Tottenham Hotspur kick off their tenancy at Wembley against Chelsea on Sunday and it could be an ideal time to face their London rivals.
The champions’ title defence started with a 3-2 defeat to Burnley and their squad is arguably weaker than it was last season.
To make matters worse, Diego Costa is AWOL, there are fitness doubts over Eden Hazard, Pedro and Tiemoue Bakoyoko, and they’ll be without the suspended Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas.
Harry Kane has been the top scorer in the Premier League for the last two years, but he’s never scored a league goal in the first month of the campaign.
Tottenham have struggled at Wembley though and that will give Chelsea hope.
Spurs have struggled to press as well on the bigger pitch and this could be a more open game than Mauricio Pochettino would like.
Alvaro Morata was one of the few bright spots for Chelsea against Burnley and he’ll be key if the Blues are going to triumph. The big-money signing is 21/10 to score Anytime.
Chelsea may have beaten Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley last season, but it’s hard to see a repeat happening this weekend.
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