All eyes will be on this London derby as Spurs boss Jose Mourinho leads his charges out against his former employers at the ground where his greatest Premier League feats were achieved.
He faces a Chelsea team managed by one of his most significant former lieutenants, Frank Lampard. The last time these two teams met in December, Chelsea beat Spurs 2-0, and Mourinho will be aiming for his pound of flesh.
That might prove to be a difficult task, though, with Spurs missing two key goal scorers Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane, due to injury. Lampard is without his star striker, Tammy Abraham, as well, heading into a crucial battle for the top four.
More than just a Lampard vs Mourinho clash, this game could be a Champions League decider as only one-point separates Chelsea in 4th from Spurs in 5th.
Under 2.5 goals were scored in three of the last four meetings between the clubs.
Tottenham failed to register in two of their last three Premier League away games.
With both teams limited in their attacking options and recent matches between them seeing fewer than three goals, not much goalscoring action is expected in a game that could be decided by a single goal.
Tip: (Under 2.5 goals scored)