Chelsea must have the blues right now after an opening day tonking against Burnley; not how they wanted to start their reign as Premier League champions.
Both red cards shown to Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were deserved, and while the stats show that the boys in blue were still the better side against the Clarets when down to ten and even nine men, Antonio Conte has a tough old selection nightmare to overcome.
That pairing is out, and they join Eden Hazard and new man Tiemoue Bakayoko on the sidelines, while Pedro is rated at 50/50 at best to take to the Wembley turf against Spurs.
Ah yes, Wembley: perhaps not the home comfort Tottenham need this term. Whatever the reason for their hoodoo at HQ, they need to overcome it and sharpish.
But clearly they are in the driving seat for this game, even without both first choice full backs, and Spurs should just about get the best of a tight and conservative affair.
Under 2.5 Goals (Evens with Betfair)