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08.02.2018

On Saturday at 1.30 p.m., Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal meets at Wembley with CL qualification in the balance, while Newcastle United welcomes Manchester United to St James Park on Sunday at 3.15 p.m. 

Which way will the exciting North London derby go?

Tottenham Hotspur will enter the north London derby following a thrilling 2-2 draw away to Liverpool last weekend. Harry Kane’s last minute penalty salvaged an important point in the race for Champions League qualification. Spurs is unbeaten in last 8 Premier League games and a victory over rival Arsenal would put it 7 points clear of its neighbours below them. Meanwhile, Arsenal will be delighted with the early performances of their new signings. A 5-1 win over Everton included a debut goal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and three assists for Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Spurs has only lost once at Wembley in the EPL, while Arsenal has lost 6 from 13 away games. After dominating this fixture through the years, in recent times Arsenal has not fared so well when they take the short trip to face their fierce rivals. They have won just once in the last nine visits thanks to a Tomas Rosicky goal back in 2014. Harry Kane and Dele Alli got on the score sheet in last year’s 2-0 victory for the home side.
 
Last 10 PL Games (Spurs Home):

  • Record: Spurs won 5, draw 3, Arsenal won 2
  • Average Num. of goals: 2.9 goals

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Another goal fest between the Magpies and the Red Devils?

Following his first goal in a Manchester United shirt last week, new signing Alexis Sanchez will look to cause more trouble with a visit to Saint James Park to face Newcastle United. With Manchester City looking untouchable at the top, Jose Mourinho’s men lies in second place and will look to keep their grip on automatic Champions League qualification rather than to chase them along with the pack below. The Magpies, meanwhile, holds the second worst home record having lost 6 of their 13 home leagues games. Rafa Benitez’ men managed a 1-1 draw away to fellow strugglers Crystal Palace last time out with Mo Diame getting the all-important goal. A quick look at the head to head fixtures show that Manchester United will be relishing a return to a place where they have lost just once in the last fourteen visits. Usually a high scoring encounter, last year’s fixture was no different with Paul Dummett scoring a 90th minute equalizer in a thrilling 3-3 draw! With Pogba, Lukaku and Sanchez all possible starters for the Manchester side, a big win for United is predicted here.
 
Last 10 PL Games (Newcastle Home):

  • Record: Newcastle won 1, draw 3, Manchester United won 6
  • Average Num. of goals: 3.2 goals

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