Harry Kane v Gary Cahill
Kane, who has returned to form with seven goals in his last four league games, ran Cahill ragged when scoring twice in a 5-3 win in January. Indeed, Jose Mourinho may have planned to bench the Englishman tomorrow. Yet, with John Terry hurt in a 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv, Cahill, who scored on Tuesday night, may be plunged back into the fray.
Danny Rose v Willian
Rose should be one of Spurs' few fresh players. He encounters Chelsea's best this season. Willian could be used as a No. 10 but is likely to start on the right. Rose and his defensive colleagues will have to be on their best behaviour. The Brazilian has already scored six direct free kicks this season so they cannot afford to foul Chelsea too often.
Toby Alderweireld v Diego Costa
Mourinho complained in Israel when Costa was not even getting into the penalty box to attack crosses. It is a reason why he has mustered a mere four goals in 17 games this season. Unlike Belgian centre-back Alderweireld, who found the net when Spurs beat West Ham 4-1 last week, the Spaniard has not scored against quality opposition so far.