Spurs beat Crystal Palace in their last game and can overtake their opponents in the table with three points.
Chelsea were held at home to Everton last time out and are one of three unbeaten teams in the Premier League, alongside Manchester City and Liverpool; they are in third on 28 points. Follow it live below.
What time does it start?
Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea kicks off at 5:30pm (GMT) on Saturday 24 November.
Where can I watch it?
Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 5:00pm (GMT).
BT Sport subscribers can stream the game live via the BT Sport App.
Highlights will be shown at 10:20pm on BBC One.
Player to watch…
Jorginho: The ex-Napoli midfielder has started every game in the Premier League this season for Chelsea, forging a formidable partnership alongside N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic, with Ross Barkley a supporting act. The 26-year-old, whose only goal of the season came on the opening day at Huddersfield, broke the record for the most amount of attempted passes in Premier League history in September, with 180 against West Ham United.
Spurs to win: 9/5
Chelsea to win: 31/20
Good afternoon and welcome to our live coverage of this afternoon's Premier League action.
Join us for goal news and updates from around the grounds on what promises to be an exciting day.
Two o'clock has been and gone, which means the team news for this afternoon's 3PM fixtures is flying in.
Let's get to it...
BRIGHTON VS LEICESTER
EVERTON VS CARDIFF
FULHAM VS SOUTHAMPTON
MANCHESTER UNITED VS CRYSTAL PALACE
WATFORD VS LIVERPOOL
WEST HAM VS MANCHESTER CITY
Got all that?
Six games for your pleasure this afternoon, and we'll have goal updates from each of them.
Some intriguing stories to follow...
THE TINKERMAN IS BACK
Yes, Claudio Ranieri takes charge at Craven Cottage for his first game as Fulham manager.
The Cottagers are in dire need of points sitting bottom of the table with just five through the Premier League's first 12 games. Southampton sit just three points ahead, and thus both sides will be targeting a crucial win today.
It looks like it may be a 4-2-3-1 rather than the traditional 4-4-2 usually utilised by Ranieri.
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