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Arsenal v Tottenham live stream, plus latest betting odds as Spurs look to halt Gunners

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Arsenal and Tottenham will meet in the first North London derby of the season with both sides yet to fully find their rhythm.

Despite being unbeaten so far this season the Gunners have won just two of their games although it is enough to see them enter the weekend sitting fourth in the table.

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Last weekend was perhaps their most convincing performance of the season as they ran out 3-0 winners over Aston Villa with Danny Welbeck and Mesut Ozil opening their accounts for the season.

The unlikely pair showed signs of a promising partnership leaving manager Arsene Wenger in optimistic mood ahead of the derby clash as he described the miss match as an “interesting combination”

arsenal-v-spurs-live-streamWhile the club are unbeaten in the league, wins in cup competitions have so far proved elusive. The Gunners lost to Borussia Dortmund in their opening UCL game before crashing out of the Capital One cup 2-1 at home to Southampton midweek.

Wenger made ten changes from the team that beat Villa and he is likely to revert to a starting XI closer to the one that won in the midlands on Saturday.

The likes of Kieran Gibbs, Per Mertesacker, Santi Cazorla, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey should all return with Welbeck and Ozil also in the frame.

Yaya Sanogo, Olivier Giroud, Theo Walcott and Mathieu Debuchy meanwhile will also once be missing.

Spurs meanwhile have no such injury worries with Kyle Walker likely to be the only absentee. However unlike their great rivals, Mauricio Pochettino’s side have already lost two games, both of which have come at home.

They did at least progress in the cup midweek, disposing of in-form championship side Nottingham Forest while on the road in the league they are unbeaten, beating West Ham and drawing with Sunderland.

Last time out they lost, rather surprisingly, at home to WBA ensuring leaving the club 9th in the table already 6 points off leaders Chelsea.

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