Date: 31st March 2018 at 8:48am
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This Sunday, Easter Sunday, Chelsea welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Stamford Bridge for a Premier League clash.

For Chelsea, it is a game they simply have to win to keep their Champions League qualification aspirations alive.

A poor run of form has left Chelsea five points adrift of a Tottenham side who currently occupy that fourth qualification spot in the Premier League.

Ahead of the fixture, we`ve cobbled together some early team-news.

Starting with our beloved Chelsea:

Willy Caballero could retain the goalkeepers` jersey with Thibaut Courtois struggling to shake off a hamstring injury picked up on international duty. The Belgian hasn`t played for Chelsea since his error strewn appearance against Barcelona at the Nou Camp.

Also rated as doubtful is our young centre-back, Andreas Christensen, the Dane was sent home from international duty suffering from fatigue. If Christensen isn`t selected, we expect Gary Cahill to deputise.

As far as those not available through injury, the trio of Ethan Ampadu, Ross Barkley and David Luiz all remain in the treatment room.

Continuing with our visitors Tottenham Hotspur:

Although Harry Kane was suspected of being unavailable for four to six weeks after picking up an ankle injury recently, the news we have is that the centre forward may play a part in the game this Sunday.

One player who is definitely out though is the midfielder, Harry Winks, who picked up an ankle injury whilst on international duty.

Up the Chels!