EPL: Chelsea vs Tottenham: Team news, injuries, possible lineups

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Chelsea battle Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge in the English Premier League (EPL).

Conte’s men will hope to secure back-to-back EPL wins against Spurs for the first time since December.

Chelsea, who are just a place behind Spurs in the fifth position on the log, are unbeaten in their last 27 home league matches against Spurs.

The blues have not done a league double over Tottenham since the 2005/06 season.

Goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois is doubtful for this game. The shot stopper is having a hamstring injury.

Defenders, David Luiz and Andreas Christensen will not play the match due to injury.

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Meanwhile, Mauricio Pochetteno’s Tottenham have played 25 games at Stamford Bridge without winning in the Premier League.

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Pochetteno’s men are currently fourth in the league table with 61 points.

With just eight games to go in the season, this game could prove to be decisive in the fight for the Champions League places.

Star player, Harry Kane is doubtful for the game. The England international is having an ankle injury.

Midfielder, Harry Winks is the only other injured player for Spurs.

Chelsea potential starting XI (3-4-3):

GK: Caballero

Defense: Azpilicueta (RCB), Cahill (CB), Rudiger (LCB)

Midfield: Moses (RM), Bakayoko (RCM), Kante (LCM), Alonso (LM)

Attack: Willian (RF), Morata (ST), Hazard (LW)

Tottenham potential starting XI (3-4-3):

GK: Lloris

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Defense: Sanchez (RCB), Alderweireld (CB), Vertonghen (LCB)

Midfield: Aurier (RM), Dier (RCM), Dembele (LCM), Davies (LM)

Attack: Eriksen (RW), Son (CF), Alli (LW)

The kick off time for the match is schedule at 4:00pm.

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