Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea is exciting to watch. Chelsea has improved a lot under the management of Thomas Tuchel. On the other hand, Spurs were title contenders but faded away as the season progressed.
Two teams that were viewed as potential Premier League title contenders meet on Thursday with the hopes of just pushing the top four as Chelsea’s head across London to face Tottenham. Spurs have lost back-to-back games, including a shock defeat to Brighton, while Chelsea has won just one out of three but hope to string together consecutive wins under new manager Thomas Tuchel. Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea is exciting to watch.
Click: Live Stream
Date: Thursday, Feb. 4
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Channel: Bein sports, BT sports.
Tottenham: Spurs were title contenders but faded away as the season progressed. Spurs were awful and outplayed against Brighton, struggling to do much of anything in attack despite having 57 per cent possession. With the injury bug striking Harry Kane again, somebody else is going to have to step up in the attack. Heung-min Son cannot do it all, but they’re also needs to be a creative engine in the middle. As Gareth Bale continues to struggle, Tottenham needs to find new ways to create, and it’s got to be soon.
Chelsea: Chelsea has improved a lot under the management of Thomas Tuchel. The Blues won last time out under Tuchel, but it was far from convincing. Getting two goals from defenders is welcomed anytime, but everyone is still waiting for Chelsea’s loaded attack, on paper, to deliver consistently. Perhaps this will be the game where Timo Werner can get back on track and Kai Havertz can get on track for the first time, under the guidance of their fellow German in Tuchel. Havertz has one Premier League goal in 18 matches.