10. Chelsea and Tottenham meet for the 130th time in the league on Wednesday night, the Blues boasting a narrow 52-43 win-loss record over their London foes. Another Chelsea win is available at 1.92. 9. Tottenham last beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in February 1990. They have made 25 visits to west London since then and are 3.85 to win. 8. The Blues are on a four-game winning streak and have won their last eight home games. Rafael Benitez’s men are 2.90 to win both halves. 7. Spurs haven’t beaten Chelsea in their last six meetings (DLDDLL). Their last victory was a 2-1 home win in April 2010 and they are 14.00 to repeat that scoreline. 6. Juan Mata scored twice for Chelsea in their 4-2 victory at White Hart Lane in October (see below). He hasn’t scored in his past 11 appearances, however, and is 2.80 to net on Wednesday.
5. Spurs had ten shots on target to Chelsea’s seven that day and a further nine off target. Andre Villas-Boas’ men are 1.33 to score. 4. Gareth Bale scored his 30th goal of the season in 49 appearances for club and country last weekend. The Welshman is 2.50 to net at any time. 3. Chelsea’s 1-0 victory against Manchester United on Sunday ended a five-game run of scoring two or more per game. The Blues are 2.75 to net in both halves. 2. This fixture last season produced the first 0-0 draw between these two sides since September 2004. A repeat goalless result is available at 14.00. 1. Fernando Torres has scored just four Premier League goals at the Bridge this season, averaging 2.5 shots per game. The striker is 6.25 to net the opener on Wednesday.