Opta Stats: Tottenham v Chelsea

Can Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side claim victory at Spurs?
Can Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side claim victory at Spurs?

It's a London derby with plenty riding on it as Spurs host Chelsea. Opta present the statistical analysis. 

"Every time Chelsea have scored two or more goals in the Premier League this season they have won (14 times), every time they have scored fewer than twice they have failed to win (five times)."

Chelsea are 17/29.6 to win 2-1.

Spurs have won three and lost just one of their last eight Barclays Premier League home games against the Blues (D4). Tottenham are 4/15.1 to win.

After winning his first two trips to White Hart Lane 2-0, Jose Mourinho has drawn one and lost one of his last two trips to the North London venue. The draw is 3/13.95.

Didier Drogba has scored four goals and assisted five more in his last nine Premier League games against Spurs. Drogba is 14/53.85 to score.

The Blues have won six and lost two of their eight New Year's Day Premier League fixtures. Chelsea are 4/51.8 to score.

Loic Remy has scored in two of his three Premier League appearances against Spurs. Remy is 14/53.85 to score.

Cesc Fabregas has assisted eight goals in his last eight Premier League games against Tottenham and scored two himself. Fabregas is 9/25.3 to score himself.

Chelsea are unbeaten in the last nine Premier League games against Spurs (W4 D5). The draw half-time/full-time is 5/16.0.

Six Tottenham games have ended as 2-1 wins this season, they have not experienced any other scoreline more than twice. A 2-1 home win is 19.5.

Every time Chelsea have scored two or more goals in the Premier League this season they have won (14 times), every time they have scored fewer than twice they have failed to win (five times). Chelsea are 17/29.6 to win 2-1.

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