Chelsea and Tottenham are set to go head-to-head in the Premier League tomorrow evening as both clubs go in search of claiming all three points at Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho's side will go into the game in confident mood after their impressive unbeaten start to the campaign despite suffering a setback at the hands of Sunderland this past weekend.
The Blues could only manage a 0-0 draw at the Stadium of Light, which ultimately saw their lead at the top of the league table cut to six points.
And, ahead of tomorrow's showdown with London rivals Tottenham, Chelsea are set to be without main man Diego Costa who picked up his fifth yellow card of the season in Saturday's stalemate.
Costa, then, looks set to be replaced by Loic Remy in attack, whilst the likes of Eden Hazard, Cesc Fabregas and Co. should start at the Bridge, with Belgian international Thibaut Courtois once again starring between the sticks.
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Tottenham, meanwhile, will be looking to secure back-to-back victories after picking up a fine victory over Everton on Sunday. The victory over the Toffees moved the club up into seventh place in the league and they will now be hoping to climb the league table over the coming weeks.
And it's expected that Mauricio Pochettino will start with a similar side once again tomorrow evening, with Harry Kane set to partner Roberto Soldado in attack against the likes of John Terry and Co.
The Spurs boss could make one change, with Eric Dier replacing Vlad Chiriches who is a doubt for the clash after picking up an injury late on against Everton.
Tottenham fans will be pleased by the news that full-back Kyle Walker is closing in on his return to fitness, but it's likely that tomorrow's fixture will come too quickly for the England international.
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