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 By Nick Miller

Will Chelsea's mini-revival continue against Spurs?

The ESPN FC panel discuss Diego Costa's poor goal-scoring form this season.

Tottenham and Chelsea could not have started their 2015-16 Premier League campaigns any differently. ESPN FC takes a look at the five biggest questions ahead of Saturday's crunch match.

1. Will Chelsea's mini-revival continue?

It has been a calamitous season for Chelsea, but the last couple of games have offered a hint of hope. Their performances in the past two games, wins against Norwich and Maccabi Tel Aviv, while still not exactly being entirely convincing, suggest Jose Mourinho might be able...

 By Mark Worrall

Willian stars for Mourinho and Chelsea but Blues over-rely on Brazilian

Chelsea are still in the title race this season, according to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

While Chelsea's 4-0 rout against Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Champions League on Tuesday worked wonders for their chances of qualifying for the next stage, it also highlighted their over dependence on Willian.

Against lacklustre opponents who played the second half with 10 men, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho had the 27-year old Brazil international to thank the most for what was an important victory.

Willian clipped over a decent corner midway through the first half that led to Gary Cahill's opener....

Tottenham vs. Chelsea shows differing fortunes of Harry Kane, Diego Costa

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes debate who will finish higher this season - Tottenham or Chelsea?

They represented the odd couple in an imaginary team. When the PFA polled its members to determine who figured in their team of last season, two strikers secured the most votes: Harry Kane and Diego Costa. They can be portrayed as opposites in almost every respect, bringing the smile and the snarl respectively. It is just as well they are rivals when Tottenham host Chelsea on Sunday; it is hard to imagine two such diametrically different characters in harness.

They are also players whose fortunes...

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Gary Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt, Man United renew Hummels interest

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop delves deeper into the Gary Cahill, Diego Costa and Mats Hummels transfer rumours.

The winter window draws closer with each passing day, and the transfer rumour mill is starting to pick up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals here.

TOP STORY: Cahill's Chelsea future in doubt?

Gary Cahill's future at Chelsea could be in doubt, according to The Times and The Sun.

Cahill will celebrate his 30th birthday next month, and Chelsea have what The Sun calls a "strict over-30s rule" that means the England international effectively has...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea must regain cutting edge in front of goal with Tottenham trip next

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes that Chelsea have been continuing to improve both domestically and in Europe.

A 4-0 win away in the Champions League is always very welcome. That Chelsea's opposition on Tuesday night was Maccabi Tel Aviv, a team with no points and with just one goal in this season's competition, matters little.

And yet there remains a degree of frustration at Chelsea's performance, which is rather strange considering the seemingly unequivocal scoreline. But for all Chelsea's dominance and clear superiority, there is no hiding from the fact that they struggled to put away spirited but limited...

 By Mark Worrall

Willian stands tall for Chelsea once again in Champions League

Chelsea picked up an ever important win against Maccabi Tel-Aviv that puts them on the top of Group G in the Champions League.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes that Chelsea have been continuing to improve both domestically and in Europe.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he wanted to show Gary Cahill he has confidence in him by playing him in this important clash against Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill says the team needs to build from this win.
Jose Mourinho fixes a divot during Chelsea's Champions League tie with Maccabi Tel-Aviv.

Chelsea routed Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 in Israel to move to the top of Champions League Group G with one game remaining.

Gary Cahill opened the scoring midway through the first half for the Blues, who took the game by the scruff of the neck after Maccabi were reduced to 10 men when Tal Ben Haim was sent off shortly before the break.

Willian was the star of the show, assisting Cahill's goal with a corner and scoring Chelsea's second with a sublime free kick. Late goals from Oscar and substitute Kurt...