Arsenal will be welcoming Tottenham to the Emirate stadium for their first English Premier League North London derby, as win for either side, will restore all bragging rights and spur their confidence going into the reminder of the season.
Arsenal are currently 13th on the Premier League table whereas, Tottenham sits on 10th position after 5 league matches this season (Tottenham have lost only 2 matches this season while Arsenal lost their first 3 fixtures of the season).
Taken to their official social media handle, Tottenham took a cheeky dig at Arsenal, as they shared pictures of last season’s encounter (Arsenal won Tottenham at the Emirate stadium by 2 goals to 1 in last season’s fixture).
“The man for the North London Derby, Harry Kane. An unforgettable goal last time out at the Emirate.” Official post from Tottenham social media page.
However, Arsenal players were pictured during their training session as they make final preparation.
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