When and Where: The Premier League match between Chelsea and Tottenham kicks off at Stamford Bridge on Saturday at 8.45 a.m. ET. A live stream will be available via ESPN3.

Preview: After just a solitary point from its last four games, Tottenham has been drawn fully back into a dogfight for a Champions League sport for next season.

With Arsenal having overtaken it for third, following Wednesday's disappointing 1-1 draw with Stoke, Tottenham is now looking over its shoulders at Saturday's opponent, Chelsea.

Yet, after slipping up itself in midweek, Chelsea knows it cannot afford to drop too many more points between now and the end of the season. A defeat on Saturday could leave it seven points adrift of fourth spot, with just eight league games remaining.

Chelsea will have to pick itself up from the disappointment of conceding two late goals to surrender a 1-0 lead against Manchester City last time out.

If it is looking for a boost, Chelsea need look no further than its recent home record against Tottenham. The Blues have not lost to their London rivals at Stamford Bridge since 1990.

Team News: John Terry is expected to start against Tottenham, having been deemed unfit to face Manchester City. But Branislav Ivanovic could be forced to sit out, having been taken off in that game with a thigh injury. Oriol Romeu should be featured after returning to fitness.

Tottenham will be without Aaron Lennon, who continues to struggle with a hamstring complaint. Emmanuel Adebayor remains doubtful, but is expected to return to the team.

Prediction: This is a match neither side can afford to lose and one both sides would love to be approaching in better form.

Several weeks ago, it looked as this might be the fixture where Tottenham would end their 22-year win drought in league games at Stamford Bridge, but their scintillating form has dipped, while Chelsea seem to have developed a tad more resilience.

This has a tense draw written all over it.

Chelsea 1-1 Tottenham