10. Chelsea and Tottenham have shared a win apiece against each other in the Premier League this season and have not met in the FA Cup since the 2012 semi-final. Chelsea won that clash 5-1 and are 2.70 to win here.
9. Chelsea boast a W5 D2 L4 record against Tottenham in the FA Cup. They last beat Chelsea in this competition in 1982. Spurs are 2.75 to win Saturday’s encounter.
8. Tottenham played their Champions League home games at Wembley this season but crashed out of the competition in the group stage, posting a W1 L2 home record. They are 4.35 to lose/lose on the HT/FT.
7. Spurs did, however, beat Chelsea 2-0 the last time these sides met in January. It was only their second win over the Blues in their last 16 attempts and Mauricio Pochettino’s men are 1.44 to win/draw on the Double Chance here.
6. Tottenham head into this clash having won eight on the bounce and are unbeaten in 10 games. They are 3.35 to be leading at half time.
5. Premier League leaders Chelsea, meanwhile, have lost two of their last four games. Combined, these sides have not drawn a match in their last 17 outings. A draw on 90 minutes is priced at 3.25.
4. Diego Costa could equal his longest goalscoring drought at Chelsea (seven games) set between January and March 2015 if he does not score on Saturday. Costa is 5.10 to net first.
3. Dele Alli scored twice when Tottenham beat Chelsea 2-0 in January. The England international boasts two goals in three games and has netted 12 times in 2017. Alli is 3.85 to score at any time.
2. Heung-Min Son is the top scorer in the FA Cup this season with six goals. The striker boasts five goals in his last four outings for Spurs and is 4.00 to net again.
1. Four of Pedro’s 11 goals this season gave come in the FA Cup. The Spaniard boasts just one goal in seven appearances since netting in the 2-0 FA Cup win at Wolves in February. He is 4.75 to score again.