10. This will be the 147th game between the two sides, with Chelsea winning on 61 previous occasions. The Blues are 2.80 to win again.
9. Spurs could claim their 50th victory over Chelsea, although form suggests they will find it difficult, having not beaten the Blues in their past five attempts. Nevertheless, they are 2.45 to win this weekend.
8. The last time the two clubs met was at Wembley last April for the 2012 FA Cup semi-final. Chelsea ran out 5-1 victors that day and that scoreline can be backed at 130.00.
7. Recent league meetings suggest this will be a tighter affair, however: there have been three draws in the last four games between the two sides. Another can be backed at 3.35.
6. Spurs boast a decent home record against Chelsea, winning two and losing none of the last five games at White Hart Lane. They overcame the Blues 2-1 at home in April 2010 and are 10.00 to do so again.
5. Gareth Bale scored a first-half winner for Spurs that day, one of two career goals against Chelsea. The winger is 9.00 to score first on Saturday and 3.70 to net at any time.
4. Chelsea have won their last five competitive fixtures, conceding just two goals in the process. Goalkeeper Petr Cech is 3.90 to keep another clean sheet against Spurs.
3. Although usually a feisty affair, there have been just two red cards in the past 17 meetings between the two sides, both awarded to Chelsea’s John Terry. A rare dismissal can be backed at 4.25.
2. Chelsea have won all of their matches without Frank Lampard in the team this season, but the central midfielder has 10 goals in 36 previous appearances against Spurs. Lampard is 4.40 to net at any time.
1. The last time Spurs beat Chelsea by more than one goal was a 5-1 League Cup victory in January 2002. Striker Steffen Iversen opened the scoring in the second minute that day and Saturday’s game is 1.85 to witness a goal before the half hour.