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Spurs' home run on the line

Five Aside
 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea's newcomers make strong first impression against rivals Spurs

The ESPN FC guys answer your tweets Tiemoue Bakayoko at Chelsea, Tottenham's Wembley struggles and Barca's biggest problem.
Craig Burley assesses the impact of all 22 players on the field for Spurs vs. Chelsea, highlighting Marcos Alonso's impact.

To say that Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Spurs was welcome would be a huge understatement. Beating a title rival and local neighbour was the perfect tonic to a week dominated by talk of crisis and internal strife at the home of the defending champions. But it was equally welcome as it featured all three of Chelsea's major summer signings to date starting a match for the first time together.

But the season is still in its nascent and unpredictable phase, and it is too early to cast definitive judgement...

Why Chelsea are chasing proven, home-grown Premier League talent

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
The Exploding Heads take you around the action from Week 2 in the Premier League, where Chelsea are celebrating the end of the shortest crisis ever.

It's remarkable how much one result can transform the entire atmosphere around a club.

Last week Chelsea were primed for crisis, a summer of setbacks and speculation set to condemn them to another limp Premier League title defence while Antonio Conte unravelled in front of our eyes.

That was always hysteria, of course. Chelsea proved in beating Tottenham at Wembley on Sunday that even in a depleted state they are determined, savvy and ruthless enough to be capable of seeing off any team in the country,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer Talk: Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea to battle for Ross Barkley

Tottenham and Chelsea are set to do battle for Everton's England international Ross Barkley.
The Telegraph reports that Spurs are preparing to table an offer, with Chelsea set to follow suit with one of their own. Spurs are ready to offer £20m up front with a possible £8m more in add-ons, but the Telegraph writes that they "do not have a clear run at Barkley."

For more on Ross Barkley to Tottenham Hotspur or Chelsea, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Chelsea encouraged, Neymar stars, Ramos sees red, Arsenal's bad day

Steve Nicol is full of praise for Chelsea after their win at Wembley, but says Tottenham deserved something from the match.

The simple conclusion to draw from Sunday's clash between Tottenham and Chelsea is that, when you strip away the grumblings over transfers, the text messages to unwanted strikers and perhaps the garish blue training kit (in a sport marked by superstition, his return to the suit did not go unnoticed), Antonio Conte is a darn fine tactician and motivator, who can set up with the best of them.

After taking it on the chin at home against Burnley on opening day, he traveled to Wembley to face Mauricio...

 By Mark Worrall

Fears of a 'Mourinho season' allayed as Chelsea topple Spurs at Wembley

Chelsea looked set to split the points against Spurs after Batshuayi's own-goal, until Marcos Alonso's stunning late winner.
Amid suspensions and injury concerns, Antonio Conte acknowledges Chelsea's fighting spirit against Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Liam Twomney, Dan Kilpatrick, and Alison Bender check in from Wembley to discuss Chelsea's 2-1 win over Tottenham.

Chelsea's ability to tear up the form-book is nothing new, particularly where arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur are concerned.

Even so, the reversal of expectation at Wembley which saw the Blues beat Spurs 2-1 immediately ended the "crisis club" chatter that had followed the shock home defeat to Burnley on the opening day of the season surprised many.

Minus the services of skipper Gary Cahill and experienced midfielder Cesc Fabregas, both lost to suspension via needless red cards picked up against the...