Spurs go into tomorrow’s North London marginal favourites with the bookies, however it would be a brave man to back an outright win for either side.
Spurs will set up at Wembley with their form in decline, having lost their last 2 games to Burnley and Chelsea, respectively. Have the Lilywhites run out of steam?
Arsenal will arrive on the back of 3 decent wins that saw the Gunners score 9 times in total.
Tottenham’s big issue is their dull looking midfield’s inability to create solid chances for their frontmen; Christian Erisken in particular, owes fans a big performance.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has never lost a home Premier League game against Arsenal (P5 W3 D2 L0) – the only manager to have managed more home games against the Gunners without losing is Jose Mourinho (9).
Best bests must include Fernando Llorente as Last Goal-Scorer@11/2 and Harry Kane to score with a header @10/1 in places.