- Emirates Stadium
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- Tottenham have only lost one of their last six competitive meetings with Arsenal.
- Arsenal have only won two of their five league games this season.
- These sides have scored just five Premier League goals between them this season.
Gunners find their feet against relegation candidates
Arsenal have managed to find a bit of form after a dreadful start to the season but wins over Norwich, Burnley and Wimbledon aren’t enough to silence the critics and Sunday’s north London derby will be a much tougher test for the hosts.
Prior to their victories over the two relegation favourites, Arsenal had lost all three league games this season and were yet to score, and even with their recent wins they have only netted twice in five top-flight matches.
Santo’s Spurs struggle for goals
Tottenham aren’t exactly a free-scoring outfit right now, either. They have scored just three league goals this season and come into this crucial tie on the back of 3-0 defeats to Crystal Palace and Chelsea.
Still, Spurs have a good recent record in this rivalry and Nuno Espirito Santo will be quietly confident in his teams’ chances against this disjointed looking Gunners outfit.
Stalemate on the cards at the Emirates
Arsenal have won just one of their last six competitive meetings with Spurs and considering their performances this season backing a Spurs double chance looks good value for money.
With both sides struggling to find the net with any regularity and neither scoring more than once in any league game this season a 1-1 stalemate looks the best option in the correct score market.
Son Heung-min is an attractive option in the goalscorer market, though. The South Korea international has scored in two of his four league appearances this season and has found the net in two of his last three meetings with Arsenal.
Arsenal predicted lineup: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Magalhaes, Tierney; Partey, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard, Rowe; Aubameyang
Tottenham predicted lineup: Lloris; Royal, Romero, Dier, Reguilon; Skipp, Hojbjerg, Alli; Son, Lo Celso, Kane
- Five of the last six Premier League meetings between these sides have seen both teams find the net
- Five of Arsenal’s last six home games in the Premier League have ended with under 2.5 goals
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- 30 Oct