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Chelsea earned their first away win of the season after beating Tottenham Hotspur with goals from Taylor-Crossdale and Hudson-Odoi. This result means the Blues remain on the bottom of the table, level on points with Sunderland, Swansea and Spurs and with a game in hand.

Next week Chelsea will face Premier League 2 leaders Liverpool at home, in a crucial game for Joe Edwards as Chelsea development squad needs more consistency to move up the table following a slow start to the season.

Scorers: Taylor-Crossdale 2′, 53′; Hudson-Odoi 90’+2′ (CHE) Harrison 11′; Sterling 90’+4′ (TOT)

CHELSEA – Jamie Cumming; Reece James, Trevoh Chalobah, Jake Clarke-Salter (C), Josh Grant; Ruben Sammut, Kyle Scott; Harvey St Clair, Jacob Maddox (Luke McCormick 67′), Callum Hudson-Odoi; Martell Taylor-Crossdale (Cole Dasilva 89′)

TOTTENHAM – Alfie Whiteman, George Marsh, Keanan Bennetts (Christian Maghoma 62′), Oliver Skipp, Japhet Tanganga, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster, Shilow Tracey, Luke Amos (C), Shayon Harrison, Marcus Edwards (Kazaiah Sterling 75′), Erik Lamela (Joe Pritchard 61′)

UNDER 18 – Chelsea remain in top of the table after getting a crucial home win against Brighton, thanks to a free-kick from Billy Gilmour (who had already trained with the Rangers first-team before joining the Blues in May) with 10′ left to go.

CHELSEA – Nicolas Tie; Tariq Lamptey, Marc Guehi, Marcel Lavinier, Jon Panzo; Jonathan Russell (Tino Anjorin 66′), Billy Gilmour, Conor Gallagher (c), George McEachran; Daishawn Redan, Charlie Brown (Juan Castillo)

BRIGHTON – Tom McGill, Hamish Morrison, Mamadou Kone, Tareq Shihab, Ben Clark-Eden, Hayden Roberts, Isaac Hutchinson, Jordan Araujo (Teddy Hoare 64′), Stefan Ljubicic (Charlie Ferguson 78′), Dan Cashman (Ryan Longman 67′), Alex Cochrane


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Chelsea are set to face Tottenham at White Hart Lane tonight, when Antonio Conte will try to continue the Blues’ positive trend so far.

Venue: White Hart Lane

Kick-Off:  8pm BST on Wednesday 4th January


  • Kyle Walker and Jan Vertonghen, who both missed last clash against Watford, are now available after being suspended;
  • Moussa Sissoko is expected to start in midfield;
  • Erik Lamela remains out of squad due to a long-term injury.


  • Nemanja Matic and Cesc Fabregas will battle for a place in midfield;
  • Pedro is now available after suspension, with Willian in great shape;
  • Marcos Alonso is still in doubt and Conte admitted he’ll make a final decision today.

Predicted LineUps

TOTTENHAM – Lloris, Walker, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Rose, Dier, Wanyama, Dembele, Eriksen, Alli, Kane

CHELSEA – Courtois, Azpilicueta, Cahill, Luiz, Kante, Matic, Alonso, Moses, Hazard, Pedro, Costa



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