Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur: 3 key things to expect from Stamford Bridge duel

EPL giants, Liverpool and Tottenham will clash on Sunday as places are up for grabs in view of the League summit.

Liverpool sit in between the two teams as Tottenham and Chelsea are placed 1st and 3rd respectively on the League standings.

It promises, therefore, to be a big occasion for the two sides as action returns to the Bridge.

The two teams are in form but it would be great to see who is better between the two at the end of the final whistles.

Following the cracker, DAILY POST evaluates three (3) key things to expect on the pitch from both sides.

Managerial Intelligence

Both sides are managed by legendary men in the round leather game having thrived at Stanford Bridge together as some points in their career.

Mourinho knows Frank Lampard pretty well as the latter had played under him at Chelsea.

But the two could influence the game from the dugout. While we acknowledge that Mourinho is more experience as a manager than Lampard who only began his coaching career at Derby Country. But Chelsea has got more reputation to show for their credit.

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This factors should come into play as both sides vie for three points in the 90 minutes contest.

Measure Of Rivalry

The two teams are of London origin and would engage in London rivalry just like we witnessed how frenetic some of this London derbies can be as Arsenal played against Aston Villa prior to the international break.

The Blues may have got an edge in 50-50 stands having beaten Spurs 2-0 away from home last season.

But the arrival of Bale from Real Madrid would add bite to this fixture, while Giovani Lo Celso continue to flourish for Spurs in the free role behind Harry Kane.

It would be a game of rivalry as both sides lock horns this weekend at the Bridge.

Premier League Aspiration

Both sides would use their match to affirm their place at the top of the EPL as Jose Mourinho wants to achieve the undone for Spurs.

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At the London Stadium, it was fortune for them as they beat Manchester City 2-0 at the weekend.

While Chelsea claimed a 0-2 away win at St. James Park as well.

Both sides have not been conceding much lately and it would be interesting watch.

As they meet on the playing turf, their Premier League aspiration would be revealed while analysts take note of their title credentials by virtue of strength and the character they would provide in the 90 minutes contest at the Bridge.

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