Tottenham Hotspur

form

All
TOT 4 - 0 BRN
W
TOT 4 - 0 WAC
W
WHU 2 - 1 TOT
L
WAC 1 - 4 TOT
W
MCI 3 - 0 TOT
L
EVE 5 - 4 TOT
L
TOT 2 - 0 WBA
W
TOT 0 - 1 CHE
L
BHA 1 - 0 TOT
L
TOT 1 - 3 LIV
L
Arsenal

form

All
LEI 1 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 3 - 2 SLB
W
ARS 0 - 1 MCI
L
SLB 1 - 1 ARS
D
ARS 4 - 2 LEE
W
AVL 1 - 0 ARS
L
WOL 2 - 1 ARS
L
ARS 0 - 0 MUN
D
SOU 1 - 3 ARS
W
ARS 3 - 0 NEW
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (6 Draws)
7 Total wins 7
6 Home wins 5
1 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
2 Draw
0 Wins
TOT 2 - 0 ARS
TOT 2 - 1 ARS
ARS 2 - 2 TOT
TOT 1 - 1 ARS
ARS 0 - 2 TOT
9 Goals Scored 4
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Tottenham are unbeaten in their last six Premier League home games against Arsenal (W4 D2) since a 0-1 loss in March 2014. It’s their longest unbeaten home league run against the Gunners since a run of nine between January 1960 and January 1968.
  2. Arsenal have only lost back-to-back Premier League games against Tottenham twice – in May 1993 and November 2010.
  3. The team scoring first has failed to win 27 of the 51 Premier League meetings between Tottenham and Arsenal that have had at least one goal scored, more than any other fixture in the competition (Spurs failed to win 16/25 games, Arsenal failed to win 11/26 games).
  4. Tottenham have dropped 42 points from winning positions in Premier League games against Arsenal, more than any side has lost against another in the competition’s history.
  5. This will be the lowest in the table Arsenal have been going into a north London derby since August 1993, when they sat 21st after just one game before a 1-0 victory at White Hart Lane courtesy of a late Ian Wright header.
  6. Tottenham are on the longest current unbeaten run in the Premier League (9 – W6 D3), while only Sheffield United (13) are on a longer run without a win than Arsenal (3 – D1 L2). However, the Gunners are looking to keep three consecutive away clean sheets in the Premier League for the first time since May 2013.
  7. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta lost his first game against Spurs in this exact fixture last season – the only manager in Arsenal’s history to lose both of their first two north London derby matches was Bertie Mee back in the 1966-67 season.
  8. Tottenham manager José Mourinho won his first north London derby match in charge back in July – the only Spurs manager in history to win both of their first two games against Arsenal was Jimmy Anderson back in 1955-56.
  9. Tottenham manager José Mourinho has never lost a home game against Arsenal in 10 previous meetings in all competitions before (W6 D4) – versus no side has he faced more at home in his career without ever suffering defeat.
  10. Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored 10 goals in all competitions against Arsenal – if he scores here, he’ll be the outright highest goalscorer in competitive Arsenal v Tottenham matches in history (currently level with Emmanuel Adebayor and Bobby Smith).
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