It doesn’t get any bigger than Spurs vs Arsenal, especially when our lot are still second in the league and their lot are ‘languishing’ in 6th place.
Poch said: “For me it’s not a motivation [to finish above Arsenal]. The motivation for me is to win because it’s a derby and I know what it means to play a derby.”
Aunty Wenger said: “I expect an open match, a committed match with high pace. There could be goals because both teams play positive football.”
One thing is for certain. If Spurs lose, it’s unlikely our fans will be calling for Mauricio’s head on a plate.
Here’s a look at Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal in words and numbers….