"If, if, if" - Wenger won't quit on catching Spurs

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The Frenchman summed up his view, commenting: "You can not say that the weight of one year has the weight of 20".

We think Arsenal won't be good enough to stop Tottenham's winning run, but they'll be fired up for this game against their rivals, and should get on the scoresheet.

Even when Tottenham entered the final day of last season in second place behind Leicester City, a shocking 5-1 loss to already-relegated Newcastle United still allowed Arsenal to overhaul their North London neighbours.

Arsene Wenger and his side have come under increased scrutiny in recent weeks following a string of bad results which saw them drop out of the Premier League title picture and crash out of the Champions League. I think whoever wins that should win the game.

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Pochettino is preoccupied with broader issues and one of the biggest relates to mentality.

Spurs are looking for their 15th home victory on the bounce this weekend and Pochettino wants the supporters to help condemn Arsenal to defeat in their last outing at White Hart Lane.

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Arsenal fans have become so accustomed to being the top dogs in north London they have christened the day when Spurs can not mathematically finish above them in the table as "St Totteringham's Day".

Following a chastening 3-0 loss at Crystal Palace, Wenger made an unexpected switch to a 3-4-3 formation - an adjustment he pondered earlier in the season and one he settled upon to give his ailing team greater defensive stability.

"In contrast, at Spurs you've got a really tight-knit squad with the Premier League's best manager in charge".

Alli is expected to start for Spurs when they host Arsenal in the North London derby on Sunday.

Spurs are due to play home games at Wembley next season before moving into their new stadium in August 2018, a move that is set to be confirmed by the end of this week.

It'll have a 61,000-capacity - 1,000 more seats than Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. Winning 12 consecutive home games and eight on the trot overall, Spurs have more on the line than their impressive winning streaks. "That is our big, big challenge". He is now unbeaten in his last four matches against Tottenham, with the most recent loss coming on February 7, 2015. The Gunners defensive frailties are on display for all to see, as Wenger's side haven't been able to keep a clean sheet in five away matches.



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