Its an all Premier League affair tonight as Tottenham face Chelsea at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as we bring you all the latest Spurs v Chelsea live streaming news on the game.
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Is Tottenham v Chelsea on TV?
The game is being shown live on Sky Sports Football. Kick off time is 19:45PM.
Its been something of a mixed start to both these sides in the Premier League as the EFL comes as a welcome distraction tonight.
The EFL Cup could provide the perfect tonic for both these sides as both Jose Mourinho and Frank Lampard look to put the weekend Premier League disappointment behind them.
Tottenham Hotspur could not build on their 5-2 thrashing of Southampton the previous week as they gave away a VAR inspired penalty in injury time against Newcastle on Sunday.
It was a game Spurs dominated from start to finish, however manager Jose Mourinho was left coming away from the game frustrated once again after a controversial handball decision went against them – that’s still only one victory in the Premier League this season which if Spurs are to push for League honours, is simply not good enough.
Frank Lampard and his Chelsea side were similarly left disappointed with their perfomance, coming behind to snatch a late point in a thrilling 3-3 draw with newly promoted West Bromich Albion.
The Baggies raced to a three goal advantage in the space of half an hour – and despite battling back to earn a draw it was clear that Lampard’s side will have to improve in the coming weeks.
New £47m German International Timo Werner once again failed to find the net.
Chelsea are the clear favourites coming into the game, and can be backed at around evens. Tottenham, although playing at home are not particularly fancied and can be backed at the bigger price of 5/2.
Timo Werner, despite firing blanks on the weekend is favourite to find the net first and can be backed at 3/1.