Chelsea have won their last two Premier League games against Tottenham, last winning three in a row in March 2006, when they were managed by current Spurs boss José Mourinho.
Tottenham have won just one of their last 33 away games against Chelsea in all competitions (D11 L21), a 3-1 win in April 2018 in a Premier League fixture.
The away side has won three of the last five Premier League meetings between Chelsea and Spurs (L2), with that occurring just once in the previous 23 games (W1 D9 L13).
Chelsea have lost seven home games in all competitions this season – they last lost more at Stamford Bridge in a single campaign back in 1985-86 (8).
Chelsea are winless in four Premier League games (D2 L2), last having a longer such run in the competition between October-December 2012 (7 games).
Tottenham have won 499 top-flight away games, and could become the seventh team to reach 500 wins on the road after Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Everton, Aston Villa and Chelsea.
In the Premier League, Spurs manager José Mourinho has won 79 games at Stamford Bridge, all during his two spells as Chelsea manager – however, as an away venue he is yet to win there in three attempts (D1 L2), only managing more often at St James’ Park (7) without winning away from home.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard – who made 140 Premier League appearances under José Mourinho – beat him in their first league managerial meeting back in December 2019. Only one manager has ever won his first two league games against Mourinho – Boavista’s Jaime Pacheco in September 2001.
Only Arsène Wenger (106) and Harry Redknapp (39) have won more Premier League London derbies as managers than Tottenham’s José Mourinho (37). Mourinho has the best win ratio of any manager to have managed in 20 or more (37 wins in 56 games, 66%).
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