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Here are five football tips that Adam Drury thinks you should consider for Chelsea v Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime.

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Chelsea to win to nil

Chelsea were a bit unlucky in their defeat to Manchester United on Monday, so expect things to go differently here.

The Blues won 2-0 at Tottenham in December, while their xG against figure is far healthier than their actual goals conceded, suggesting that a defensive improvement will soon come.

Tottenham didn’t even try to score for the first 70 minutes of Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat to RB Leipzig, and Jose Mourinho said after the game that fielding an attack of Steven Bergwijn, Lucas Moura and Dele Alli is like “going to fight with a gun without bullets”.

Mason Mount to score

Mount looked like he needed a break over Christmas and January, but played well off the bench against Manchester United on Monday.

Nobody had more shots than the 21-year-old in that match (three), while only Tammy Abraham and Christian Pulisic – both of whom could be absent – have had more attempts on goal per league game for Chelsea this season.

Harry Winks to be carded

Winks has been booked seven times this season, including against Arsenal and Manchester United.

An opposition midfielder has been carded in eight of Chelsea’s last nine Premier League matches.

Chelsea to have over 7.5 corners

Chelsea have had at least eight corners in all of their last nine home games.

The Blues have had an average of 8.23 corners per league match at Stamford Bridge this season, with Tottenham conceding 7.08 per away game.

Tottenham to have most cards

No team has picked up more cards away from home in the Premier League than Tottenham this season.

Spurs average 2.38 cards per away game, while Chelsea have accrued just 1.77 bookings per home match.

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