It could be argued that Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Chelsea on Sunday is a battle between two title contenders.
Both sides have enjoyed strong starts to the season and are separated by just two points, with Spurs two points better off than their west London rivals.
The north London side also went into the weekend top of the table, with Chelsea in third.
Chelsea have won their last three league fixtures, while Tottenham have gone one better and won four on the trot, a run that put them top of the table going into the weekend.
Something will therefore have to give this weekend when they match up at Stamford Bridge.
What time is Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur?
Sunday’s clash between Chelsea and Spurs - who went into the weekend third and first in the league respectively - is the day’s teatime fixture.
Kick-off will be at 4.30pm, soon after Manchester United finish their match down at Southampton.
Later on Sunday night Arsenal entertain Wolves at the Emirates, with both sides looking to break into the top half of the table.
Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur TV channel and live stream
Sunday’s London derby is one of three fixtures that makes up Sky Sports’ Super Sunday.
Coverage will begin at 4pm on both the Main Event and Premier League channels after the final whistle goes at St Mary’s.
Fans will have a triple-header on Sky Sports on Sunday, with Arsenal vs Wolves also being shown by the broadcaster.
Those who have Sky Sports - either through Sky subscriptions or NOW TV - can stream the game through the respective apps.
Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur odds
The irresistible force meets the immovable object in a genuine super Sunday showdown.
Chelsea have won seven and drawn three of their last 10, including a Champions League win on Tuesday which sealed a place in the knockout stages. Tottenham went top of the table by beating Manchester City last weekend, part of a won six drawn two sequence which might have been even more impressive but for conceding last minute levellers at home to West Ham and Newcastle.
Chelsea are 11/10 favourites, with Spurs surprisingly long at 5/2, the same price as the draw.
Expect Jose to park his usual bus. Since arriving at Spurs, the pragmatic one has presided over nine encounters with top-six teams, only one of which have featured four goals or more with five paying out for Under 2.5 Goals backers.
Under 2.5 goals is Evens while the 1-1 correct score is 15/2.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com and are subject to change.