Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur Match Preview & Best Odds

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Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur Match Preview & Best Odds


Arsenal have had the upper hand in recent North London derby games at the Emirates Stadium and they will look to continue this supremacy when they entertain Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon.

Kick-off: 2pm, Sunday 24th September 2023


Both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur sit on thirteen points as we enter the sixth round of 2023/24 Premier League fixtures but the Gunners also head into this clash having thumped PSV Eindhoven in their midweek Champions league opener.

In recent seasons, Gunners fans have watched jealously as Spurs have run out to the familiar Champions League theme while they were gunning for silverware in the Europa League on Thursday evenings. Nevertheless, this time around it is Arsenal who are dining at the top table of the European game while Spurs are restricted to domestic action.

PSV Eindhoven went into their opening Champions league group game on the back of a 26-game unbeaten run across competitions, however the Gunners rained on their parade with goals coming courtesy of Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Jesus, Leandro Trossard and Martin Odegaard. In domestic competition, the only blot in the notebook for Mikel Arteta’s side was a 2-2 draw at home to Fulham and as things stand they sit in fourth position in the early Premier League table.

Having gone a goal behind to Sheffield United in the 73rd minute last weekend, it looked as though Spurs would suffer their first defeat of the season, however Richarlison and Dejan Kulusevski gave the hosts an incredible stoppage-time victory with goals in the eighth and tenth minutes of stoppage time. This was the latest winning comeback in the history of the Premier League and it continues Tottenham’s record of scoring at least two goals in each of their outings under Ange Postecoglou.

This weekend’s North London derby will be the 208th competitive meeting between the two sides and we’ll be siding with the home side here. The Gunners ran riot against PSV Eindhoven in midweek and while they are struggling to keep clean sheets, they appear to have rediscovered a clinical edge and should put to an end Postecoglou’s unbeaten start on Sunday afternoon.


Back Arsenal to win and BTTS at best odds of 2/1