After the midweek action in Europe, the English Premier League returns this weekend with exciting clashes lined up.
Among them is a London derby at the Tottenham Stadium when Spurs host Chelsea on Sunday.
Nuno Espirito is 'worried by the high number of injuries to his team, and ahead of the clash, we take a look at some of the numbers and facts.
Tottenham vs Chelsea head to head
- Chelsea have won 13 Premier League games against Tottenham, their equal most on the road against a club in the competitions (along with Southampton and Man City)
- Chelsea are looking to extend their unbeaten Premier League run against Tottenham to six games
- The last time they achieved this was when they avoided defeat for nine games between 2010 and 2014
- Chelsea are looking to win three consecutive Premier League games away at Tottenham for the first time since August 2005
- Tottenham’s last league victory against Chelsea was at Wembley in November 2018 when they won 3-1.
- Chelsea have won more Premier League matches against Tottenham (31) than they have against any other team in the competition.
- Tottenham have conceded more Premier League goals against Chelsea (103) than they have against any other opponent.
- The Blues are looking to win a sixth consecutive away league London derby for the first time in their history
- Thomas Tuchel's side have only conceded one goal in the Premier League so far this season, their fewest after four games of a league campaign since 2010/11 under Carlo Ancelotti (also one)
- Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in 61% of their Premier League games under Tuchel (14/23)
- Chelsea’s reverse at Aston Villa on the final day of last season is their only defeat on the road in the Premier League since Thomas Tuchel took over.
- Since Thomas Tuchel’s first game in charge, only Manchester City (54) have won more Premier League points than Chelsea (48)
- Chelsea are unbeaten in their last 42 Premier League games when leading at half-time.
- Tottenham will be looking to win their first three home games in a season for the first time since 2002/03
- Spurs have won four (all with a clean sheet) of their last five home Premier League games
- Tottenham have won 28 points at home in the Premier League in 2021, only Man City (33) have picked up more in this period in the competition
- Only Man Utd and Aston Villa have won at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in the competition since Thomas Tuchel’s side won there in February.