Good evening and welcome to our coverage of the Premier League match between Chelsea and Tottenham.
After Saturday’s substitution drama, Chelsea have a chance to change the news surrounding the club when they meet Tottenham Hotspurs.
The Blues’ improved display against Manchester City in the EFL Cup final was overshadowed by a substitution row between coach Maurizio Sarri and goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalag.
Tottenham’s titles hopes were shattered by Burnley who defeated the North London side.
Harry Kane marked his return from injury with a goal on Saturday so today he will be in leading the attack and will hope to increase his goal tally.
Kepa Arrizabalaga is rumoured to be out of the game as a fallout from his refusal to be substituted so Caballero is the likely candidate to be in the Chelsea post this season.
For Chelsea, a win today will be crucial in their hunt for a Champions League spot whiles Tottenham need a win to keep up the chase on Manchester City and Liverpool for the league title.
Arsenal will welcome an injury-plagued Bournemouth side at the Emirates in another game tonight.
Unai Emery has no new injury worries with Iwobi and Ramsey declared fit for the encounter.
At Selhurst Park, Leicester City will be eyeing an upset over Manchester United who head into the game without ten first team players.
Manuel Pellegrini returns to Etihad with an objective of denting Manchester City’s title hopes. Pep’s men have won their first title of the season and will be poised for action tonight.
Other games include Liverpool versus Watford and Southampton vs Fulham.
All games start at 20:00 GMT with the exception of the Arsenal-Bournemouth game that will be start 15 minutes earlier.