Jose Mourinho has a dilemma over which striker for Chelsea to start against seventh-placed Tottenham on Wednesday night as Diego Costa picked up his fifth yellow card of the season at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Both Loic Remy and Didier Drogba have been used sparingly in the Premier League this season, though one of the pair will be picked to start up front for the Blues against Maurico Pochettino's side.
Tottenham will look to continue their good run of form away from home this season, having lost only once to Man City so far, though the North London side haven’t beaten Chelsea since April 2010.
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Chelsea 4 (Ba 2, Eto’o, Hazard,) Tottenham 0, Premier League, March 2014
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Chelsea 2 (Oscar, Ramires) Tottenham 2 (Adebayor, Sigurdsson), Premier League, May 2013
Chelsea failed to score in the league for the first time this season on Saturday, drawing 0-0 at Sunderland.
The Blues have conceded the fewest amount of goals at home this season (3).
Tottenham have the third best away record in the league, winning three and drawing two matches out of their six away games so far.
In their last five fixtures against Tottenham, Chelsea have scored 16 goals, averaging over three goals a game.
Chelsea to win: 1.44
Tottenham to win: 9.4
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