Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur H2H LIVE Football Score 04/08/2021
Demand for Mind’s services, including its Infoline, has increased exponentially during the pandemic, with latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics showing one in five adults experiencing symptoms of depression, compared to one in 10 prior to the pandemic. Mind’s own survey of 16,000 people during the initial lockdown also found that two in three young people (68 per cent) and three in five adults (60 per cent) said their mental health had got worse.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are uniting with Mind to raise vital funds and use our joint global reach and platforms to promote mental health awareness as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic. The Blues will be back at Stamford Bridge in front of Chelsea fans this week when we face Spurs on Wednesday 4 August, with game kicking off at 7.45pm and the live stream available from 7.25pm.
The Mind Series builds on work already being undertaken by the Clubs and their local Minds, including the Chelsea Foundation and Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing & Hounslow Mind. Chelsea Champions is Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind’s latest project with the Chelsea Foundation. Launched during Mental Health Awareness Week, it provides extra-curricular activities and workshops to help schools raise awareness of mental health issues for pupils and parents.
Due to the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we missed out on a trophy parade after winning the Champions League last season, and while we’re never going to get a “proper” victory celebration for it, parading it around the stadium ahead of tonight’s friendly is a fairly decent substitute for one. That the game itself is against Tottenham Hotspur just makes it all the more amusing.
Tuchel has been giving a decent share of minutes to fringe players and players likely to be going out on loan, though that might change now, with the season just around the corner. While there are plenty of decisions that need to be made regarding player futures, the priority now should be the actual competitions ahead.
Chelsea have kept their 100 per cent record in tact. Three wins from three against Peterborough United, AFC Bournemouth and Arsenal has built positive momentum for Tuchel.
Plenty of changes have been made to his side throughout pre-season but now he is beginning to welcome back his big stars, including Kai Havertz who netted against Arsenal, Chelsea only look to be getting stronger.
It’s final preparations for the Blues. They have all of their squad back now for the new season which is just one week away when they underway in Belfast, kicking off their campaign with a UEFA Super Cup clash against Villarreal. Then their Premier League season begins with a home fixture against Crystal Palace three days later.
Areas of improvement are still evident and need to be worked on before their campaign gets underway, and Spurs will provide another useful test for the European Champions on Wednesday night.
Tuchel, as previously mentioned, has all of his squad at his disposal after the final crop returned to training in recent days. However, it’s unlikely those returnees including Jorginho, Mason Mount and Reece James will feature on Wednesday night.
Meanwhile for Spurs, it’s two wins from three under their new boss Nuno Espirito Santo. They opened their pre-season with a 1-1 draw to Leyton Orient but have since comfortably beaten Colchester United and MK Dons.