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Chelsea and Tottenham resume Premier League play with a huge London showdown with top-four implications.

Tottenham can all but bury the Blues with a victory at Stamford Bridge, where Spurs enter holding a five-point lead over Chelsea for fourth place in the league. Tottenham has built that edge by winning four straight games in league play, and it hasn’t lost since a December setback at Manchester City, but it figures to be without star striker Harry Kane, who continues to recover from an ankle injury.

Chelsea, meanwhile, has dropped two of its last three in the league and is teetering on the edge of missing out on Europe’s top competition. With manager Antonio Conte firmly on the hot seat despite winning the Premier League title last season, the Blues are entering must-win territory to keep their top-four hopes alive.

Here’s how to watch the match:

Time: 11 a.m. ET
TV: NBCSN, Telemundo
Venue: Stamford Bridge, London, England
When: Sunday at 11 a.m. ET
Location: London, England
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Live Stream: You can watch the match live via Fubo TV. Sign up here for a free seven-day trial.

Stamford Bridge is set for a London derby this Easter weekend with much more than just bragging rights at stake

Chelsea can keep the pressure on Tottenham for fourth place when the sides return to Premier League action at Stamford Bridge on Easter Sunday.

Referee: Andre Marriner — the last time he handled this match-up at Stamford Bridge was in 2011. Chelsea won 2-1 on a late Salomon Kalou strike. Gary “It’s a clear foul. I’m frustrated. Come on, seriously! You could be sat on the moon and see it is a clear foul” Cahill isn’t a fan after Marriner ignored two heel clips on him and allowed a Swansea goal to stand in a draw in Wales last season. This will be Marriner’s fourth Chelsea match this season, which include a loss to Palace and wins over Hull (FA Cup) and Huddersfield.

Forecast: Nice football weather, really. Temperature 11°C (52°F), winds 17 km/h (11mph). Partly cloudy.

On TV: Sky Sports (UK); NBCSN, Telemundo (USA); Star Sports Select HD 1 (India); elsewhere

Streaming online: Sky Go (UK); NBC Sports Live Extra, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo (USA); Hotstar (India)

Chelsea team news : Both managers are playing coy about the health of key players, trying to upset the other’s preparations. Andreas Christensen (fatigue) and Thibaut Courtois (thigh strain) were sent home by their national teams. Conte claims they’re both game-time decisions. David Luiz (knee) is definitely out for three more weeks and Ross Barkley (hamstring) is being eased back into shape with the development team on Saturday.

Tottenham Hotspur team news: On Thursday, Mauricio Pochettino was deliberately vague Harry Kane’s recovery from a bad ankle sprain.

Kane has been photographed standing comfortably without a brace. Go time? He’d never miss this one if he could help it. But it’s worth noting that Son Heung-min has scored seven goals in his last five matches in all competitions. Elsewhere, Toby Alderweireld (hamstring) missed Tottenham’s last 20 matches, but he played all 90 for Belgium against Saudi Arabia on Tuesday. Dele Alli reportedly had a groin strain while training with England, but Poch says he looks fine in training.

Last time: Tiémoué Bakayoko made his Chelsea debut with a gimpy knee and showed why Chelsea believed in him as the Blues took a 2-1 win at Wembley in August. A lot has changed since then for both teams. But not Marco’s Alonso’s free kicks. The same result would do us nicely.

Antonio Conte’s side have endured a difficult few weeks and a series of poor results has seen them slip five points behind Spurs, with just eight games to go.

However, a win for the Blues at home against Mauricio Pochettino’s men would reduce the deficit to just two points and ensure a tense final run in the remaining fixtures.

TV Channel & Live Stream:

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Squads & Team News:

Thibaut Courtois is a doubt for the match as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury, while Andreas Christensen could also miss out due to muscle fatigue.

David Luiz remains out for the next few weeks, while Ethan Ampadu is out for the rest of the season. The good news for Conte is that Tiemoue Bakayoko is available again.

Potential Chelsea starting XI: Caballero; Rudiger, Azpilicueta, Cahill; Alonso, Moses, Kante, Fabregas, Willian, Hazard; Morata.

There have been suggestions that Harry Kane could make a shock return to action, but the England international is unlikely to be rushed back.

Toby Alderweireld made a return to action for Belgium during the international break and is likely to rekindle his relationship with Jan Vertonghen at the back.

Potential Tottenham starting XI: Lloris; Aurier, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Davies; Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Alli, Son; Llorente.

Betting & Match Odds:

Home side Chelsea are deemed favourites to win with dabblebet giving odds of 7/5 on Conte’s men. Tottenham are deemed a 21/10 bet to win and a draw is available at 23/10.

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Match Preview:

The outcome of Sunday’s London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham will have a massive effect in determining which team clinches England’s final Champions League berth.

Spurs boast a five-point lead over their west London counterparts and their league form – 12 games unbeaten, nine of which were victories – has ensured that they are firmly in the reckoning for a top-four finish.

The reigning champions, on the other hand, have fallen away from their rivals after a dismal spell which has seen them suffer four defeats in their last six league outings, bringing their overall tally of losses in the division this season to an embarrassing eight.

However, a win against Spurs would keep their hopes of securing Champions League football alive and could well provide the sense of impetus that they have been sorely lacking in recent months.

Spurs’ attack is somewhat dulled in the absence of Kane, meaning that the Blues’ defence have less to fear. Nevertheless, they cannot afford to be complacent against Pochettino’s men, who have shown tremendous resilience despite being without their talisman.

The long international break comes to an emphatic close for Chelsea on Sunday. “Lads, it’s Tottenham” may be a common joke first told by Sir Alex Ferguson, but if Chelsea don’t win, the joke could be on us. Spurs are sitting inside the top-four and Europe, we’re five points behind and running out of time to close the gap.

Has there ever been a match against Tottenham at the Bridge that meant as much? Hmmm, let me think. For one nanosecond, that is. The Battle of the Bridge in 2016 shall live in infamy and Chelsea lore as one of the great games in this rivalry. It was brutal, it was glorious and it was satisfying as Chelsea came from 0-2 behind to draw 2-2 and put the nail in the coffin of Tottenham’s hopes for a first league title since 1961. We were the toast of Leicester.

That match was just 1 of 30 straight that Spurs have failed to win (in any competition) at Stamford Bridge over the past 28 years. I hesitate to bring up this statistic, because the last time anyone mentioned Messi’s scoreless streak against us, he scored three times in the next two matches. So touch wood, cross your fingers; we need this one.

Chelsea and Tottenham face off on Easter Sunday in a match that has massive top-four implications. Tottenham is currently fourth with 61 points, while Chelsea is fifth with 56 points.


Harry Kane comes back from injury as a substitute and scores the winning goal at Stamford Bridge. Tottenham 2, Chelsea 1.

Chelsea face Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, April 1 in the Premier League. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Throughout much of the 2017-18 Premier League season, Chelsea have been trying to find their footing despite high expectations coming into the campaign. However, they’ve been playing their best football of late, and are trying to make a run at the top four. As of right now, they’ll have to catch Tottenham to make that happen. Coincidentally, that will be who they welcome to Stamford Bridge on Sunday, April 1.

This Easter Sunday clash for Chelsea is absolutely critical if they want to get the top four finish they so badly covet. Antonio Conte’s side trails Spurs only by five points in the Premier League table heading into the 31st match day of the season. Now he’ll look for Eden Hazard and Pedro to get the attack rolling for the Blues as they need to come up with a big win.

As for Tottenham, they have been hot-and-cold for much of the 2017-18 campaign. However, they obviously sit in that fourth spot right now on the table. If they want to maintain that position, Harry Kane and company will need to come up with a strong away showing on Sunday to help stave off a Chelsea push down the stretch.

Both Chelsea and Tottenham could use the three points here, but neither would really benefit all that much in their race for the top four from a draw and the consequent one point. Thus, the Blues and Spurs will likely be giving all-out effort at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. With the quality of the two clubs, that should result in quality football.

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The last time Spurs beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge was on February 10, 1990 when the Lilywhites won 2-1. Twenty eight years later, can Tottenham finally record a win in west London against the Blues?

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