• Chelsea have won more Premier League matches against Tottenham Hotspur than versus any other opponent in the competition (25).
  • Tottenham have won none of their last 29 visits to Stamford Bridge in all comps (D11 L18), since a 2-1 win in February 1990. Just six of the 23 players to appear for Spurs this season in the Premier League had been born before this victory.
  • Spurs have enjoyed just four victories over Chelsea in the Premier League; fewer than against any other side they’ve played more than 10 times.
  • Eden Hazard scored in this exact fixture last season in May – the goal that decided the 2015-16 Premier League title. The Belgian has netted in four of his last five PL games against the Lilywhites.
  • Spurs were shown nine yellow cards in the last Premier League meeting with Chelsea – the most by a single team in a match in Premier League history.
  • Harry Kane has scored three goals and provided one assist in his last three Premier League matches against Chelsea.
  • Kane has netted in each of his last four Premier League games; equalling his joint-best scoring streak in the competition.
  • Of players to have played in 10+ Premier League London derbies, Harry Kane has the best goals/game ratio (0.82 - 18 goals in 22 games).
  • Cesc Fabregas has provided 11 Premier League assists versus Spurs; one more would equal the PL record against a single opponent (Ryan Giggs, 12 v Man City and Newcastle).
  • Spurs have won more points in Premier League London derbies since the start of last season than any other side (20 points – W5 D5 L1).
  • Chelsea have scored 10 90th minute goals against Spurs – the joint most by a team against an opponent in Premier League history (also Arsenal v Aston Villa).
  • In their last three Premier League matches, Chelsea have only allowed their opponents two shots on target in total, while attempting 19 themselves.