Three Chelsea weaknesses Spurs can exploit to close the gap
Chelsea arrive at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night in almost historic form. If they see off Spurs then they’ll be the first club in history to win fourteen consecutive top-flight matches in the same season and equal Arsenal’s fourteen-game record that was achieved over two campaigns.
That’s the challenge which faces Mauricio Pochettino’s side. Looking at the form book, there are no weaknesses in Chelsea’s XI right now, on paper at least.
On the night though, buoyed by their home support, they certainly have a chance. Spurs have an excellent squad of their own and are on a winning streak of their own, albeit much smaller spanning four Premier League outings.
Where can Pochettino’s men get at Chelsea? What are their paths to victory?
Here are THREE weaknesses we spot in the Chelsea line-up that Spurs should exploit to gain a massive victory and stop history being made in their own backyard…