10. Chelsea have only lost four of their 47 Premier League matches against Tottenham (W25 D18 L4) with none of these defeats coming at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are 2.70 to win.
9. In fact, Spurs have not beaten Chelsea away for 25 league games, since a 2-1 victory in February 1990. They are 1.53 to lose/draw on the Double Chance.
8. This reverse fixture finished 0-0 back in November at White Hart Lane. Only twice before have Chelsea failed to score in both their games against Spurs in a league season (1920/21 and 1987/88). The Blues are 1.86 to score first.
7. Chelsea are one away from 200 defeats in the Premier League and could lose two home league games on the bounce for the first time since November 2011. Spurs are 2.62 to win.
6. However, Spurs are also one short of losing 200 Premier League away matches. A draw at Stamford Bridge is priced at 3.55.
5. Spurs have conceded a league low 26 goals this season. Their best previous top-flight defensive record was 33 set back in 1970/71. Spurs are 5.10 to win without conceding.
4. Harry Kane (24) is the league’s leading goalscorer and could become the first Englishman since Kevin Phillips (30) in 1999/2000 to win the Golden Boot. Kane boasts seven goals in nine games and is 4.90 to score first.
3. Eden Hazard, meanwhile, has not scored a Premier League home goal since 3 May 2015 — almost a year ago today. Hazard bagged a double at Bournemouth last weekend and is 3.70 to net.
2. Only Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil (18) has provided more assists in the top flight this season than Spurs’ Christian Eriksen (12). The Denmark international is 8.00 to score from outside the box.
1. Chelsea have had 19 different league goalscorers this season, a top-flight high. Centre-back Matt Miazga is 17.00 to net at any time.