10. Tottenham have only lost one of their last seven home league games against Arsenal W4 D2 L1) and have won their last two outings at White Hart Lane. Spurs are 2.35 to win this clash.
9. All four of Spurs’ home victories over Arsenal in that run were by a 2-1 scoreline. They are 9.50 to win 2-1 again.
8. Tottenham last finished a league season above Arsenal in 1995, when they placed seventh and the Gunners 12th in the Premier League. A win for Spurs would see them go six points clear of their north London rivals and they are currently 3.00 to win the title.
7. There have been 133 goals in the 47 Premier League fixtures between Tottenham and Arsenal, an average of 2.8 per game. This clash is 1.90 to witness +2.5 goals.
6. Arsenal have picked up just 10 points in the league in 2016 and would sit 10th in a revised table taking into account only fixtures this year. They are 1.39 to lose/draw on the Double Chance.
5. Harry Kane (12) has scored more goals in London derbies over the last two seasons than any other player in the Premier League. Chelsea’s Eden Hazard is the next with six. Kane is 4.75 to score first.
4. Arsenal could lose four consecutive games in all competitions for the first time since October 2002. They are 3.25 to win this clash.
3. Alexis Sanchez has failed to score in 21 of his last 24 Premier League appearances. The Chile international is 1.28 not to score.
2. David Ospina has kept just one clean sheet in his five appearances for Arsenal. The goalkeeper has conceded seven goals from those four other outings and is 1.69 to let in the opener at White Hart Lane.
1. Only one of Dele Alli’s seven Premier League goals has been scored at White Hart Lane. The midfielder is 3.75 to net at any time.