Chelsea vs Tottenham betting tips, odds and predictions for Sunday's Premier League clash. Sunday's match at Stamford Bridge is the game of the weekend in the Premier League and we're expecting a close and competitive 90-minutes between the two clubs. Chelsea sit third in the table and Tottenham are top and both teams are in great form.
Chelsea vs Tottenham Best Free Tips
Here's our top three bets for this weekend's London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham. All of our tips are made by an experienced tipster who uses the latest stats to predict the best bets to place on the game.
These are the latest odds as of the publication date. However, odds often change in the build-up to a match, so please check with your bookmaker before you make a bet.
The Master Returns to Stamford Bridge to Face his Apprentice
Chelsea made the trip up north to St. James' Park to take on Newcastle United. Steve Bruce's side found themselves behind after just 10-minutes thanks to an unfortunate own goal from Argentine defender Fernandez. Chelsea lead 1-0 at the break but doubled their advantage through Tammy Abraham in the 65th-minute after good work from Timo Werner. The hosts couldn't muster a reply and Chelsea secured a deserved 3pts.
Tottenham went up against Man City in their last Premier League game as Mourinho once again pitted his wits against Pep Guardiola. This time it was the Portuguese manager that came out on top, extending Spur's unbeaten run to three matches against the Citizens. An early goal from South Korean international, Son Heung-Min set Tottenham on their way to an excellent win. In the second half, much like in the Chelsea game, Spurs doubled their advantage in the 65th-minute through Lo Celso thanks to an assist from the England Captain Harry Kane.
Chelsea have won five and drawn one of their last six matches in all competitions and have kept clean sheets in five of those fixtures. Tottenham have won five and lost one of their last six outings, going down 1-0 in the Europa League at Antwerp. Therefore, it is the home side that head into Sunday's big match as the slight form favourites but are likely to find Spurs a very tough nut to crack.
Head to Head Record
Of their last 149 meetings, Chelsea have won 65, drawn 35, and lost 49 times against Tottenham and have had the better of their London rivals in recent years as well. Chelsea have won four of their last six games against Spurs, but both teams have had one penalty shoot-out victory during that period. The last time the pair locked horns was in the League Cup earlier this season where after a 1-1 draw, Tottenham won the tie on penalties.
Christian Pulisic is the only major injury doubt for Chelsea ahead of this weekend's clash, but be sure to check for more team news once their Champions League game is complete. Pulisic has a thigh injury and is currently rated at 50/50 to feature for Chelsea this weekend.
Much like Chelsea, Tottenham are in action in midweek so be sure to check for up to date team news following the conclusion of the midweek European matches. As things stand, Tottenham will be without Matt Doherty and Toby Alderweireld but Japhet Tanganga and Erik Lamela could return. Harry Winks picked up a knock on international duty with England but hasn't been ruled out of Sunday's clash yet.
Chelsea vs Tottenham Best Bets and Top Odds
We have provided our top three betting tips and odds for the match between Chelsea and Tottenham on Sunday. We're expecting a tight and tense 90-minutes between the pair, both of whom have proven very tough to beat this season. This game has draw written all over it and we can't see there being a lot of goals on show either.
- Full-Time Result: Draw @ 5/2 with bet365
- Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals @ 1/1 with bet365
- Anytime Goalscorer: Timo Werner @ 13/10 with William Hill
Full-Time Result: Draw
Both of these teams head into Sunday's clash in excellent form. Chelsea are unbeaten in their last six matches, while Spurs have only lost one of their last six fixtures. That defeat for Spurs arrived in the Europa League and Mourinho's men haven't lost in the Premier League since going down 1-0 at home to Everton in their first game of the campaign. The last meetings between these two clubs ended in a 1-1 draw and had to be settled on penalties, with Tottenham winning the League Cup tie back in September.
Total Goals Under/Over: Under 2.5 Goals
Under 2.5 goals have been produced in four of the last six meetings between Chelsea and Tottenham. Four of Tottenham's last six outings have also produced under 2.5 goals and Mourinho likes to keep things tight when he plays against the big clubs. Spurs beat Man Utd 2-0 last time out and the club have kept three clean sheets in their last six attempts. Chelsea have only conceded 1-goal in their last six matches and look very strong defensively this season.
Anytime Goalscorer: Timo Werner
German international striker, Timo Werner top scores for Chelsea in the Premier League this season with 4-goals. The former RB Leipzig man has also netted once in the League Cup and three times in the Champions League this season, taking his total to 8-goals in all competitions. Werner scored Chelsea's goal against Spurs in that League Cup defeat and has netted 7-goals in his last 7 games including two Nations League appearances for Germany.