These two sides top the form table for 2016, so as we enter the new year both sides will want to continue their excellent form into 2017.

Last season saw a huge gulf between these two sides, as Chelsea recorded the worst title defence in Premier League history, and Spurs ended the season in 3rd, their highest Premier league finish.

As we enter the second half of this season, however, Chelsea have had a change of manager and fortune and currently top the league, only one win away from a club record of 14 in a row.

Tottenham sit in 5th place, ten points behind the league leaders. They will look to cut that margin to seven points to keep any title hopes live.

The two sides meet this week, as Spurs set to upset the Blues run of good form. The sides met two years ago in a goal-fest which ended 5-3 to the Lilywhites.

It is worth taking a look at what a combined XI could look like, and see who makes and misses the cut.