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Chelsea frustrated at Tottenham as Diego Costa watches from the bench

Tottenham entered this match aiming to finish top four, however both Chelsea and Spurs ended the day sharing the points.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Tottenham missed a golden opportunity to close in on the leaders in their 0-0 draw against Chelsea.

LONDON -- Three points from Chelsea's 0-0 draw at Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.

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1. Chelsea continue slow recovery

Sunday's goalless draw was a good point for both sides at White Hart Lane, and yet there was also the lingering feeling this was a missed chance.

As they did in a 1-1 draw at Arsenal, Tottenham failed to claim the win that would have pushed them from mere Champions League chasers to title challengers. Meanwhile, Chelsea failed to get the win that really would have gotten them back...

 By Ben Pearce

Confident Tottenham primed for Chelsea challenge

Tottenham aim to extend their league unbeaten run against Chelsea, while a resurgent Liverpool take on Swansea.
The ESPN FC panel can't see how Chelsea will beat Tottenham, but Janusz Michallik thinks they can pull it off.
Jose Mourinho admits it's hard not to see that Tottenham's Harry Kane is a top striker, amid rumours of a potential transfer offer.

Tottenham can land a big punch in the battle for Champions League qualification on Sunday when they host a struggling Chelsea side at White Hart Lane.

Spurs sit 10 points ahead of Jose Mourinho's team in the Premier League table and would extend that lead to 13 if they can become the eighth team to overcome the west London outfit in the top flight this season.

If that scenario sounds familiar, that's because it is. It echoes February 2012, when Tottenham held a 10-point lead over Arsenal in...

Tottenham are Premier League contenders, but caveats remain

Can Mauricio Pochettino's men pose a serious title challenge? Are Manchester United's defenders channeling Martin Škrtel?
Tottenham aim to extend their league unbeaten run against Chelsea, while a resurgent Liverpool take on Swansea.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop believe Tottenham have to focus on their encounter against Chelsea.
Anthony Richardson previews Tottenham's clash against Chelsea, where Spurs sport a 12-match league unbeaten run.

Are Tottenham Hotspur title contenders?

If you'd asked that question at almost any point in the Premier League's history, and indeed for many of its preceding years, you'd have been gently ushered out of the room and advised to take some time off. But after an unbeaten run that stretches back to the second game of the season, more and more people are beginning to wonder if something extraordinary is happening at White Hart Lane. It is, of course, far too early to draw any solid conclusions, but...

 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...

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Tottenham or Chelsea -- who will finish higher this season?

The FC TV panel have their say but what do you think? Vote now!

London pride is on the line when Tottenham host Chelsea on Sunday.

The two sides have experienced contrasting fortunes so far this Premier League season, with Tottenham currently fifth and Chelsea languishing 15th in the table.

Which brings us to this week's question:

Who will finish higher this season?

The last time Tottenham finished above Chelsea in the league was in 2011-12 but even that was bittersweet for the White Hart Lane side, because Chelsea's Champions League win meant Spurs missed out on qualification to the following...

 By Ben Pearce

Tottenham team effort validates Pochettino's Europa League gamble

Harry Kane scored his 10th goal in all competitions as Tottenham advanced to the Europa League knockout stages.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop believe Tottenham have to focus on their encounter against Chelsea.

Eyebrows were raised when Mauricio Pochettino took an almost full-strength squad to Azerbaijan and then picked most of his senior players against Qarabag less than three days before a crucial Premier League showdown with Chelsea at midday on Sunday.

It remains to be seen how those decisions will affect Spurs, and the top-four battle, at the weekend -- but the Argentine will feel justified in his decisions for now, after this mature 1-0 victory which ensured Tottenham qualified for the knockout stages...