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Anorth London derby clearly needs little in the way of added spice but Arsenal’s trip to Tottenham later this evening is dripping with narrative.

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Not only are the two rivals battling it out for a place in the Premier League’s top four, the original meeting back in January was postponed at Arsenal’s request, infuriating Spurs.

Antonio Conte’s side have proven they can get results in big one-off games, while Mikel Arteta’s young team - four points clear in the race for Champions League qualification - are going some way into learning how to win ugly.

Eric Dier himself has talked up the atmosphere in front of which this game will be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with a cauldron of noise expected.

Tottenham Hotspur will be looking for their home-pitch advantage to help them even up the season series with Arsenal. They will face off against one another at 2:45 p.m. ET on Thursday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

This past Saturday, Spurs and Liverpool ended up with a point apiece after a 1-1 draw.

Speaking of close games: Arsenal dodged a bullet on Sunday, finishing off Leeds United 2-1. The Arsenal offense checked out after the first half but had enough goals banked to take the contest anyway.

After their draw, Tottenham will be looking to earn the full three points in this match.

Tottenham host Arsenal in the Premier League on Thursday night in what is a crucial match in the top four race.

Spurs are four points behind the Gunners ahead of the fixture and a win would see them close the gap to just a point. It’s fitting the final spot for Champions League football is being battled between such fierce rivals.

In the reverse fixture, Spurs were the humiliated losers as they took a 3-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium. But they can inflict their own home win on their north London opponents and that is thanks to new manager Antonio Conte who has steered Tottenham back on course.

The manager was asked about when he could be vying for the league title with Spurs and he answered: “It’s impossible to imagine that next season you are going to win the title because I’m realistic.

“I know there are teams in England like Liverpool and City, Chelsea, also United, who are really strong, and it’s not simple to face these monsters.”

Tottenham have free reign over their squad exclusing long-term injuries Sergio Reguilon, Japhet Tanganga, Oliver Skipp and Matt Doherty.

Arsenal, meanwhile, could see a return of Ben White who has been out of a few matches with a hamstring issue. Thomas Partey and Kieran Tierney won’t be involved but despite injury fears for Bukayo Saka, Antonio Conte said the star should feature on Thursday.

This derby is set to be a thriller with both teams finding form towards the end of the season. However, Spurs have more consistency in their ranks and so should be able to pull off the victory which would see their hopes of Champions League football rise.

It's win or bust for Spurs as they take on rivals Arsenal in Thursday's North London derby that looks set to be pivotal in the race for Champions League qualification. The Gunners come into his clash in the driving seat knowing that three points would secure their spot in European football's most prestigious tournament for the first time since the 2016-17 season. Read on to find out how to watch an Tottenham vs Arsenal live stream and get the Premier League online, no matter where you are in the world.

A win for Antonio Conte's men would see Spurs claw themselves back to within a point behind Mikel Arteta's side ahead of the final two games of the season. It would then be a case of hoping that Arsenal slip up against either Newcastle or Everton, the latter of whom may well need a result against the Gunners to stay up on the final day of the season.

Spurs come into the game having frustrated title-chasing Liverpool in a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Anfield, while an Eddie Nketiah brace helped Arsenal to a laboured 2-1 win over relegation-threatened Leeds.

But momentum may not count for much in front of a packed house and the fire of one of the fiercest rivalries in the game. No team talks required. Follow our guide to get a Tottenham vs Arsenal live stream and watch the Premier League online from anywhere.

Arsenal travel to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tonight to take on Antonio Conte and Co for one of the most highly-anticipated north London derbies in recent memory.

A win for the Gunners means they will have secured a place in next season's UEFA Champions League whilst victory for the Lillywhites would put them just one point behind their local rivals with two games to go. Now, Arsenal legend Paul Merson has given his prediction for the match, forecasting a draw.

Writing in his Sportskeeda column, Merson said: "The north London derby is one of the most exciting games in Premier League history and the stakes are even higher this time around, as Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are looking to pip one another for a place in the top four. Considering how tantalizingly poised this game is, it's a really hard one to call and could go either way.

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"Tottenham are a very good football-playing side, but it's a little funny if you think of the fact that they are fifth in the table despite doing the double over Manchester City and drawing home and away to Liverpool. They still have time to make amends, but a draw is an absolute waste of time for them against Arsenal.

"If this one ends in a draw, Arsenal only need to win one of their two remaining games in the Premier League to secure a UEFA Champions League spot. If they can't do that, they don't deserve to be there - it's as simple as that.

"That said, if the Gunners lose this one, I'd say Tottenham are the favourites. It all depends on a lot of things, so we'll have to see how this one pans out.

Arsenal face Tottenham knowing a top-four finish in the Premier League and a return to the Champions League next season is almost within their grasp.

Mikel Arteta's side are bidding to win three consecutive North London derbies in the league for the first time since a run of five from 1987 to 1989, although Spurs are unbeaten in their past seven home league games against the Gunners, their longest run since they went nine without defeat at White Hart Lane between 1960 and 1968.

Plenty on the line at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this evening and three of our journalists covering the match have given us their predictions on how it will pan out.

I do think Tottenham are favourites for this one but even if Arsenal lose, they remain in the box seat for top four. When you consider Arsenal's turnaround this season, it is quite remarkable. Arteta is doing a fine job. Embracing young players, English backbone and if they finish in the top four then they will be ahead of schedule. Antonio Conte is a world class coach, he's a sensational tactician but is best away from home. But I still fancy Tottenham because of their strike force. If their front three are at their best, they will score against an Arsenal defence which has looked vulnerable without Kieran Tierney and, for the last couple of games, Ben White.

This game brings up so many memories. Arsenal winning the title there in 1971 and 2004. But the one that springs to my mind is the Littlewoods Cup semi final replay in 1987. Both teams evenly matched, great drama and Arsenal's win paving the way for a period of success of George Graham. Any fan there that night will tell you of its importance.

It’s here. The most consequential North London Derby in years. At stake: a Champions League place and St. Totteringham’s Day. To refresh your memory, an Arsenal seals both at the final whistle. A draw essentially does the same - Arsenal are 90% to finish 4th with a draw in most models. A loss means Arsenal have to win at Newcastle and against Everton on the final day of the season (but crucially, that’s still controlling their own fate).

There has been plenty of digital ink spilled over the forthcoming NLD. I want to look back at two (well, three) of my favorite North London Derby moments.

Theo Walcott’s Arsenal career is one of the more underrated ones, IMO. The man scored a century of goals for the club. But in my eyes, he became a club legend on January 4th, 2014. Late in a 2-0 Gunners win in the FA Cup, he made an awkward tackle and went down holding his knee in front of the away support. We’d later find out he’d torn his ACL. As he was being stretchered off, in response to jeers from the Spurs support, he smirked and held up two fingers on one hand and a circle for zero on the other. Classy as ever, Spurs fans rained spare change and other objects down on him. It was top level trolling from Theo.

One of my other favorite moments also happened in this match (and on social media afterwards). Eric Dier scored to even the match at one and shushed the home crowd as his celebration. A few Arsenal players took exception to the rude gesture and a sideline fracas ensued. Aaron Ramsey and Eric Dier came together and at some point, Dier told Ramsey, who was a sub for the match, to sit down. He came on in the second half and assisted on the go-ahead (and winning) goal. Ramsey sent a pointed message on an Instagram story after the match. zxdjhj gh tfyhyuj

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