Tottenham Hotspur: How Spurs Should Line Up Against Chelsea in Vital EPL Clash

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Tottenham Hotspur: How Spurs Should Line Up Against Chelsea in Vital EPL Clash
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Andre Villas-Boas returns to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday for the first time since the current Tottenham boss was sacked by Chelsea in March 2012.

Tottenham Hotspur's last win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge came February 10, 1990, with goals from David Howells and Gary Lineker sealing a 2-1 win. Over 23 years on, Spurs' hopes of breaking that unfortunate run have coalesced with arguably their biggest league meeting with the Blues in that time period.

Wednesday's Premier League clash also sees Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas return to his old club for the first time since being sacked in March 2012. Such are the stakes at hand, the Portuguese will almost certainly put aside any personal feelings in attempting to guide his team to what be a vital three points in the competition for a top-four finish.

Over the following few pages, Bleacher Report puts forward the lineup that Spurs might, and perhaps should go with as they seek to get one over Chelsea.

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