Premier Prediction Insights
Arsenal have won just two of their last 10 Premier League games against Spurs (W2 D5 L3), with both wins coming at home in the previous two seasons.
Spurs have won only one of their last 26 league visits to Arsenal, coming from 0-1 down to win 3-2 in November 2010.
The Lilywhites are hoping for consecutive wins at Arsenal for only the second time in their history, having only managed it once in 1926.
The Analyst predicts... 1-1 score draw
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Footy Quiz (see answers below)
1. From which African country does serial turncoat Emanuel Adebayor come from?
2. Which defender scored his first goal for Arsenal in the North London Derby at the Emirates with his head in November 2012?
3. Which French club did William Gallas play at before moving whoring himself all over London?
4. Which food item was famously blamed for wiping out Spurs’ entire team for the North London Derby in 2006 due to food poisoning?
5. What is the name of the Irish goalkeeper than turned out for both clubs between the 1960’s to 1980’s?
Dear old Dimi nets from an angle tighter than Mido's shirt
Wrighty’s with better moved than MJ and Bergkamp with a touch of class.
Did You Know?
Five of the last 14 goals scored in Premier League games between these sides have been penalties.
Spurs are winless in their last seven away league games (D1 L6), the time they endured a longer winless run on the road was 2012.
Arsenal have won more PL games (60) and have a higher rate (61%) than any other side in games played in September.
Harry Kane has scored nine goals in nine league games against Arsenal – only Wayne Rooney (12) and Robbie Fowler (10) have scored more against the Gunners.
Unai Emery has won all four of his home league games against Mauricio Pochettino, winning three with Valencia against Espanyol and with Arsenal versus Spurs last season.
Christian Eriksen is one goal away from becoming the fifth player to score 50 Premier League goals for Tottenham.
2. Per Mertesacker
5. Pat Jennings
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