Chelsea or Spurs?

By Online Editorial

In The Sport Review’s latest football poll, we want to know who you reckon will win this Sunday’s London derby between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

Carlo Ancelotti’s Chelsea go into this tie in superb form – top of the Premier League with five wins out of five and a three point lead over title-rivals Manchester United.

Despite losing last weekend to Manchester United at White Hart Lane, Spurs have started 2009-10 with a bang and are currently sitting in fourth place with 12 points.

Harry Redknapp’s side travel to Stamford Bridge for the late afternoon kick-off on Sunday, but who will emerge victorious?

Cast your vote in the box below.
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