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Sunday’s marquee Premier League fixture takes us to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as two London rivals are pitted against one another.
Chelsea head into the tie in better form but Spurs have beaten Manchester City here this season and will be itching to bounce back from a dismal week.
We’ve dived into all the niche markets and stats to put together our ultimate bet builder for tomorrow’s clash.
221/1 Ultimate Bet Builder
Chelsea to win
Chelsea are expected to challenge for the title after winning four of their last five competitive games, only dropping points away to Liverpool and keeping a clean sheet in all four victories.
The Blues have won four of their last five top-flight meetings with Spurs, including both away games in this period, and face a home side facing a number of selection issues.
Romelu Lukaku to score anytime
Romelu Lukaku has returned to the Premier League with a bang, scoring four goals in his four appearances since making the move back to Chelsea in the summer.
Not only that, but the Belgian attacker has netted six times in his last four games for club and country and hit the winner against Zenit in midweek.
Reece James to make an assist
Reece James is expected to come straight back into Chelsea’s squad after missing out through suspension and the right wingback has proved incredibly dangerous when he ventures forward.
The 21-year-old has already scored one and assisted two in his three Premier League outings this season, with all those goal contributions coming away from home.
Cristian Romero to be booked
Romelu Lukaku has already given Premier League defences the run around this season and will come up against a makeshift Tottenham back four with Eric Dier and Japhet Tanganga both unavailable.
In light of their absences, new signing Christian Romero is likely to be thrown straight back in at the deep end after his international duty and averaged 12 cards a season in Serie A.
With a difficult first assignment, the Argentinian is taken to find himself in the referee’s notebook.
Oliver Skipp to be booked
21-year-old midfielder Oliver Skipp has proven effective in the centre of the park for Tottenham but the youngster isn’t always the referee’s favourite player.
He has been booked in two of his four Premier League outings this season and found himself cautioned seven times while on loan at Norwich last season.
Tottenham over 4.5 corners
Surprisingly, no team has conceded more corners this season than Chelsea, with their 34 corners conceded equalled only by rock-bottom Norwich. They have conceded at least five corners in three of their four games and have seen their opponents hit double figures twice.
Tottenham’s last home game saw them win ten corners against Watford and they have averaged 4.75 corners per game this season.
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