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How should Chelsea line up against José Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur?

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Chelsea, Premier League: You choose the starting lineup

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Frank Lampard will address the assembled media in his usual pre-match press conference in a few short hours, and there’s a pretty good chance that he will reveal no significant (or new) injury concerns for the club beyond the two long-term absentees, Ruben Loftus-Cheek (who’s back outside training on his own now!) and Marco van Ginkel.

Both Fikayo Tomori (hip) and Olivier Giroud (ankle) had been battling minor injuries in the last couple weeks, but they could be back now, which could be especially significant in the former’s case. Though if for some reason you’d prefer Giroud to start, then here’s your chance to vote for him!

In any case, all eyes will be on this Super Sunday Showdown at Spurs Stadium — a literal star war — and the players will have to perform to their very best if we are to have a chance of beating Mourinho’s resurgent side.

Choose wisely.

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