It’s neck and neck in the EPL at the moment. It’s the "bum on seat edges", "no, I can't look at the penalty", "nail biting (and spitting out because it’s actually disgusting)" time in football. Three London teams competing for a Champions league spot and neither of them are willing to back down.
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For years now, Tottenham Hotspur fans have been made to live in the shadow of Arsenal. While the Gunners may not have picked up a trophy in eight years, their continuous success on the pitch and regular Champions League participation has seen those at White Hart Lane glance envious eyes down Seven Sisters road at their north London counterparts.
With much coveted Champions League places up for grabs, this Sundays North London derby is set to be one of the most fiercely contested of modern times. But who out of these two rivals would make it into a ‘north London XI’
The hectic festive period is always one that grips fans by the gonads and refuses to let go. The football is endless, ensuring that fans are gripped to the action, with the outcome of December often playing a part in the season. With it, Matt Walsh analyses the fixtures of Spurs' top four rivals and see where the points can be won or lost.
It's that time of year again - the North London derby. A game that grabs the imagination of all fans across England firmly by the balls and doesn't let go for 90 dreaded minutes of passionate football. With it, Raj Bains has opted to dissect the encounter like a megalomanical surgeon and analyse where the game can be won or lost.
As the season draws to an end, football news continues to dictate the sporting headlines. Following Sergio Aguero’s last gasp winner to secure the Premier League title for Manchester City, Roy Hodgson has announced his first England squad and Kenny Dalglish has been sacked by Liverpool. However, the biggest piece to break has been To the Lane and Back’s first interview with an ex-Spur, Micky Hazard. One of the nicest guys we have ever had the chance of meeting; we spoke Spurs, Arsenal and Lionel Messi. Take it away Micky.
Arsenal performed a stunning comeback from 2-0 to ensure they remained firmly in the hunt for the Champions League places after Louis Saha and Emmanuel Adebayor struck earlier for Tottenham Hotspur.
Sunday’s North London derby is perhaps one of the most pivotal in recent seasons. For too long now, Tottenham have gone into the fixture as the underdogs and, more often than not, have come away empty-handed. Arsenal have regularly overcome their rivals with relative ease and often classified as the overwhelming favourites for the fiery encounter.
Tottenham Hotspur make the short trip across North London for the final North London derby of the season against an out-of-form Arsenal side.