Following the last international break of the year, Premier League will be back this weekend, and the action will kick off with the North London derby.
Both sides are separated by just four points in the league table, and it promises to be another exciting encounter between two traditional rivals.
Spurs have fared better than their traditional rivals in the opening months of the season, but they still find themselves in the third spot and eight points behind leaders Manchester City. The Gunners, who lost 3-1 to City before the break, are placed sixth in the table, but a win on Saturday would move them just a point behind their rivals.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have taken an edge over the Gunners in the last couple of years, and they will be up for the fight at Emirates Stadium. Spurs will...