With a big London derby approaching when we face Tottenham in the Premier League, we pick out some of the key facts and figures ahead of kick-off at Spurs...

Tottenham vs Chelsea head-to-head record

Played 174
Won 77
Drawn 43
Lost 54

Biggest win for each team:

Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 Chelsea - 1920/21 (Division One)
Tottenham Hotspur 1-6 Chelsea - 1997/98 (Premier League)

Chelsea are looking to extend our unbeaten Premier League run against Tottenham to nine games. We have won six and drawn two of the last eight.

The Blues are aiming to win four consecutive away league matches at Tottenham for the first time in our history.

Tottenham’s last league victory against us was at Wembley in November 2018, when they won 3-1. We have a 100 per cent Premier League record (three games) at their new stadium.

Spurs have conceded more Premier League goals against Chelsea (110) than they have against any other opponent.

Chelsea have won more Premier League matches against Tottenham (33) than we have against any other team in the competition. We have also won more games in all competitions against Tottenham than we have against any other club.

Most Chelsea wins in all competitions

Tottenham Hotspur - 77
Newcastle United - 76
Everton - 75
Manchester City - 71
Arsenal - 66
Aston Villa - 66
Liverpool - 65

The reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge in August ended 2-2, after a 96th-minute equaliser by Harry Kane.

A Spurs victory on Sunday will give them four Premier League points against the Blues in a single season for the second time. The other was in 2008/09.

Last five meetings at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

22 December 2019 - Premier League - W 2-0
29 September 2020 - League Cup - D 1-1 (lost on pens)
4 February 2021 - Premier League - W 1-0
19 September 2021 - Premier League - W 3-0
12 January 2022 - League Cup - W 1-0

Chelsea form

Last five Premier League results

Crystal Palace (h) W 1-0
Liverpool (a) D 0-0
Fulham (h) D 0-0
West Ham United (a) D 1-1
Southampton (h) L 0-1

Chelsea have won nine of our last 13 away Premier League London derbies. The exceptions were a defeat at the London Stadium against West Ham last season, and this season’s goalless draw at Brentford and a loss at Fulham.

Since our 2-0 win at Villa Park in October, we have won four points from a possible 21 away from Stamford Bridge (draws at Brentford, Nottingham Forest, Liverpool and West Ham).

Chelsea's Premier League games have produced 46 goals this season (23 for, 23 against), fewer than any other side.

Tottenham form

Last five Premier League results

Manchester City (a) L 2-4
Fulham (a) W 1-0
Manchester City (h) W 1-0
Leicester City (a) L 1-4
West Ham United (h) W 2-0

Tottenham have won four and lost four of their past eight matches in the Premier League.

Tottenham have won 15 points from their nine London derbies in the Premier League this season. Both their defeats were against Arsenal.

At home in the competition, after winning eight games in a row between May and October, Antonio Conte’s side have lost four of their last seven to Newcastle, Liverpool, Aston Villa and Arsenal.

No player has scored either the opening goal (seven) or the winning goal (eight) in more different Premier League games this season than Harry Kane. He is the Premier League’s second highest scorer with 17 behind Erling Haaland who has 26.

Only Man City (60) and Arsenal (51) have scored more league goals this season than Tottenham (44).

Chelsea stats

This will be our fifth Premier League London derby since 12 January. We have only had to leave the capital once (Liverpool) in our last seven league matches.

With Cesar Azpilicueta’s head injury last weekend, Chelsea were allowed a concussion substitute and for the first time in our history we used six substitutes in a league game.

Against Southampton, Enzo Fernandez made more successful ball recoveries (32) and successful passes (277/310) than any other Chelsea player in a game since he joined the club.

David Fofana was 100 per cent successful in all his three dribbles, his attacking-third passes (three) and tackles (one) in the same game.

Chelsea milestone

If selected, Trevoh Chalobah will make his 50th appearance for the club in all competitions.

Tottenham stats

Antonio Conte’s side are fourth, a point ahead of fifth placed Newcastle and 12 behind leaders Arsenal.

Tottenham have scored more goals from corners than any other side in the Premier League this season (11).

Tottenham’s Premier League games have produced 79 goals this season (44 goals, 35 against). Only Manchester City's matches have seen more goals (84).

Tottenham have been trailing in 14 matches this season and have come back to win 14 points from those games (four wins, two draws).

This season's Premier League stats (24 games)

Most minutes (max 2,160): Kane 2,146, Hojbjerg 2,053, Dier 2,005, Lloris 1,890, Son 1,757
Most assists: Kulusevski 5, Perisic 5, Hojbjerg 3, Son 3
Clean sheets: Lloris 7, Forster 1
Most fouls committed: Bentancur 24, Romero 24, Hojbjerg 23, Perisic 22
Most yellow cards: Bentancur 8, Bissouma 5, Kane 4, Perisic 4, Romero 4, Sessegnon 4
Red cards: Emerson 1, Romero 1

Premier League scorers

Kane 17 (2 pens), Bentancur 5, Son 5, Hojbjerg 4, Davies 2, Dier 2, Kulusevski 2, Emerson 2, Sessegnon 2, Doherty 1, own goals 2

Matchweek 25 Premier League fixtures

Friday 24 February Premier League fixture

  • Fulham vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 8pm (Sky Sports)

Saturday 25 February Premier League fixtures

  • Everton vs Aston Villa 3pm

  • Leeds United vs Southampton 3pm

  • Leicester City vs Arsenal 3pm

  • West Ham United vs Nottingham Forest 3pm

  • Bournemouth vs Manchester City 5.30pm (Sky Sports)

  • Crystal Palace vs Liverpool 7.45pm (Sky Sports)

Sunday 26 February Premier League fixture

  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea 1.30pm (Sky Sports)

Wednesday 1 March Premier League fixtures

  • Arsenal vs Everton 7.45pm

  • Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers 8pm

Manchester United vs Brentford and Newcastle United vs Brighton & Hove Albion have been postponed for the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.

Matchweek 24 Premier League results

Saturday 18 to Sunday 19 February

  • Aston Villa 2-4 Arsenal

  • Brentford 1-1 Crystal Palace

  • Brighton & Hove Albion 0-1 Fulham

  • Chelsea 0-1 Southampton

  • Everton 1-0 Leeds United

  • Manchester United 3-0 Leicester City

  • Newcastle United 0-2 Liverpool

  • Nottingham Forest 1-1 Manchester City

  • Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 West Ham United

  • Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Bournemouth