Cech is back
Petr Cech will resume his place between the sticks for Chelsea's crucial title-tilting trip to White Hart Lane.
Cech has recovered from his ankle problem and ousts Carlo Cudicini from the goalkeeping slot.
You did well Carlo, but, sorry, Cech is number one.
Avram Grant will have a full-strength side to choose from, probably for the first time this season - even Andriy Shevchenko is fit.
The African boys have reclimatised and Sheva has enough minutes under his belt to rightfully feel that his time has come.
Sadly for him, he won't start tonight.
The side that wins the title usually has an outstanding striker who nets 20-odd goals or more in a season.
Quite how Chelsea, with Lampard topping the Chelsea league with 10 are still in with a great shout is beyond me.
In fact, in recent matches the strikers appear to be - well on strike.
Just as well John Terry decided to end his particular goal drought against Sunderland on Saturday.
Didier Drogba will start tonight - assisted by Joe Cole and Salomon Kalou.
There is a chance that Nicolas Anelka might partner Drogba, a risky selection by Grant.
Speaking of Grant, Chelsea have denied certain media reports that Grant had received a second death threat at Cobbam.
As much as Grant has understandably being criticised for his man-mangement style, team selections and general tactics, there is no excuse for death threats.
Should Chelsea prevail tonight, then overhauling faltering Arsenal on Sunday is a real possibility.
But that's for another day.
Well tomorrow, actually!!
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