At Wembley, Marcos Alonso’s double gave Chelsea a 2-1 lead in Spurs’ first league game at the national ground. Back at Stamford Bridge, Spurs won away at Chelsea for the first time in 28 years as Dele Alli starred in a 3-1 win.

Chelsea To Win and BTTS

Where To Watch Tottenham v Chelsea

Tottenham v Chelsea will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 5:30pm on Saturday 24th November.

Bet UK’s Betting Tips

Draw and BTTS

Chelsea are unbeaten so far and we can’t see that changing, but at home, Tottenham should be able to grab a point.

*All odds from Bet UK’s online sportsbook correct at the time of writing

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