If Tottenham Hotspur had a bad weekend after losing to Burnley in the Premier League, Chelsea had an awful one.
Not only did the Blue lose out on lifting the Carabao Cup in the final on Sunday, but they were also taken to extra time and penalties.
This means 120 minutes under their belt before taking on Spurs just a few days later, as well as the emotional turmoil of losing a final.
And to cap it all off, their keeper and manager came to blows when Kepa refused to be substituted after being treated twice on the pitch.
Willy Caballero was warmed up, stripped off, and ready to come on before the young keeper disobeyed.
Kepa has since been fined a week’s wages, but it remains to be seen whether he will be dropped for the Spurs game.
Tottenham fans may be hoping that Caballero is given the nod once they see his Premier League stats.
Caballero has 26 appearances to his name since arriving in England back in 2014m, playing for Man City and Chelsea.
In that time, he has only lost four games, but two of these have come against Spurs, for both City and Chelsea. That means 50% of his losses have come at the hands of Tottenham.
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