I know I always go into any game pessimistic, it's default mode for any Spurs' fan, but tonight's game can only go with one result- Chelsea taking their 14th victory on the bounce. But just maybe...
Tottenham have won only four of their 49 league matches against Chelsea (D19, L26), with all four of those victories coming at White Hart Lane.
Chelsea have won only one of their last 10 Premier League matches at White Hart Lane (D5, L4) - the 4-2 victory on 20 October 2012.
The Blues could do the league double against Spurs for the first time since 2005-06.
Tottenham could remain unbeaten in their opening 10 home matches of a Premier League season for the second time. The other occasion was in 2000-01 (when they won 13).
They have won four league games in a row, scoring 13 goals in the process and conceding just three.
Harry Kane has scored 17 goals in his last 17 Premier League London derbies, including 10 in his last nine played at White Hart Lane.
This will be Mauricio Pochettino's 150th Premier League as a manager/head coach.
A victory for Chelsea would make them the first team to win 14 consecutive top-flight matches within the same season. They would equal Arsenal's English top-flight record of 14 successive wins between February-August 2002 (over two seasons).
Only once before in the Premier League has a side won more points than Chelsea's 49 after 19 games - that was also Chelsea in 2005-06 (52).
The Blues have won six successive Premier League away games, conceding just one goal.
Diego Costa has scored in seven of his nine away league appearances this season, only failing to find the net at Arsenal and Sunderland.