Tottenham’s Harry Kane scores their first goal past Gomes.
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Tottenham Hotspur will have revenge in mind when they tackle record-chasing Premier League leaders Chelsea beneath the White Hart Lane floodlights Wednesday.Chelsea came from behind to win 2-1 when the teams last met in November, but it is last May's 2-2 draw between the London rivals, which ended Spurs' title hopes, that will be most in the hosts' thoughts.Dele Alli is the Premier League's form midfielder, having scored five goals in his last three games, and he will not be satisfied with anything but victory against Chelsea.Antonio Conte's side have not failed to win since their 3-0 loss at Arsenal on Sept. 24 .They racked up win number 13 by overcoming Stoke City 4-2 on New Year's Eve, equaling Arsenal's 2002 record for the most consecutive wins within the same Premier League campaign.Victory at Spurs will equal Arsenal's overall record of 14 successive wins – set over two seasons in 2002 – and leave them one win from claiming the record outright.
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