Well, the English Premier League is set to resume today with several English Premier League fixtures. One of the most awaited game is between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs. The Blues will be traveling to Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium where they will be aiming to collect another three points. The win will enable Chelsea who are currently position four in the English Premier League table to climb to position one. However, the match between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs will not be an easy one as the fans might think.
Thomas Tuchel will have to play with the best players in his squad if he surely needs three points. However, Chelsea might have a good chance of winning because Tottenham Hotspurs will play the game without nine of their key players. The Spurs players who won't be available for today's clash are Son Hueng-min, Tanganga, Bergwijn, Eric Dier, Lo Celso, Lucas Moura, Sessegnon, Sanchez and Romero C.
According to Flashscore, Bergwijn has an ankle injury, Eric Dier has a leg injury, Son Hueng-min has a culf injury, Lucas Moura has an ankle injury, Sessegnon R has a knock whereas Lo Celso, Romero and Sanchez are currently on quarantine. The youngster Tanganga has a red card that he received last weekend hence he won't play today.
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