Soccer fans are looking forward to a warm-hearted match at the London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea on Saturday in the 13th round of the English Premier League.
The London derby between Tottenham and Chelsea has always been very lively and exciting, especially with the great levels of Spurs and Blues in recent years, especially in the Premiership.
Chelsea have outperformed Tottenham in the past 160 encounters, the Blues have won 68 times and the Spurs have won 52 times and tied 40 times.
The biggest win for Tottenham was 5/0 in 1920 in the league alongside Chelsea’s 6-1 win in the English Premier League in 1997.
The first match between the two teams in the league on 18 December 1909, Chelsea won 2/1, while the last game ended with a 3-1 win over Tottenham on April 1.
Poctenio seeks to continue the awakening with Tottenham Hotspur because winning means stronger competition accounts after stumbling into the Premiership.
The Argentine coach relies on his way of 4-2-3-1, which enables him to hold on the middle of the pitch, and Bouktenio is certainly betting on the capabilities of his goal Harry Kane to shake the window Chelsea, and behind the trio of industry play Deli Ale, Christian Eriksen and Lucas Mora, and the way of playing at times 4-3-1-2 enter Mora as a second striker next to Ken.