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Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

A colossal early season clash at Stamford Bridge.

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We’ve had this one marked on the calendar since the schedule was released this summer, and it’s a safe bet Tottenham Hotspur did the same.

Spurs head to west London today to take on hated rival Chelsea. We don’t need to tell you how much this rivalry has ramped up in the past several seasons, especially if you’ve hung around this site for a long enough time. Spurs don’t like Chelsea and vice versa. Last season, Chelsea went four for four against Spurs, but things are different now. Spurs faced them at the absolute worst times: When Nunoball was already failing and then when Antonio Conte was still figuring out the squad in January.

Thanks to Tottenham’s late season push and qualifying for the Champions League, they’ve now strengthened the squad to better matchup against the rest of the Sky Six. Meanwhile, Chelsea have gone through a myriad of changes that included new ownership. They’ve tried their best to strengthen, and while they’ve picked up names such as Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly and Marc Cucurella, the Blues have also spent much of the window getting trolled by Barcelona and shipping off Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner to Italy and Germany respectively. They didn’t look their best against Everton in Matchday One, but it was still good enough to dispatch the hapless Toffees.

Conte knows the importance of matches like this. He also knows that Stamford Bridge has been a house of horrors for Spurs and getting three points in a match like this is a difficult ask, but we know he’ll have this squad ready to fight.


How to Watch

Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Stamford Bridge, London, England

Time: 4:30 PM UK, 11:30 AM ET

TV: Sky Sports Premier League (UK), USA Network (USA)

Streaming: DAZN (CAN)

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