Chelsea take on Spurs with live streaming available from Stamford Bridge in this Premier League encounter.
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The first domestic cup of the season is up for consideration at Wembley today as Premier league leaders Chelsea take on their London rivals, Spurs, in the final of the Capital One Cup.
The big news from a Chelsea perspective is the enforced ban of Nemanja Matic. The midfield powerhouse is suspended as a result of his sending off against Burnley last weekend in the premier league. The Serbian sits out the first of a two-match ban after his dismissal for his reaction to a tackle by Burnley’s Ashley Barnes.
Brazilian midfielder Ramires is the most likely replacement especially as John Obi Mikel is still out with a knee injury. As has been the case the last couple of weeks, manager Jose Mourinho will once again have a big decision to make in defence with Petr Cech and Kurt Zouma challenging Thibaut Courtois and Gary Cahill for places in the back line.
Spurs meanwhile are set to field a much changed side from the one which crashed out of the Europa league midweek to Fiorentina. Mauricio Pochettino made seven changes to his side for the clash with the Serie A side and is set to recall the likes of Harry Kane, Andros Townsend and Kyle Walker with Hugo Lloris challenging league cup regular, Michel Vorm for a place in goal.
Younes Kaboul, Emmanuel Adebayor and Etienne Capoue will hope to make the match day squad after failing to make the cut for the Europa league clash.
The major talking point ahead of the final was the revelation from Mourinho that Spurs wanted him as boss in 2007. The Portuguese tactician revealed that he turned down an approach to join Tottenham following his first exit from Stamford Bridge with an exit clause preventing him from a controversial switch.
“I couldn’t go,” he said. “I could not train in England for two years.”
Asked if he would have considered Spurs, Mourinho added: “No, because I love Chelsea supporters too much.”
Path to the final
V Bolton 2-1
V Shrewsbury 2-1
V Derby 3-1
V Liverpool 2-1 [on aggregate]
V Nottingham Forest 3-1
V Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0
V Newcastle United 4-0
V Sheffield United 3-2 [on aggregate]
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