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Spurs v Arsenal – where will it be won?

Spurs v Arsenal – where will it be won?

We assess the key areas that will decide this huge Premier League clash, live and exclusive on BT Sport

Kick off the weekend with a scintillating showdown from Wembley Stadium…

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal, Saturday 2 March, 11.45am, BT Sport 1 HD (CH 527)

It’s that time again. The next episode of the ongoing saga that is the North London Derby will take centre stage this weekend when Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal go head to head in an epic clash, live and exclusive on BT Sport.

 

As Spurs fight for the title and the Gunners hope to crack the top four, the footballing power shift in the capital is real. However, this intense rivalry had a different complexion when these teams last met at the start of December.

 

It was the Gunners who earned the spoils in the reverse fixture at the Emirates, coming from behind to beat their rivals 4-2 on an afternoon full of fire and fury. That result saw Unai Emery’s men leapfrog Tottenham into the top four, but in the breathless narrative arc of a Premier League season a lot can change in a few months.

 

How Arsenal would love to scupper Spurs’ title ambitions. How Spurs would love to keep pace with the leaders while rubbing their neighbours’ noses in it. This encounter has all the ingredients to make it an unmissable 90 minutes of action, but what are the key areas where this titanic tussle will be settled? Click/hover on the icons below to learn more.

 

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