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Tottenham Hotspur will have a golden opportunity to move further above Arsenal in the Premier League table when the two sides lock horns on Saturday.

In their last league fixture at home, Spurs were in rampant form as they defeated Manchester United 2-0 through a very early opener from Christian Eriksen and an own goal from Phil Jones on a memorable day at Wembley stadium.

Despite fears of that momentum being halted at Anfield where Tottenham do not have the best record, Mauricio Pochettino’s men managed to hold Liverpool to a 2-2 draw last weekend, thanks to a last-ditch penalty kick from Harry Kane.

The mood in the Tottenham dressing room is definitely a positive one going into Saturday’s affair against local rivals Arsenal who have been easy to beat on their travels so far this season.

A victory for Mauricio Pochettino’s side will increase their chances of sneaking back into the top four of the Premier League with Chelsea appearing to have lost their form at a vital stage in the season.

Harry Kane will also be hoping to continue his outstanding form in this particular fixture after a roller-coaster show against Liverpool a week ago.


Written by Matthew Hopkins

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