Tottenham and Chelsea name lineups ahead of London derby: Kante, Werner, Saul on the bench for Blues as Kane, Son start (Check lineups here)

Chelsea are set maintain their impressive start to this season’s Premier League as they lock horns with city rivals Tottenham at White Hart Lane this afternoon.

The Blues are undefeated so far this term while Spurs are hoping to bounce back from their 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace last weekend.

Chelsea have won each of their last five away London derbies in the Premier League, and would set a new club record in triumphing this afternoon.

Tottenham haven’t conceded on home soil so far this season, but history suggests that today’s visitors will carry more of a goal threat than most.

And that’s because Spurs have conceded more Premier League goals against Chelsea (103) than they have versus any other opponent.

Meanwhile, the North London club have only lost more games in the competition against Man Utd (36) than they have against the Blues (31).