Tottenham v Chelsea PREVIEW: Danny Murphy backs ‘weapon’ Harry Kane to end Blues’ winning run – LISTEN

Former Tottenham star Danny Murphy has told Harry Kane to be more selfish ahead of their London derby clash with Chelsea.Spurs will take on the Premier League leaders at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night hoping to be the team to end the Blues’ winning run.Antonio Conte’s imperious side are one win away from setting a new Premier League record of 14 consecutive victories in one season, and victory in the London derby will be the icing on the cake.But, though Murphy admits Chelsea could likely turn over any team in their current form, the former midfielder insists Spurs have the weapons necessary to upset their rivals.“I fancy Chelsea,” Murphy told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “They just look like they can turn anyone over with the way they’re playing at the moment.“If Tottenham go after them – and I think they will because fans will demand that in a London derby – and leave themselves open on the counter and with [Eden] Hazard and [Diego] Costa playing so well, I think they could punish them.“But I hope they don’t, not just because I’m a former Tottenham player, but because we all want the Premier League title race to be competitive.“Harry Kane and Dele Alli are going to be hugely important to Spurs – that s Suarez as the world’s best strikers.Firmino has become a star with Liverpool in recent seasons, while Suarez has excelled at Barcelona since making a name for himself at Anfield.When asked who was the best striker in the world, Brazil legend Kaka scombination is their main weapon. They have a really good understanding.“Kane is just incredible how he keeps scoriverton.Hodgson suggested his side played better than the 3-1 scoreline suggests.Speaking after the match, he broke down the clash from his perspective in the dugout: “I thought we played well for large parts. Not right at the start or the late stage.ng goals. He’s crucial for Spurs and he’s got to make sure he’s in that cencontent_imgtre-forward position. Sometimes he’s so keen to get on the ball and make an impact that he’s not in the box enough.“But tonight, especially because of the way Chelsea play, he’s got to be selfish and stay high up the pitch and give Spurs that get-out ball.”

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