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Arsenal to draw 1-1 with Tottenham Hotspur- 7/1!


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Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur

October 01, 2022

12:30 pm BST

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Match preview

It doesn’t get much bigger than this for these two sets of fans.

A North London derby, with the winners going top of the Premier League table.

Arsenal kick off in that position, having won six of their seven league outings so far.

Last time out, first half headers from William Saliba and Gabriel Jesus, followed by Fábio Vieira’s thunderbolt, saw the Gunners beat Brentford 3-0.

With their only defeat, to date, come at Old Trafford, Mikel Arteta’s men have won all three home games, desperately hoping to maintain that 100% record here.

Tottenham Hotspur meanwhile have won just one of the last 29 away league derbies but, having pipped their fierce rivals to a Champions League spot in May, are confident of improving that ratio.

Antonio Conte’s team were also in tip-top form before the internationals, demolishing Leicester City 6-2.

Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Rodrigo Bentancur all scoring, before Son Heung-min came off the bench to bag a 13-minute brace.

The South Korean actually hadn’t scored this season beforehand, but became just the seventh substitute to score a Premier League hat-trick.

So, having accumulated 17 points from seven games, this is Spurs’ joint-best start to a Premier League season ever.

Thus, here, Tottenham can pinch first place from Arsenal in the top-division for the first time ever, looking to add to their measly 72 days spent at the Premier League’s summit.

Who will claim three points, North London bragging rights and a place at the top of the table?

Arsenal team news

It was announced on Thursday that Emile Smith Rowe has undergone surgery, meaning he won’t play again until Boxing Day at the earliest.

Oleksandr Zinchenko hasn’t featured since 8 September due to a calf injury, so is a doubt for this one.

Thomas Partey pulled up in the warm-up of Ghana’s friendly with Brazil last Friday, but there is optimism he’ll be able to start in midfield.

Kieran Tierney went off concussed against Ireland last weekend however, baring any further set-backs, is available here.

Martin Ødegaard sat out the trip to Brentford but, having started twice for Norway since, will return in place of Fábio Vieira.

Reiss Nelson will be on the bench, last featuring for Arsenal on the opening day of last season; he’s available after a calf injury.

If Gabriel Jesus is booked in this one, he’ll miss next Sunday’s clash with Liverpool through suspension.

Tottenham Hotspur team news

Spurs are set to be without Dejan Kuluševski after he picked up a knock in Sweden’s draw with Slovenia on Tuesday.

Richarlison enjoyed his international break much more, scoring three time in two starts for Brazil.

Hugo Lloris didn’t join up with France due to a thigh injury, but Ben Davies and Christian Romero, neither of whom started against Leicester, are expected to be fit.

Harry Kane is the leading scorer in North London Derby history, with three of his four goals at the Emirates coming from the penalty spot.

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Ben Gray

Ben Gray

Arsenal fan – follow them over land and sea (and Leicester); sofa Celtic supporter; a bit of a football '"encyclopedia".

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