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This is the first Premier League meeting between Arsenal and Tottenham with one of the sides top of the league since December 2007, when a league-leading Gunners side won 2-1 at the Emirates. If Tottenham win, it will be the first time in top-flight history that either side has beaten the other to replace them at the top of the table.
Arsenal haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last eight Premier League home games, but they have won their last six in a row at the Emirates. According to Opta, only Liverpool have ever had a longer run of consecutive Premier League home wins while conceding each time (eight between August-December 2019). Mikel Arteta has won both of his home games in charge against Tottenham. Only two Gunners managers in the club’s history have won each of their first three at home against Spurs – George Morrell (1909-1911) and Terry Neill (1977-1979).
As well as being the highest-scoring player in north London derby history with 13 goals, Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored more Premier League goals against Arsenal than any other player (13).
Meanwhile, after failing to score or assist a goal in any of his first nine Premier League games against Arsenal, Heung-min Son has been directly involved in six in his last five against the Gunners (four goals and two assists). Just one of these has been at the Emirates, however, netting in Spurs’ 3-1 loss last season.
12 May 2022 — Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal — Premier League
26 September 2021 — Arsenal 3-1 Tottenham — Premier League
14 March 2021 — Arsenal 2-1 Tottenham — Premier League
6 December 2020 — Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal — Premier League
12 July 2020 – Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal — Premier League
Arsenal have won their last two Premier League home games against Tottenham, last winning three in a row against them between February 2012 and September 2013. Tottenham, meanwhile, have lost two of their last three league meetings with Arsenal, as many as they had in their previous 13 against them.
Arsenal have also lost just one of their last 29 Premier League home games against Spurs, and are unbeaten in their last 11 against them at the Emirates since a 3-2 loss in November 2010. Tottenham have scored at least once in each of their last 10 meetings with Arsenal in all competitions, their second-longest scoring streak against the Gunners, after a run of 24 between 1955 and 1967.