Tottenham 2-0 Chelsea LIVE! Kane, Skipp goals - Premier League result, match stream, latest updates today

Tottenham 2-0 Chelsea LIVE! Kane, Skipp goals - Premier League result, match stream, latest updates today

Tottenham vs Chelsea LIVE!

Spurs earned derby bragging rights on Sunday as second-half goals from Oliver Skipp and Harry Kane maintained their hunt for a top-four finish and extending the Blues’ miserable run under coach Graham Potter. Skipp picked up a clearance by Chelsea’s British record signing Enzo Fernandez and fired in from more than 20 yards, before Kane secured the three points when he pounced at the far post after a corner by Heung-min Son was flicked on by Eric Dier in the 82nd minute.

Chelsea, who failed to score for fourth time in five league games despite spending around £300 million on players in January alone, failed to create any clear-cut chances to get themselves back into the game.The win - the first for the hosts in nine league games against Chelsea - kept Spurs fourth in the table, four points ahead of fifth-placed Newcastle United who have played two games less.

Chelsea sit in 10th position, 14 points behind Spurs. Potter’s side have now won only two games in their last 15 in all competitions. Read the game back below with our dedicated match blog, featuring expert insight and analysis from Dan Kilpatrick and Nizaar Kinsella at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tottenham vs Chelsea latest news

  • GOAL! Kane looks to settle it!

  • GOAL! Skipp stunner breaks deadlock!

  • NO RED CARD! Ziyech sent off and then brought back

  • POST! Hojbjerg denied

  • INJURY! Thiago Silva forced off

Tottenham Hotspur FC 2 - 0 Chelsea FC

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Here are Dan Kilpatrick’s Tottenham player ratings.

Cristian Romero getting plenty of plaudits.


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Does Graham Potter survive this?


Dan Kilpatrick at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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Spurs’ two academy graduates score to down Chelsea Galacticos.

For all Chelsea’s struggles, there was also pressure on Spurs to consolidate 4th & put away a hopelessly out-of-form opponent and they responded well. The gap between clubs is now 14 points. Chelsea are sinking fast.

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Tottenham assistant manager Cristian Stellini is enjoying quite the run.

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Nizaar Kinsella at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“Chelsea can forget about top four now.

“A typical display that lacked fluidity, saw a poor reaction to an opposition goal and with a sense of self-sabotage thrown in the mix for good measure.”


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96min: That’s it! Derby delight for Spurs.

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92min: Richarlison is replaced by Porro.

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90min: Six minutes added on.

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85min: Tottenham fans in full voice, singing “Chelsea get battered everywhere they go” as we enter the final five minutes.


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82min: Another goal from a corner for Spurs as Dier flicks on to Kane unmarked at the back post!

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79min: Son is on for Kulusevski.

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77min: Looks like it might be Son o’clock for Spurs as they look to see out the game.

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74min: Mount goes into the book for a late tackle on Romero, who himself almost gets booked for kicking out.

Spurs still in control, just.

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72min: Pause in play as referee Atwell needs to change his top, or something.

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70min: Chelsea seeing more and more of the ball but Spurs are so dangerous on the counter.

Emerson again very impressive.

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67min: Fantastic goalkeeping from Forster to take the ball off Joao Felix’s toe inside the area. A second later and that’s a goal or a penalty.

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66min: A glorious chance for Spurs as Emerson wins the ball in Chelsea’s final third, feeds Kane down the right, who turns and looks to find an unmarked Davies inside the area but his cross is overhit.

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65min: Sterling now playing on the right wing, Joao Felix left wing and Mount in central attacking midfield behind Havertz up front.

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64min: The level has dropped somewhat since the goal. You feel Tottenham need a second to be safe with Chelsea boasting plenty of talent on their bench.

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62min: Ziyech booed off as he is replaced by Mount. Loftus-Cheek comes off for Zakaria.

Nizaar Kinsella at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“Chelsea, as usual, have been disrupted by the goal, dropping their level. They will hope the bench can provide the lift they need.”

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60min: Mount also warming up.

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59min: Zakaria is coming on.

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56min: Not the greatest response from Chelsea to going behind as Spurs seem pretty comfortable. Potter is looking back at the millions of pounds worth of talent and in need of a spark.

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52min: Spurs pushing for a second. Richarlison is now the latest player to battle with Koulibaly and also comes off worst.

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50min: Kane is down after a clash with Koulibaly when challenging for the ball. He should be OK to continue.


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46min: Straight from the restart, Oliver Skipp fires home from the edge of the area!

It’s his first goal for Spurs!

Second half!

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46min: Back underway!

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Not the most enthralling of London derbies, but it is threatening to boil over. Most bizarre was Ziyech’s red-card-not-red-card incident. Referee Stuart Atwell has some explaining to do.

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53min: Boos for the referee as the half-time whistle goes.


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51min: Wait, Ziyech’s red card has now been overturned and downgraded to a yellow!

The referee looked back at the VAR monitor and had second thoughts.

What a shambles this is.


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He lashed out at Emerson, who is booked, and Chelsea are down to 10 men in first-half injury time!

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45min: Chilwell sends a corner toward the back post, but Emerson clears.

Three minutes added on.

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44min: First shot on target of the match as Sterling cuts inside and tests Forster, which the keeper gathers at the second attempt. A fierce drive but pretty much down the keeper’s throat.

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40min: Richarlison is struggling to assert himself on the game, but is found by Kane on the corner of the area, shapes to shoot but his effort flies well wide. He was off balance, to be fair, but he rushed that.

Dan Kilpatrick at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“There are some no-holds barred challenges flying in from both sides but referee Staurt Atwell has kept his cards in his pocket so far. It has a proper derby feel but remains cagey as both sides search for a breakthrough.”

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32min: Kepa is winding up the Spurs fans, and I assume players, but delaying his goal kicks. At the next opportunity, Kane goes in a tad late to knock him over.


Dan Kilpatrick at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“Hojbjerg’s strike off the base post came was the result of a fine passage of passing football from Spurs. We’ve not seen much of that patience, incisive play this season.”

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27min: Hojbjerg scored in the reverse fixture and comes within inches of doing so again! His shot from the edge of the area spins off Fofana and thumps the bottom of the post.

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23min: We really are seeing an Emerson Royal reborn. In a matter of minutes he pulls off a nutmeg to start a Spurs attack and then races back to tackle Chilwell inside the area with fine timing.

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20min: Fofana is on.

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18min: Thiago Silva’s game is up. Fofana looks likely to replace him.

Dan Kilpatrick at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“Chelsea are having more of a ball but no possession is usually no problem for Spurs, underlined by a fine counter-attacking involving nutmegs by Kulusevski and Kane. Bright start from both sides.”

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14min: Thiago Silva appears to have been injured by a falling Kane. Fofana and Badiashile are warming up.

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13min: Another Spurs attack and again through Davies, who finds Kulusevski and then Kane, who wants to beat Thiago Silva but is crowded out inside the area.

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12min: Spurs again attack with purpose but this time through Kane, who carries the ball 20 yards before trying to push past Koulibaly, but is soon blocked off.

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11min: Finally Spurs venture into Chelsea’s final third as Kane’s cross-field pass is nodded down by Davies into Richarlison’s path, but the striker’s first touch is poor and Chelsea can clear.

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8min: A Chelsea free kick is floated into the Spurs area but Romero goes down under pressure from Thiago Silva. A bit of an elbow from the Brazilian. He’s a lucky man.

Nizaar Kinsella at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

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“Enzo Fernandez is really dominating this match with the ball. He’s at the heart of Chelsea’s possession-based control.”

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6min: Chelsea enjoyed the majority of the early possession, but Spurs keeping their shape well.

Fernandez looks for Felix as he darts into the area, but it’s overhit.

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4min: Up the other end, a half-hearted shout for a Spurs penalty as the fans scream for a Chelsea handball, but again there is nothing doing.

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3min: Early heart-in-mouth moment for Skipp as Sterling goes down in the area under his tackle, but the referee isn’t interested.


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1min: Here we go!

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Here come the teams.

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Nizaar is impressed.

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Kick-off is fast approaching. Warm-ups are complete and the teams are back in their dressing rooms.

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The last time these two teams back, in the second gameweek of the season, Harry Kane’s last-gasp equaliser secured a draw for Spurs and ended a five-game losing streak against the Blues.

You wouldn’t bet against him scoring again today.

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Auba is back

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“Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang makes the matchday squad for the first time in over a month,” reports Nizaar Kinsella.

“It’s a credit to him for sticking at it and getting back in his manager’s thoughts after difficult circumstances being dropped from the Champions League squad.”

Chelsea go strong

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Chelsea manager Graham Potter had to make some tough decisions as he bids to escape a run that has seen Chelsea win just two of their last 14 matches.

Reece James and Thiago Silva return after being rested, while Ben Chilwell gets the nod over Marc Cucurella as Kalidou Koulibably is preferred to Benoit Badiashile.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek starts alongside Enzo Fernandez, while Hakim Ziyech completes an imposing front four of Joao Felix, Kai Havertz and Raheem Sterling.


Spurs unchanged

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Tottenham have named an unchanged team to face Chelsea as Richarlison keeps his place ahead of Heung-min Son.

Son scored from the bench in last weekend's 2-0 win over West Ham - his fourth goal in just two substitute appearances in the League this season - after replacing a subdued Richarlison, making his first start since the league’s World Cup break.

Ivan Perisic also remains on the bench as Ben Davies continues at left wing-back, while in-form Emerson Royal remains ahead of new £40million signing Pedro Porro.

Oliver Skipp continues in midfield ahead of Pape Matar Sarr while Fraser Forster is in goal.


Chelsea XI

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Here’s how the Blues look.

Tottenham XI

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Richarlison keeps his place.

Stellini not interested in Chelsea form

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Tottenham assistant head coach Cristian Stellini has insisted Chelsea's dismal form can means little ahead of today’s game.

Graham Potter's side have picked up just two wins in their last 14 games in all competitions and another defeat on Sunday could see the pressure on the Chelsea boss intensify.

"A team like Chelsea can recover and win many games in a row. But we have to think about our game and not what happened after," Stellini said.

The Italian reiterated that he remains focused on his own side's preparation as Spurs look to break their eight-game winless run against Chelsea in the Premier League.

"We have to think about us and our way to be better, our way and the target we want to reach. Not think about what the opponent can do or not do," he said.

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Potter backs himself

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Graham Potter insisted he has the resilience to steer Chelsea through their current difficult period despite the death threats made against him and his family.

"To get to this point, you have to have endured tough times," he said. "Otherwise you can't survive. That particular time at Brighton, my first year, taking over the playing style, trying to change the squad. Both my parents passed away. There were constant comparisons in the media with my predecessor.

"If you want to talk about how to affect mental health, comparing you to somebody else is not a good place to start. It was tough. Then we had Covid. That was a really difficult period. It was my first time in the Premier League, having to prove myself.

"Maybe that period enables me to get through this period, or at least to still conduct myself. I'm still here, I'm still alive, I've survived crisis meeting after crisis meeting after crisis meeting. I'm still here, wow.

"I still care, I still absolutely love it. It's still wonderful. I still see the challenge. I still see how grateful I am to be in this position, with you guys having these conversations. It's brilliant but there'll be tough times."

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Head to head

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Spurs’ recent record (well, even further back to be honest) against Chelsea is dismal. They lost five on the spin before Harry Kane’s injury-time equaliser earned a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.

Here’s the overall head-to-head record.

  • Tottenham wins: 55

  • Draw: 42

  • Chelsea wins: 77


Score prediction

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Such has been the level of Chelsea’s form, it is impossible to back them even over an inconsistent Spurs side.

Spurs to win 2-0.

Chelsea team news

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Chelsea are ready to welcome back Reece James, Thiago Silva, Raheem Sterling and Mykhailo Mudryk into the fold, with the foursome having been given the all-clear for the game in a huge boost to Graham Potter.

Whether they all start is a different matter, though.


Spurs team news

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Harry Kane is expected to be fit for Spurs despite recent suggestions the England captain missed training in the build-up.

Heung-min Son was dropped before scoring in the win over West Ham and it remains to be seen if he will continue on the bench or again take Richarlison’s spot.

Yves Bissouma, Rodrigo Bentancur and Ryan Sessegnon are all injured.

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Where to watch

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TV channel: The game will be broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HDR.

Live stream: The Sky Go App will allow subscribers to watch on a live stream across mobile devices, laptops, games consoles, tablets and more.


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Hello and welcome to the Evening Standard’s LIVE coverage of the Premier League clash between Tottenham and Chelsea.

It’s a London derby, and these tend to bring goals and drama. Both teams are in need of a win, though the Blues more so.

Spurs will be wary of their dismal recent record against Chelsea, as they remain winless against their rivals since moving to their new stadium.

We have Dan Kilpatrick and Nizaar Kinsella at the ground. Stick with us.

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