London derby that could be a classic (VIDEO)

Hazard, Oscar, Mata, Torres, Bale, Dempsey, Dembele and Lennon all of these players should feature at White Hart lane at Lunchtime today. This match has been a hugely anticipated Premier League fixture each season as it always guarantees goals and excitement.

At the moment both clubs are in good form. Chelsea are top of the tree and unbeaten in the league and AVB has managed a minor miracle at Spurs as their season has turned around having won the last four matches.

I expect both teams to be relatively confident about the match. Spurs haven’t lost at home to Chelsea since 2007 although Chelsea in recent form look unbeatable. With the players I have mentioned above, they all have amazing attacking qualities and therefore you need to be expected to see plenty of creativity and a lot of goal mouth action.

From what I have seen of Chelsea and the way they play the Blues look like the best example England has to being Barcelona and the style that they play. With Torres as the loan striker and the trio of Oscar, Mata and Hazard who all create chances as well as scoring plenty themselves, there is no surprise Di Matteo’s men are at the top.

As for Tottenham they will play a more traditional English style and will look to exploit the pace of Bale and Lennon as they have done for many seasons. Although they have quick wingers Spurs also have some clever players in field in attack with the likes of Clint Dempsey, Moussa Dembele and Jermaine Defoe. Defoe in particular I am a big admirer of, he can score a goal from nothing and that is what AVB will be looking for from him.

There is one thing for sure! This Saturday I will be tuning in to see the London derby at White Hart Lane, because there is one thing for sure there will be plenty of action in attack and no doubt the game will played at quite a fast pace. Plus AVB is going back to his former club for the first time since his departure, which could add to the spice of the occasion.

Here is an example of a Tottenham v Chelsea classic. 

Daniel Clark