Arsenal will feel confident heading to their north London rivals’ home, with Spurs seemingly on the ropes and looking none too inspiring in-front of goal.
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Match: Spurs v Arsenal
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With a five-match unbeaten under their belts, Arsenal are the form team ahead of the North London Derby on Sunday, but boss Mikel Arteta will be mindful that his counterpart Jose Mourinho is more than capable of stirring a performance when needed.
European qualification is very much in the sights of Mikel Arteta, and as such is likely to name an altogether settled looking predicted Arsenal line-up vs Spurs.
Alexandre Lacazette is set to start up-front after Arsenal lost their appeal to overturn Eddie Nketiah’s red-card against Leicester – the youngster will miss three games as a result.
Bukayo Saka has impressed since the Premier League restart with a goal and two assists, and is likely to flank Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is just two goals behind Jamie Vardy in the race for the Golden Boot.
Granit Xhaka and Dani Ceballos will surely start in the middle of the park, with the defence being made up of Hector Bellerin, Kieran Tierney, David Luiz, Sead Kolasinac and Shkodran Mustafi. The same Arsenal starting XI that drew with Leicester earlier in the week.
Arsenal know victory over their arch-rivals on Sunday will lift them four points clear – an away win at the new stadium would compound what has been an underwhelming campaign for Spurs.