Tottenham will travel to Chelsea on Sunday looking to end a 28 year winless run at Stamford Bridge whilst their opponents simply cannot afford to slip up in the race for the top four.

Fourth-placed Spurs currently lead their London rivals by five points in the Premier League table but Antonio Conte’s men will be aware that securing all three points will blow the race for the Champions League spots wide open.

A point will no doubt suit Mauricio Pochettino’s men more because it will keep Chelsea at bay and maintain their five-point cushion on their neighbours.

Ahead of the anticipated showdown, these are the three Tottenham players that Conte’s side should be most fearful of at the weekend:

#1 Son Heung-Min

There is no doubt that the versatile attacker is one of the most underrated players in the Premier League today. Son’s amazing balance, ability to use both feet and score all types of goals makes him a big threat for Spurs. Added with that, Son will most likely lead the line at the Bridge because the club’s star man Harry Kane is currently out with a knee injury. Despite Kane’s absence in recent weeks, Son has still managed to score a brace in his last two league encounters, taking his total goal tally to 12 for the season.

#2 Victor Wanyama

It is highly likely that Wanyama will be used to stop the threat of Eden Hazard on Sunday, who will more than likely start in his natural position on the left. Last season at White Hart Lane, Wanyama marked Hazard out of the game which played a big part in Spurs beating their rivals 2-0. However, this time around, the Kenyan will face a different proposition with his team playing away from home. Wanyama’s ability to bully attackers off the ball, win the big battles in midfield and close down his opponents at the right time makes him a big threat.

#3 Christian Eriksen

Since the turn of the year, Chelsea’s back three have struggled to showcase the form that won them many plaudits last term. Youngster Andreas Christensen has been a revelation for Conte during this campaign but even he has made some mistakes in the last month. One thing that has troubled Conte’s side has been speed, precision, and movement. Although he is not the quickest, Eriksen can provide that accuracy and movement in bucket loads. His ability to find space and pick out a pass is one of his biggest strengths, not forgetting his ability to score from long distance, just like he did at the Bridge last season. If Chelsea can prevent Eriksen from finding space to dictate the game then they may well just stop Spurs’ chances of winning this match.