Woolwich Awaits

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

The nerves, excitement and gut churning anxiety of the NLD have calmed, nothing more can be done to prepare, this is the calm before the storm.

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A quartet of injury fears have been dampened by yesterday’s Pochettino press conference. Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Luka Modric  Harry Winks and Hugo Lloris have all returned to training before tomorrow’s trip over the road.

Although times have moved on from when a game against them lot was the be all and end all of our season, this remains the first fixture we look out for and this is a terrific opportunity to get one over on them in their own backyard. 

Last season we went to the Emirates injury stricken and in poor form, yet we walked away disappointed with a draw and the width of the post away from victory, as Eriksen’s free kick missed everyone and came back off the woodwork.

It’s time to start turning draws into victories, a victory on Saturday would be our first there since Younis Kaboul’s header sent limps flying in the away end and water bottles to the ground in the home dugout.

Its more than three points, it will prove Tottenham are up for another title challenge whilst sinking Arsenal further into the pit of despair and self-loathing they currently find themselves in.

Arsenal will no doubt be up for the game and are unbeaten at home in 10 league games, but do they dare come onto Spurs knowing how ruthless they have been on the break this season?

No game matches up to this one, UP the SPURS!

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