Full time: Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham Hotpsur
- The Blues return to the top of the table and Tottenham's unbeaten start to the league season is ended.
- Chelsea won courtesy of goals from Pedro and Victor Moses, after Christian Eriksen gave Tottenham the lead.
- Spurs haven't won at Stamford Bridge since February 1990.
- Relive the action in the 3pm kick-offs.
Full-time: Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham Hotpsur
The Blues go to the top of the table and in the process, have ended Spurs' unbeaten record. That's seven straight wins for Antonio Conte and Stamford Bridge is bouncing!
Until next time, folks...
Three minutes being added. Time for another goal...?
Again Costa turns provider, but his teammate fails to find the right finish, again. This time, Willian's left-footed effort sails high over the bar, and still Spurs have a glimmer of hope.
Willian picks up a late booking for a very deliberate foul.
N'Koudou has just had a goal-bound effort from a very tight angle well held by Courtois in the Chelsea net. The Blues are edging their way towards victory.
Another time-wasting sub for Chelsea. Oscar comes on for Pedro, who scored a memorable goal late in the first half.
Spurs have a switch of their own, too. Dembele is swapped for the much-maligned Vincent Janssen.
Moses is replaced by Ivanovic now. And with that, it's clear Antonio Conte is just looking to shut this game down.
No risks. No mistakes. The old school Italian philosophy.
Another big player is withdrawn now. Eden Hazard - who is definitely back in the good books of the Stamford Bridge faithful - is replaced by the hard-working Brazilian Willian.
Big call from Pochettino, this. Dele Alli is withdrawn and on comes Georges-Kévin N'Koudou - try pronouncing that after a few pints tonight!
Alli, meanwhile, did not appear to be especially impressed with that decision.
Kane finds Alli, but he is correctly flagged offside. Didn't matter anyway, because the youngster's effort was wayward.
Twenty minutes left at the Bridge. I wonder how much energy Spurs have left in their legs after their midweek efforts. We're about to find out, I suppose.
Tottenham make a switch now. It's an academy graduate and life-long Spurs fan, too.
Spurs offer their first threat in a little while now, with Kane finding Eriksen in the area, but his volleyed effort is easily held.
Tottenham are really rocking here - and not in a positive sense.
Chelsea's latest attack ends with Moses' right-wing cross just missing the toe-end of the onrushing Diego Costa. Perhaps Spurs are running out of legs after their midweek efforts against Monaco.
Oh, and now Marcos Alonso has missed a sitter!
Once again, Diego Costa does some good work in the channel, before pulling the ball back. This time, though, his teammate cannot apply the finishing touch and Spurs are alive, just.
GOAL: Chelsea 2-1 Tottenham Hotpsur (Moses)
The Blues have turned the game on its head!
Diego Costa makes a dogged run down the left side and then has the calmness to pick out Victor Moses, whose side-footed effort it deflected into the net via a Spurs foot.
Chelsea are heading back to the top of the Premier League as it stands.
A little flashpoint in the early moments of the half, but Michael Oliver is on-hand to ensure that the situation, which began with a foul against Son, does not escalate.
Right, we're back under way in west London. I wonder what the next 45 minutes have in store.
Half-time: Chelsea 1-1 Tottenham Hotpsur
Two cracking goals in the opening half from Eriksen and Pedro have lit up Stamford Bridge this evening.
Besides that, Spurs have largely dominated without creating too many guilt-edge chances. Back for more in a bit.
GOAL: Chelsea 1-1 Tottenham Hotpsur (Pedro)
Anything you can do, Pedro can do better!
The little Spaniard has got the Blues level with an absolute stunner from 25 yards, curling a right-footed effort into the top corner after wrong-footing a defender with a Cruyff turn.
Dembele tries to emulate Eriksen earlier, but instead blazes the ball way, way, way over the bar. Another warning for the hosts, though.
Hmmmmm... interesting moment, this. Dele Alli goes down under a tackle from Cahill in the box. He appears to be slightly clipped by the defender, but he'd already lost control of the ball.
The Spurs fans all appealed for a penalty - although Alli didn't make a massive issue of it.
Chelsea are slowly edging their way into this game without offering too much of an obvious threat. I wonder if it remains like this until half-time, will Antonio Conte be tempted to make a switch?
Kyle Walker twinkle toes his way up the right flank, drifting past Alonso and firing a low shot at goal. Courtois is on hand, though, to push the ball wide of the post and Chelsea survive.
Luiz stood over a freekick around 35 yards out. What can he do from here? Not much as it turns out, straight down the throat of Hugo Lloris, who has barely been tested this evening.
The home fans are getting frustrated.