As the Gunners prepare to face their biggest rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the North London Derby this weekend, we take a look at some facts and figures based on previous clashes between the two teams. They have a long history of competition, and the contest has been neck and neck at times.
53: Arsenal have won 53% of all the fixtures ever played between the two clubs, a small lead. There have been long periods of dominance for both clubs, but the back and forth means that they eventually balance out.
Arsenal have also finished an average of 5.35 places and 16.15 points above the Spurs in the history of the League.
20: The number of games Arsenal have remained unbeaten at home in the Premier League. This includes the draw against Manchester City in the last home game.
17: Arsenal versus Tottenham has seen more draws in Premier League history than any other fixture (17)
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15: Arsenal have won the North London Derby by three or more goals 15 times in the past, the last occasion being the 5-2 thrashing of the Spurs in the Emirates in the 2012-13 season.
10: Emmanuel Adebayor has scored a total of ten goals and assisted five in this fixture (for Arsenal eight goals two assists, for Spurs two goals, three assists)
5: in the last 10 fixtures between the two sides in the Premier League, Arsenal have won 5, while Tottenham have claimed 4 victories (W5 D1 L4)
4: Last season, Arsenal scored 4 goals and conceded none as we won all three fixtures against Tottenham, 2 in the Premier League and 1 in the FA Cup.
All Gunners fans will be hoping that Arsenal keep up their good home form and continue their streak from last season by defeating Tottenham.