Sunday is a massive game for both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur and one neither side can afford.
Harry Kane blanked on the opening weekend but he will be desperate to put that right on Sunday afternoon.
Match preview: Chelsea vs Tottenham
Chelsea kick-started their season with a 1-0 win over Everton.
Jorginho’s penalty deep into stoppage time in the first-half proved to be enough for the Blues.
The west London club were worthy winners but made hard work of it in the end as they were forced to hold on.
Thomas Tuchel’s side showed that they still have plenty of work to do to their squad with the need for a striker, midfielder and defender.
Chelsea have just one recognised striker in their squad in Armando Broja, started with three central defenders over the age of 31 last Saturday and an injury to Mateo Kovačić has left them light in midfield.
Battle of the Bridge
On Saturday, they face one of their most important fixtures of the season, as they host Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs have a truly shocking record at Stamford Bridge with just two league wins there since 1990.
Their last league win at the Bridge came back in 2018 when a Mauricio Pochettino team defeated Antonio Conte’s Blues.
Now, Conte will be hoping he can guide his Tottenham side to a rare win in west London.
Tottenham started their season strong with a big 4-1 win over Southampton.
They were made to come from behind as James Ward-Prowse fired the Saints into an early lead.
But in the end, Spurs ended up comfortably winning the match with an emphatic victory.