Peter Crouch predicts easy Tottenham win against Chelsea

Former Premier League striker Peter Crouch has made a bold prediction for the Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea fixture.

Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea will hit the road to square up against his former club Tottenham Hotspur on Monday. Pochettino is all set to return to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the first time since getting sacked back in 2019. While he will look for all three points, Peter Crouch feels Spurs will pull off an easy win.

The former Tottenham striker talked about the derby between Chelsea and Spurs on his podcast. And, he feels Ange Postecoglou’s team will come out on top in that fixture with ease. Crouch has predicted an easy 3-0 win for the home team on the night.

Crouch on the Spurs vs Chelsea match on his podcast, “I’m strong for Spurs here. I’m 3-0 Spurs, I’m going.”

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Chelsea are not in the best of forms heading into this fixture. They have not had the best of starts to the new season. The Blues are 12th on the points table, with just 12 points out of their 10 games. They have lost four, won three and drawn three fixtures so far.

Pochettino’s team have struggled, and one of the main reasons for their struggle has been their lack of form in front of goal. And, their struggle is one of the reasons why Crouch feels they might not stand a chance against Spurs who are currently one of the best teams in England.

Ange Postecoglou has transformed Spurs into a winning team. They have been unbeaten in the league so far with eight wins and two draws. Tottenham have accumulated a total of 26 points, and they could retain the top spot in the league with a win over Chelsea.

Spurs’ current form is much better than that of Chelsea. As a result, Crouch’s prediction does make sense. However, historically, the Blues have had the upper hand. They have only lost two out of their 13 games against Tottenham.

While Pochettino’s team have been struggling in the ongoing season, they have only faced two tough opponents so far. And, they did bring their A-game to the table against both Liverpool and Arsenal. As a result, they are expected to put up a fight against Tottenham on Monday.

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