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Momentum to help Chelsea equal record
Chelsea will be looking to equal Arsenal's record tally of 14 straight Premier League wins when they take on Tottenham on Wednesday.

The Blues have been imperious in recent times but will be travelling to a ground where they have not won since 2012 and will be facing a team who themselves are in a rich vein of form.

Spurs' 4-1 win at Watford on Sunday saw them move back into the top four in the Premier League and they go into Wednesday's clash looking for their sixth win, at n/a, from their last seven domestic outings.

Encouragingly striker Harry Kane looks to have the bit between the teeth again and will be bullish about his chances of continuing his form, having produced arguably the performance of his career in his side's 5-3 win over the Blues in 2015.

Having netted three times in his last two outings, the chance to take on Chelsea's excellent defence will surely inspire him.

The Lilywhites will be facing a team with the momentum behind them though and history will beckon for Antonio Conte's men if they seal another victory at n/a.

Conte's decision to switch to a 3-4-3 formation has undoubtedly been a massive success and he is sure to have a few tactical titbits up his sleeve ahead of the clash at White Hart Lane.

With a trip to Leicester their next Premier League outing on January 14, he will fancy their chances of breaking the record if they can do the business in North London.

As mentioned though, this is a fixture they have struggled in over the last few years and the two sides parity on paper means a draw could well be on the cards at n/a.

Although this fixture finished 0-0 last term, the attacking talent on show means goals could well be on the agenda, with over 2.5 at n/a a definite possibility.

It is sure to be an intriguing encounter at White Hart Lane but Chelsea's momentum is hard to ignore and could just give them the edge in what could turn out to be one of the games of the season.

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