Frank Lampard welcomes his former coach Jose Mourinho back at the Stamford Bridge, a place where the two achieved tremendous success with the Blues.
All that will be put aside, but that bond will be the engine to drive both managers. The game pits together two of the league’s in-form sides, with the Blues unbeaten in the last 13 matches so far this season in all competitions.
Spurs are second on the log with 20 points, two above third placed Chelsea, and will feel that this is their best chance for league silverware.
The Blues will be buoyed by the return of Christian Pulisic, leaving Lampard with no new injury worries.
Spurs on the other hand, will be without Toby Alderweireld and Mourinho is expected to ring changes from the side that played in Europa on Thursday.
Who to trust?
Spurs are firing on all cylinders, there is no doubt about that but visit Stamford Bridge where they have won just once from 34 games!
I am going for a fat odd 2 in home win.
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