Chelsea will return from the international break with a difficult game against Mauricio Pochettino’s men to plan for, as the game will play a huge role in deciding who misses out on a Champions League spot.
Andre Marriner will be the man in charge on Sunday when Chelsea host Spurs at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
Marriner has been in charge of three of Chelsea’s matches so far this season, but during a match at Swansea City during the previous title-winning campaign Gary Cahill was not happy with the referee’s decision that turned the game against Chelsea.
During the 2-2 draw at the Liberty Stadium last season, Cahill appeared to have his heels clipped twice before being robbed by Leroy Fer for a crucial goal, which Marriner allowed to stand.
The two assistant referees for the match will be Scott Ledger and Simon Long, while Graham Scott will be the fourth official.