Chelsea v Spurs
It's Chelsea v Spurs for the Monday night's Premier League match this week, and with the fierce history between these two clubs, it should be a great match to bet on!
Chelsea v Spurs: Betting Offers
Treble Odds Offer
Join 888sport today and they'll pay out at TREBLE ODDS on your first bet. This makes Chelsea 10/1 and Spurs 8/1 - extra winnings in free bets! 18+ T&C’s Apply.
Chelsea To Beat Spurs: 10/1
Join Betfair today and they'll give you boosted odds of 10/1 on Chelsea beating Spurs instead of 9/5. Max bet £10, extra winnings in free bets. 18+ T&C’s Apply.
Spurs To Beat Chelsea: 7/1
Join PaddyPower today and they'll give you boosted odds of 7/1 on Spurs beating Chelsea instead of 8/5. Max bet £10, extra winnings in free bets. 18+ T&C’s Apply.
Chelsea v Spurs: Preview
Chelsea play their penultimate home game in the Premier League on Monday when they host Spurs with bookies offering the away side as favourites to win this London Derby.
Chelsea haven’t lost a Premier League home game against Spurs since 1990, and will be determined to put the final nail in Spurs Premier League title dreams with a home win.
It’s a massive game for bookies favourites Spurs. There’s still a potential 9 points up for grabs for Mauricio Pochettino’s men, and a win would close the gap with Leicester.
In saying that, league leaders Leicester would need to lose their final 3 games for Spurs to take the title, which is highly unlikely to happen as they've only lost 3 all season!
Chelsea's Best Odds: 9/5
If you’re betting on Chelsea beating Spurs on home soil at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, William Hill offers the best odds on a home win at 9/5.
Chelsea had an impressive 4-1 victory over Bournemouth in their last Premier League outing, although this came on the back of loses to Man City and Swansea.
Hiddink’s men, who are sitting in 9th place on 47 points, still have 4 games left to play, with tough games against Liverpool and Leicester in their final 2 games of the season.
Hiddink’s men also have several injury worries to contend with if they want to stop Spurs from claiming what would be an historic victory on Monday night.
John Terry and Loic Remy are ruled out, and Kurt Zouma is set to miss the rest of the season, although it looks as if Gary Cahill should be back in the starting line up.
Chelsea will be pushing for a win, and although they’ve won 17, and drawn 8 of the last 25 games at Stamford Bridge, Spurs are on form and it will be a tough game.
Spurs' Best Odds: 8/5
If you think Spurs will record their first Premier League victory at Stamford Bridge since 1990 head to Ladbrokes offers the best odds on an away win at 8/5.
Plus, if you don't have an account you can claim the Ladbrokes new customer offer.
Spurs are a very dangerous side at the moment, and given they haven’t won at Stamford Bridge since 1990, they’ll be hell bent on putting that statistic to bed.
They're unbeaten in their last 7 Premier League games, and come into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw against West Brom, and a 4-0 victory over Stoke.
Spurs have a couple of injury concerns, with Dier and Bentaleb probably ruled out.
The big concern for Spurs is Dele Alli who faces a 3 match ban after he was alleged to have punched West Brom’s Claudio Yacob during the 1-1 draw on Monday.
The 2015-16 Premier League title is just still in reach for Spurs, and if they can secure a win, and Leicester lose to Man Utd, there’s still a small glimmer of hope for them.
Odds On A Draw: 13/5
The last match between these two sides at White Hart Lane in September of last year ended in a 1-1 draw and so another stalemate could be on the cards.
If you think this match will also end in a draw, Betfred offers the best odds on the result at 13/5.
NB: Betting odds correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 11:06 11/10/2016.