Football Betting Tips – Arsenal vs Tottenham
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Arsenal vs Tottenham, Emirates Stadium
Wednesday 19th December, Kick-off: 19:45
– Arsenal won this fixture 4-2 a fortnight ago
– Arsenal unbeaten in last nine home matches vs Tottenham
– Arsenal lost their first match in 23 last weekend away at Southampton
– Tottenham with two defeats in last 16 outings
– Arsenal have won their last three cup matches against Tottenham
Wednesday evening’s League Cup quarter-final will be a real insight into both managers aspirations for the season, as we venture into the business end of the first domestic trophy to be contested in the 2018-19 season.
We don’t have to look far back for the last time this fixture was played. A high-tempo, high-tempered and highly-charged North London derby a fortnight ago ended 4-2 in favour of Emery’s Arsenal, with crucial finishing and high pressing inevitably proving Tottenham’s downfall.
Since then, Arsenal have lost their first game since piecing together an impressive unbeaten run and Tottenham have travelled to the Nou Camp recording a 1-1 draw in a result that saw them through to the knockout stages of the Champions League – is there a swing in momentum coming into Wednesday’s clash?
Rotation will be on the lips of every pundit, fan and onlooker as Emery and Pochettino look to re-shuffle their packs in a way that can still see them progress.
Hector Bellerin will miss out for Arsenal after picking up and injury in their loss to Southampton, and with Mavropanos, Holding, Mustafi and Kolasinac still struggling for fitness, Emery is running out of options at the back.
Tottenham too have their issues. Dier, Dembele, Wanyama, Vertonghen and Janssen are all missing, with a few late fitness tests determining Tottenham’s starting line up at the Emirates; their lack of depth could prove their undoing as they are spread thinly across four competitions.
Tottenham are under pressure for silverware – arguably more than Arsenal are. Emery is still getting to know his Gunners with a push for the top four their main priority. Arsenal are expected to go far in the Europa League again, whereas Tottenham will be deemed underdogs against Dortmund.
Despite being at the Emirates, I think Tottenham want, and need this more. Poch will see this as an opportunity to pick up a trophy before the fixture congestion kicks in in February, with his Spurs side showing strength in the big games recently. Revenge is high on the Argentinean’s agenda, after their derby day defeat at the start of December.
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