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Dean blows the full-time whistle and it is honours even at Stamford Bridge.
Ramires brings down Bale on the edge of the Chelsea box and is booked after kicking the ball away. Danger here.
Bale goes into the book for a late challenge.
The Chelsea fans are not amused as Oscar comes off and Yossi Benayoun joins the fray.
GOAL FOR SPURS!!!! SIGURDSSON
Vertonghen is penalised for bringing down Torres and then booked for kicking the ball away in frustration.
Change for Chelsea as Hazard makes way for Victor Moses. Huge applause from the Blues fans for the brilliant Belgian.
Another change for Spurs, with Clint Dempsey on for Lewis Hotlby.
Spurs make their first change with Sigurdsson coming on for Lennon. Ramires looks OK to continue.
GOAL FOR CHELSEA!!! RAMIRES!!!
GOAL FOR SPURS!!! ADEBAYOR!!!!
GOAL FOR CHELSEA!!!!
Thanks for all your comments tonight and apologies to those of you whose words of wisdom I didn't have time to publish. With kick-off now rapidly approaching, it's time to focus on the serious business of tonight's game.
There's no bias at all as Arsenal fan Jim Dunker writes: 'Watching commentary from not-currently-sunny-yet-still-beautiful San Diego, California. As a Gooner, don't care if Sczcesny called out Spurs, and contrary to AVB's comments, he called them out as an Arsenal fan & keeper. I'd like to see an unentertaining draw followed by the ghastly realisation that neither team can motivate themselves and in the end, just lay down quietly for a two-week nap. Again, that is with all bias set aside.'
Mark in Southern California says: 'I am disappointed to see that Ade starts instead of Defoe - a real blow to be without Dembele - I am glad Dimpsey didn't make it - this is a real struggle for us. Let's just hope Ade finds some sort of form and that Bale and Lennon turn it on. I see a tense 1-1 looming which is not what I want.'
Cheshire Kat says: 'Chelsea will dominate 1st half then Spurs will fire up the 2nd half, 2-1 Spurs :)'
Ty Young writes: 'Stayed up all night, extremely nervous here in New Zealand! Come on Spurs let me go to bed this morning happy!'
Alan Sams writes: 'Massive game but say what you like keep Bale quiet and Spurs are way less effective, his goals account for about a third of their points, we've more strength all over the pitch and it's going to take a poor performance to lose this one.'
Joshua Edwards says: 'Watching while at work in the USA, could be a very big day for us Spurs fans. History might not run in our favour, but staying positive and going with a 2-1 win today, Bale and Vertonghen to pop up with one. COYS.'
Arsenal fan Joe Harbert, who is unlikely to be the only Gunners fan with a keen interest in tonight's match, writes: 'Being an Arsenal fan inside out, I'm hoping for a Chelsea win tonight. Think it will be 3-1 with Torres on the scoresheet.'
Jason Kane says: 'Come on you Spurs, let's show that very, very, very, average goalkeeper Szczesny that we have the class for the Champions Leauge. COYS!!!'
Funny you should mention the odds, David (that was seamless, wasn't it?) as our friends at Sky Bet have a host of markets available on tonight's game. Chelsea are currently 5/6 to win tonight, Tottenham are on offer at 100/30 and the draw is available at 11/4.
David Newman says: 'Watching live in Israel. Odds are on the home team but I reckon we could sneak a 1-0 away win. Huddlestone to get the goal which will enable him to have his hair cut.'
Tottenham fan Scott Hawkins says: 'Spurs really need a win today, so going to be optimistic and hope we take three points. 1-2 Tottenham. Bale x2 and Oscar. COYS!'
Chelsea fan Luke Burgess writes: 'I can see a cracker coming up! 3-2 to to Chelsea! Mata, Torres and David Luiz! Bale to get a brace for Spurs. COYB!!!'
A nervous Steph, from Monchengladbach, Germany, writes: 'Massive game. As a Chelsea fan a win would be terrific. A draw no disaster. A defeat would throw it wide open with Arsenal in the best position. I am tipping 2-1 to the the Chelsea. Hazard and Lampard.'
If you want to have your say on tonight's clash then drop me a line to firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @skysportsrobp and I'll publish a selection of the best prior to kick-off.
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