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- Updated: October 2, 2011
North London rivals, Tottenham and Arsenal, are set to clash on Sunday afternoon in the second major derby of the weekend.
Spurs find themselves in top form heading into this fixture having not lost a game in all competitions throughout September, winning their last three Premier League games without conceding a goal to see them sit 6th.
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Arsenal on the other hand have had a recent run of form that many fans would care to forget. They are yet to win away from home this season and lie 13th in the league after winning only 2 home league ties.
Sunday’s game will also see Emmanuel Adebayor run out against his former club in a Spurs shirt for the first time. As an Arsenal player he had a great record in this derby so all eyes will be on him to see if he can be only the second player, after Jimmy Robertson, to score for both teams in the North London derby.
Harry Redknapp, fresh from being named manager of the month, is expected to return his first team regulars to the side after resting them for the midweek clash against Shamrock Rovers.
He will still find himself without Michael Dawson (Achilles), William Gallas (Calf) and Tom Huddlestone (Ankle) though, while Steven Pienaar may make his season debut after overcoming his groin injury. Aaron Lennon is likely to be available after playing the 1st half in midweek.
Arsene Wenger is fairly confident that Theo Walcott will overcome his knee injury in time to play on Sunday with a final decision being made on his fitness on Saturday alongside Gervinho.
However Wenger will still find himself without Laurent Koscienly (Ankle), Thomas Vermaelen (Muscular), Johan Djourou (Muscular), Sebastian Squillaci (Calf) and Abou Diaby (Ankle).
Tottenham will finally find themselves heading into this weekends tie as favourites after going unbeaten against their neighbours in the past two seasons and, with only one goalless draw recorded in the past 31 meetings between these two sides, this is set to be a great game for fans and neutrals alike.