Each of Chelsea’s last six home matches produced four or more goals

Both Chelsea and Tottenham will search for a way out from crisis when they come across each other in the postponed game of Matchday No 26. The two London rivals will lock horns on Thursday evening at Stamford Bridge.

Each of Chelsea’s last six home matches produced four or more goals. We’ve seen at least four goals in each of Spurs’ previous three Premier League outings.

Cole Palmer holds the second place in the league’s scoring charts with 20 goals to his name this season.

Chelsea rescued a point against Aston Villa with a late equalizer on Saturday evening in Birmingham. It was yet another disappointing defensive showing from Mauricio Pochettino’s men. We will remind you that the Blues had suffered a painful 0-5 loss at the hands of Arsenal last Tuesday.

Tottenham will also come into this on a low. They fell 2-3 to Arsenal in the North London derby on Sunday afternoon. Nevertheless, head coach Ange Postecoglou has a lot of positives to take from that defeat.

First of all, Spurs shoed amazing character to bounce back from a three-goal deficit at the half-time break. They also created numerous chances to score against the best defensive line in the Premier League on the occasion.

Tottenham are also hoping to get revenge for a painful 1-4 home loss to Chelsea in the return game in November last year in North London.

Spurs have managed just one win in the previous five meetings with Chelsea. Chelsea have 40 wins, 19 draws, and 20 defeats in the last 79 home clashes with Tottenham.

This match has goals in it. Neither Chelsea nor Spurs can defend at the moment. The Blues conceded seven goals in the last two Premier League outings. Spurs have allowed just as many in their consecutive league defeats to Newcastle and Arsenal.

Both outfits also possess a strong firepower on display in the final third. Chelsea have five wins and a draw in the last six home fixtures in all competitions. We’ve seen at least four goals in each of these six affairs along the way. Each of Tottenham’s last three league matches also produced four or more goals.

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