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The final whistle blows at White Heart Lane and it ends in a 1-1 draw. The managers have a friendly chat before Mourinho heads down the tunnel.
The Spurs fans are in full voice again as Oscar is replaced by Cesar Azpilicueta.
Torres and Vertonghen clash heavily in the air and it's Torres who is shown a second yellow and red card. That looked incredibly harsh.
Dembele now booked as the game hots up again.
Jermaine Defoe is the latest player off the Tottenham bench and he's on for Roberto Soldado.
Torres caught by Dawson and the Tottenham man is the latest name into the book.
Lewis Holtby has come on in place of Eriksen.
Andre Schurrle is on for Hazard.
GOAL TERRY! Juan Mata makes a real impact, curling a peach of a free kick onto Terry's head and he glances it past Lloris.
Vertonghen into the book now and rightly so. Ramires was almost in on goal but there was just about enough cover.
Andros Townsend is replaced by Chadli.
Ivanovic talks himself into the book.
Handbags in the corner between Torres and Vertonghen after the striker is penalised for tripping. He then has a swipe at Vertonghen and is shown a yellow card.
Juan Mata has come on for Mikel at half-time.
Sky Bet are now offering 13/2 for Chelsea to recover and win the game, while the draw is 11/4 and Tottenham can be backed at 1/2 to seal the victory.
David from Aberaeron sent this one just before kick-off: 'Don't support either team but I hope Spurs win just to show Chelsea what a good manager they threw away without giving him a chance. Benitez isn't doing too badly either!'
Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch and, like many people I'm sure, still sees this as being in the balance. He says: 'I'm really glad Spurs are winning - the Blues just haven't been at the races so far, which is surprising because they are normally good on their travels. I wouldn't rule out the chances of an equaliser happening yet, though. Football is a funny old game and anything can happen, especially if Spurs don't grab a second goal soon.'
Tottenham lead 1-0 at half-time but Chelsea finished the first instalment strongly and Mourinho will be hoping for more of the same in the second period.
A second booking for Tottenham and it's Eriksen into the book for shirt-pulling as Oscar tries to break.
Townsend is the first man in the book and it's for diving.
GOAL SIGURDSSON! Tottenham open the scoring and it's Eriksen who starts the move before Soldado lays it off to Sigurdsson, who just evades the last defender, Terry, and slots past Cech.
The team are in the tunnel and we are approaching kick-off time. Zahid from Crawley says: 'I think AVB has got it slightly wrong. Sandro should be instead of Dembele and Lamela instead of Townsend. Still, Spurs have a great bench. So you never know. Too close to call.'
Tyler from Kettering: 'I reckon a Spurs victory today. Soldado double, Eriksen to run the show and hopefully a JT red card for good measure. C.O.Y.S'
Conor Sheridan is another confused by the lack of Mata, emailing: 'I support Man United but it baffles me how Mourinho persists on not using Juan Mata in the one game he'll be needed, how does Mikel deserve a place over him? I hope Tottenham, particularly Soldado and the improving Eriksen, do some damage today and prove a point, 2-1 spurs!'
Henry Koh isn't expecting much in the way of entertainment: 'This fixture usually produces goals, but this time it could be different, with both teams more closely matched than in recent years. If both midfields cancel each other out, we could be in for a tense, tight affair.'
Laila Falle: 'Mata on the bench again.... What is Mourinho thinking? I just do not get it, he is an excellent player. It beggars belief!'
A bit more info from our friends at Sky Bet now. Spurs have won just three of 42 Premier League meetings with Chelsea but start this one as slight favourites at 6/4. The Blues are available at 19/10 and the draw is 23/10. Fernando Torres gets the nod over Samuel Eto'o in attack and is 9/1 to score the opening goal of the game.
David Newman also fancies Defoe to have an impact off the bench, offering: 'No change in the playing system to make way for on-form Defoe - and he must be pretty annoyed at his lack of playing chances in the Premier League games. But he could prove to be a lethal substitute if he is needed in the second half. Both teams have got a lot to prove and it will be pretty close. Im going for 3-1 to Tottenham wth Soldado (2) and Defoe in the goals.'
Alex Samuels from London has emailed in with: 'I think we are in for a caged match in the first half but then all out war in the second. With Defoe scoring in second half, 1-0 Spurs.'
Sky Bet are offering a few Price Boosts for the match, including Roberto Soldado to score first at 15/2. That looks juicy enough to me, but head now to Sky Bet if you have other ideas and want to check out the full markets.
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