Chelsea v Spurs! See Who Has A Strong Lineup Tonight
By London.News | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 2 views
Two London rivals will be meeting tonight in what we call clash of Titan in a London derby as both sides fight for a place in the Champions League qualification next season. Both clubs will take the challenge very serious as both coaches will be eager to secure all the three points tonight.
The blues have a new coach, Thomas Tuchel whom has replaced the recently sacked coach, Frank Lampard. It will be the first London derby for the former PSG coach and he is desperate to secure his first win on a London derby. Chelsea recently drew against Wolverhampton Wanderers before thrashing Burnley, which indicates that they have huge confidence of winning tonight.
Jose Mourinho will also be keen to secure his first win against his old club Chelsea as a Tottenham Hotspur manager. Spurs will miss the services of their main striker, Harry Kane which will force Mourinho to making changes in the attacking.
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