Current Premier League table topper, Chelsea are determined to maintain their position in the standings, but they will face a tough challenge this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur that are still unbeaten in the league so far.
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Switching back into the upcoming big game, after collecting six straight win in the league, Chelsea are in no mood to let it stop, especially against one of their London based rivals.
Following Antonio Conte’s system change into a 3-4-3 setup, the Blues are not only having the likes of Diego Costa and Eden Hazard performing well again, but also from less predicted source such as Victor Moses or even David Luiz.
Moses is can be considered as an interesting revelation during Chelsea’s current fine form as coming from a second string option in previous seasons, he suddenly turned into a starter, who contributed a lot for The Blues.
Not only receiving big praise from his boss, Conte, Moses’ performance also receiving rave reviews from many football analyst, including BBC‘s Kevin Kilbane, who believes the Nigerian international is now a key piece for Chelsea.
With those names ready to continue their fine display, Conte won’t be expecting anything else aside from three points, notably since they are playing in front of their devotees at Stamford Bridge.
Moreover, with such a tight gap in the top five seats, a negative result can see The Blues easily falling down up to third or even fourth place by the end of this week.
However, overcoming Spurs won’t be an easy task since Mauricio Pochettino’s side are yet to be beaten in this current Premier League season.
Having that positive record, is certainly a strong confidence boost for Spurs ahead of their London Derby this upcoming weekend.
After crashing out from the Champions League this midweek, Pochettino’s men will set their main focus back into the league and push for a title challenge.
Still, despite their unbeaten run so far, Spurs are set to face an extremely in form side that have set up an exciting tactical display with their 3-4-3 formation.
Moreover, playing away from home makes thing more difficult for the Lilywhites, especially with their lack of sharpness in recent games.
Apparently, records are also not that friendly for Spurs as according to ESPN, the visitor haven’t won yet at Stamford Bridge in Premier League, a bad record that Pochettino hoping to end this week.
The difficult task for Pochettino might be in motivating his players after such a disappointing Champions League campaign, an early exit from that competition is surely a disappointing feel for any footballers.
One thing for sure though, that weekend match will provide lots of tension and thrills, knowing that last season a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge pretty much ended Spurs title challenge.