Chelsea’s 13-run unbeaten record will be faced with a tough test on Wednesday, when Conte’s men travel to White Hart Lane to face Tottenham hotspur in their second leg match of the premier league match for this season.
Tottenham is the first club to meet Chelsea for a second time since their unbeaten record started, and Tottenham’s manager Pochettino is making plans to end their unbeaten record when they come vising at White Hart Lane.
Tottenham have had an unbeaten home record in all competitions in their last five games, and they will be hoping to end Chelsea’s 3-4-3 formation win when the blues come for the second-leg, after losing 2-1 to Chelsea in the first-leg at Stamford bridge.
However, Chelsea will be hoping to equal Arsenal’s 14 unbeaten record if they win Spurs at home, and that would put them in a more comfortable zone as title prospective winners.
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