Will Sunday be the match that the Spurs finally break through at home against Chelsea, or the Blues continue their winning ways against their London rival? Let’s take a closer look at Sunday’s match, with odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.
Oliver Skipp scored the opener at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium just seconds into the second half and Harry Kane tapped home late on to stretch Chelsea’s winless run to six matches. Graham Potter’s side have only achieved one victory in their last 11 games in all competitions.
During Chelsea’s Premier League fixture against Tottenham Hotspur, Hakim Ziyech looked to have been given his marching orders.
Just before half-time there was an altercation between players from both sides and the 29-year-old appeared to be punished for raising his hands towards Emerson Royal after on-field official Attwell received advice from experienced assistant referee Darren Cann.
Kane poached his 20th goal of the season across all competitions eight minutes from time, when Eric Dier flicked on a right-wing corner from substitute Son Heung-min – a goal that chimed perfectly alongside the simplicity of Spurs’ overall task from the moment Skipp scored.
There was a major flashpoint midway through three allocated minutes of injury time as Havertz was booked for a foul on Emerson Royal, who exchanged shoves with Ziyech.
The Morocco winger’s hand made contact with Royal’s face after he shoved the wing-back in the shoulder but referee Stuart Attwell overturned a red card following his initial discussions with the VAR when he consulted the pitchside monitor.
Chelsea could not make the most of that let-off when Skipp lashed home a brilliant swerving strike from 20 yards. Kepa Arrizabalaga got a hand to the shot but was partially unsighted by Kalidou Koulibaly.
Chelsea sent on more attacking firepower in the form of Mason Mount, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mykhailo Mudryk but by the time the latter two came on, Kane had already made the points safe as Tottenham’s visitors created nothing of note and finished the match with a solitary shot on target in each half.
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