The two North London clubs will battle in a heated derby this weekend in the Premier League. The injury list for Spurs is clear, with the team enjoying success partly thanks to a clean bill of health at the moment while Arsenal are without their top scorer Alexis Sanchez as Danny Welbeck looks available for selection again after overcoming a thigh injury. Also on the injury list for the Gunners are Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Spurs come into the game with just 2 defeats in 14 games across all competitions, one of which was their 2-1 loss to Leicester in the FA Cup. Arsenal on the other hand have won 12 of their last 15 across all competitions. Spurs are currently enjoying the success of forwards Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane, with 30 goals among them across all competitions this season. Eriksen of whom is particularly lethal from free kicks will be hoping to take advantage of any defensive fouls on Arsenal’s side of the pitch. Arsenal on the other hand seep to be riding the good form of keeper David Ospina, who has given them four consecutive clean sheets since replacing Szczesny after the German was fined for smoking in the showers. Arsenal have also won five of the last seven between the sides but only once in the last six trips to White Hart Lane, where Spurs are unbeaten in their last six Premier League games.
Tight, nervy game. Kane scores. Spurs 2-2 Arsenal