When, where, and how to watch Spurs vs Arsenal North London Derby this weekend

Tottenham and Arsenal go head to head once more this weekend in one of the most important North London derbies of recent years. Here’s how you can watch the game, and which players are at risk of missing the fixture.

The result of this upcoming game will have huge repercussions for the Premier League table come the end of the season, with both Tottenham and Arsenal having something to play for here.

Spurs go into the game desperately needing to bounce back from a horrific 4-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle United last time out. That loss leaves the Lilywhites chasing Aston Villa for fourth place, and with lots of work to do.

Meanwhile, Arsenal remain at the top of the table after a win over Wolves last weekend, but they could be usurped by Manchester City, who have a game in hand.

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When and where is the Spurs vs Arsenal game?

The North London derby will be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday 28th April. The game kicks off at 2 pm.

How to watch Spurs vs Arsenal

You can watch Spurs vs Arsenal on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

You will need to be a Sky Sports customer to catch the action live. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait to watch the highlights on BBC’s Match of the Day 2 on Sunday night.

Spurs vs Arsenal: Team news

The big blow for Tottenham heading into the North London derby is the fact that Destiny Udogie will miss the rest of the season, after undergoing surgery this week.

There are doubts as to whether Richarlison and Pedro Porro can be passed fit in time for the big game, too, though it is hoped they may be ready to return.

Long-term absentees Fraser Forster, Ryan Sessegnon, and Manor Solomon are all set to miss out once again.

For Arsenal, injuries have been a rarity this season. The only player definitely unavailable for the Spurs game is Jurrien Timber, who continues his recovery from a knee injury. Meanwhile, Takehiro Tomiyasu could also miss out, though he has a good chance of being passed fit.

The Spurs Web prediction

This is such a hard one to call, and Spurs are going to have to be at their best to beat a very strong Arsenal side. Hopefully, with the home crowd behind them, the boys can pull this one out of the bag and really harm their rivals. I’ll be brave and optimistic, and go for a 2-1 Spurs win.

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