The #BVGoldenGoal is back with a bang following the international break – Chelsea and Spurs lock horns at Stamford Bridge with just five points separating the London rivals in the Premier League table.

We’ve seen plenty of classic, high-scoring encounters between these two heavyweights in recent seasons – the 2-2 draw in the 2014-15 season which ended Tottenham’s title challenge, after they had gone 2-0 up, stands out.

What will happen this time?

We have taken a look at the key stats and facts to help you make your pick and win up to £25k.


Spurs’ have never never won a Premier League game at Stamford Bridge  

Played 25, drawn 9, lost 16 – Tottenham’s record at the Bridge is the most that a team has played on one ground without a single victory in the competition.

This is reflected in the #BVGoldenGoal predictions – with only one of the seven most popular picks being a Tottenham victory (13ass=”size-large wp-image-3339 aligncenter” src=”×683.jpg” alt=”Tottenham” width=”1024″ height=”683″ />

In the last meeting between these two sides, the match-winner was wing-back Marcos Alonso, who netted a stunning a free kick and a late breakaway goal on the counterattack.

He has been chosen as the #BVGoldenGoal-scorer by less than 3{2145621b26fc9aaf9f712205cef9de9b6b89ae8741f566ab7f58c50f0e39ac2a} of people – could he cause Spurs’ backline more touble this weekend?

Winger Pedro has been chosen by the same percentage of players. The Spaniard scoring the equaliser as Chelsea ran out 2-1 winners in this corresponding fixture last season.


So who will you choose for the man, the minute and the match?

Hopefully you’ll be as lucky as last week’s winner, who, incredibly, took home the full double rollover of £75,000 in the Leicester v Chelsea FA Cup match.

Remember, if you pick a player who doesn’t make the matchday squad for your #BVGoldenGoal, you will be awarded another pick.

You can enter your predictions here.

Odds are correct at the time of posting

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