10. Despite Tottenham’s record of just one defeat in their last five north London derbies, Arsenal are favourites at 1.90 to win at the Emirates.
9. That solitary defeat came in last season’s corresponding fixture, when the Gunners came from 2-0 down to beat Spurs 5-2. A repeat of that exact scoreline is available at 100.00.
8. Spurs had won three away wins in a row before last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Manchester City. Andre Villas-Boas’ side can be backed to get back on track by taking all three points at 3.85.
7. The last time Spurs beat Arsenal away from home was on November 20th two years ago, when Arsene Wenger’s side surrendered a 2-0 lead, eventually losing 2-3. An identical scoreline on Saturday is priced at 28.00.
6. The Gunners have let in 16 goals in their last eight matches in all competitions. Tottenham are priced at 4.30 to score in both halves.
5. William Gallas used to turn out for Arsenal, and scored a header against Spurs in the famous 4-4 derby back in the 2008/2009 campaign. The French defender, who now skippers Tottenham, is priced at 14.00 to score at any time against Arsenal.
4. Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor is another Spurs player who has appeared in an Arsenal shirt before. Adebayor is yet to score this season, but can be backed at 8.00 to open the scoring at the Emirates.
3. The Gunners’ top scorer in all competitions so far this season is Theo Walcott. The Englishman, who scored twice in last season’s corresponding fixture, is available at 2.90 to bag the first goal of the game.
2. Jack Wilshere could return to the Arsenal starting line-up after serving a one-game suspension against Fulham last weekend. The 20-year-old midfielder has never scored against Spurs, but is priced at 4.90 to find the net on Saturday.
1. In the last six North London league derbies at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal and Spurs have shared 29 goals between them – averaging 4.8 goals per game. Over 4.5 total goals scored this time around can be backed at 4.80, with unders at 1.14.