It’s time for the North London derby, as bitter archrivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur will clash on Nov. 6. Could the Premier League be decided with this game? Don’t dare miss any kick, block, or goaaaal! Click to watch.
Sure, it’s still early in the Premier League season, but with the way these two clubs are playing, it’s not unusual to think that either Arsenal or Tottenham could take the championship at the end. This North London derby is going to get personal between the Spurs and gunners, so tune in to see what happens. The game is set for 7:00 AM ET.
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Much like the rivalry between Manchester United and Manchester City, there’s some bad blood between these neighbors. Arsenal and Tottenham kicked off their feud in 193 when the Gunners moved from Manor Ground in Plumstead to Arsenal Stadium in Highbury, just four miles from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane.
It’s been a turf war since then. Going into this game, Arsenal has the edge over the Spurs, winning 78 games to Tottenham’s 55. There are 50 draws between these two, so will this game be #51?
The Spurs have some good news going into this game, as Harry Kane, 23, is back on the squad following an ankle injury he suffered in a Sept. 18 game against Sunderland, according to Sky Sports. “I need to decided if he’s in the starting [lineup] or on the bench,” manager Mauricio Pochettino, 44, said ahead of the game. “We’re very happy. [Nov. 3] he had a very good training session. He’s fit.”
He better be, because Arsenal is coming out with guns blazing in this match. They’re trying to unseat Manchester City as leaders of the Premier League and a win here would do that “This is more than a derby,” Arsene Wenger, 67, Arsenal’s manager, said to the BBC. “It’s an important game for us because it’s a big home game and we have an opportunity to show that we have an interesting role to play in this Premier League, and that we can win these kinds of games.”
Who do you think is going to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Arsenal will shoot down the Spurs or will Tottenham totally trash the Gunners?