Tottenham vs Chelsea WSL: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction
By Ali Rampling
Tottenham and Chelsea meet for the second time in the space of two weeks on Sunday as they go toe to toe in the WSL.
Chelsea ran out 3-1 winners during that recent visit to Brisbane Road in the Conti Cup and have never failed to beat their London rivals in any previous encounter.
Since their 8-0 thrashing of Brighton, Spurs have lost five in a row in the WSL, but have since been bolstered by a selection of exciting January additions - including ex-Chelsea star Bethany England.
Where to watch Tottenham vs Chelsea WSL on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Sunday 5 February, 12:30 (GMT)
Where is the match being played? Brisbane Road
TV channel/live stream? BBC Two/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website (UK), FA Player (International)
What time does coverage start in the UK? 12:15 (GMT)
Referee? Abigail Byrne
Tottenham team news
Kit Graham, Ria Percival, Kyah Simon and Ellie Brazil all remain sidelined for Tottenham, as they continue their rehab following ACL injuries.
Mana Iwabuchi could make her WSL debut for Tottenham, having impressed in two cup appearances since her loan switch from Arsenal. Bethany England and Drew Spence could both feature against their former club.
Chelsea team news
Pernille Harder continues to miss out for Chelsea with a hamstring injury sustained during November's international break.
Kadeisha Buchanan was withdrawn at half time against Liverpool in the FA Cup last time out due to a tight hamstring - but this was just a precaution. Melanie Leupolz has returned to first-team action for the first time since giving birth in October, playing the final seven minutes in Chelsea's 3-2 victory over the Reds.
Tottenham vs Chelsea score prediction
Chelsea ran out 3-0 winners when the pair met at Stamford Bridge in November, netting three goals in the opening 36 minutes as they eased to victory. But Spurs gave a better account of themselves in their recent Conti Cup defeat and were in the game for much of the contest.
Chelsea will still be expected to take all three points on Sunday, but with Bethany England and Mana Iwabuchi continuing to find their feet at Spurs, it should be a more evenly-matched affair