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Arsenal defeat Tottenham in the Capital One Cup 0

Posted on September 23, 2015 by David Nugent

The first real goal threat came on 13 minutes through the visitors. Full-back Kieran Gibbs did well down the wing and crossed the ball into the Olivier Giroud, who failed to get meaningful contact. However the ball fell to Joel Campbell 12 yards out and the Costa Rican headed over the bar.

The Gunners took the lead on 26 minutes. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s 25 yard free-kick was parried by Michel Vorm, but French midfielder Mathieu Flamini was well-positioned to slot home.

Kane double sinks Arsenal in the north London derby 0

Posted on February 07, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal’s fine form came to a halt, as the Gunners suffered a 2-1 defeat at arch-rivals Tottenham courtesy of a Harry Kane brace.

The first shot on goal came on five minutes. Spurs striker Harry Kane curled an effort towards goal from the edge of the area, only for David Ospina to produce a fine save. However, it was Arsenal that took the lead on 11 minutes.

Danny Welbeck used his pace to take on Danny Rose. The former-United man’s cross found Olivier Giroud who laid the ball off to Mesut Ozil and the German placed a fantastic volley into the corner of the net.

Tottenham vs. Arsenal Premier League Preview 0

Posted on February 06, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal visit north London rivals Tottenham in the early kick-off on Saturday looking to move back into the top four of the Premier League.

The Gunners are currently fifth, behind fourth-place Southampton only on goal difference. A draw would take Arsene Wenger’s side temporarily back into the top four, as the Saints visit struggling QPR later on in the day.

Arsenal have claimed five consecutive victories in all competitions and have won five out of their last six Premier League games. Their only defeat in the last six games came at Southampton’s St Marys.

Could Tottenham be a threat to Arsenal’s top four return? 0

Posted on February 04, 2015 by David Nugent

Arsenal visits arch-rivals Tottenham in the early kick-off on Saturday. The game at White Hart Lane will kick-off with just two point separating fifth-place Arsenal with their sixth place opponents. Both teams have hit form of late and both look like realistic contenders for a Champions League spot.


The Gunners have hit form in recent games with five consecutive wins in all competitions. Spurs have won four out of their previous six games in all competitions. Tottenham have picked-up just two less points than the Gunners in their last six Premier League games.


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