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Chelsea v Tottenham: 25/1 Spurs see another nine yellow cards

| 26.11.2016

After a north London derby against Arsenal and a midweek trip to Monaco, the big games are coming thick and fast for Tottenham. Spurs head to Chelsea this weekend, scene of their infamous implosion in last season’s title race, so how will Mauricio Pochettino’s men fare this time around?

A lot has changed in seven months. Back in May, Tottenham headed to west London as Leicester’s closest challengers, while Chelsea laboured in mid-table.

Now, Spurs have won only one of their last nine games in all competitions, while the Blues have won six on the spin, keeping a clean sheet each time.

Ahead of the heated clash, our traders have priced up a range of specials for the Saturday evening fixture.

First up is 9/4 on a red card to be dished out by Michael Oliver at any point, and it wouldn’t be the first time it’s happened, with Oliver dismissing Younes Kaboul in this fixture at the Bridge in 2014.

Meanwhile it’s 16/1 that at least one of Antonio Conte or Pochettino are dismissed to the stands.

You can get 25/1 on Spurs racking up over 8.5 yellow cards, having claimed nine back in May.

And they’re the more likely side to have a player see red, with 9/2 available on Spurs going down to 10 men at any point, while it’s 6s for a Chelsea player to head for an early bath.

Moving on to the potential heroes, Diego Costa and Harry Kane are 11/2 to both find the net on Saturday, while it’s 12s that Kane teams up with Son Heung-Min as they did six months ago.

The England international has netted a pair of penalties since returning from injury, and it’s 10s Kane tucks one away from the spot at the Bridge.

Gary Cahill and Eden Hazard scored the goals that did for Spurs back in May, prompting a Jamie Vardy party up in the East Midlands, and it’s 22/1 the duo do the damage one again.

And if you’re wondering, 200/1 says all four men who scored in that game do so once more this weekend.

Finally, it’s 40/1 that Spurs again find themselves 2-0 up, only to throw it all away and end up with a 2-2 draw.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.