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Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal
Another season, another highly awaited match. The Spurs set to face one of their most vicious rivals – Arsenal. This searing match will take place at the brand new Spurs Stadium for the 2018/19 Premier League Season.
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Tottenham Hotspur Bring the Heat
The fiercest football foes set to meet once again – a clash we’ve all been waiting for.
Which team will prevail? Both are sure to provide a strong fight and so, only time will tell which London squad will emerge victorious.
Historically, Tottenham Hotspur have faced Arsenal a total of one hundred and ninety five times – with the Spurs winning sixty three times. Arsenal however, possess the upper hand having won eighty one times.
Yet more recently, in their last five matches, Tottenham Hotspur have prevailed twice, drawn twice and lost only once against the Gunners.
A more detailed glance at the history between these two teams reveals that all is to play for.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal: 2017/18 Season
Last year’s season saw Tottenham Hotspur beat Arsenal 1-0 with Kane’s striking ten yard header in the second half of the match. Tottenham Hotspur had an impressive eighteen shots whilst Arsenal managed less than half of that with only six.
Whilst the Spurs had other chances to score again and increase their lead, only the one was sure. Victory, no matter how small, it still victory nonetheless.
Unfortunately for Arsenal, this defeat meant that they had failed to beat Tottenham Hotspur away from home in five attempts. Perhaps the lack of familiarity and comfort of home does not work in their favour – resulting in unavoidable losses.
Disappointed Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger relented ‘this was of course, a game we couldn’t afford to lose’ yet he remains hopeful for the team’s further matches stating ‘as long as we have a mathematical chance we have to fight.’ Thus, fans can prepare to see Arsenal ‘up’ their game and play harder.
Still, victory remained sweet on the Spurs side.
Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur: 2016/17 Season
This season saw the teams call it ‘Even Stevens’, drawing 1-1 at Arsenal’s home turf. An equaliser that kept Tottenham Hotspur as the only unbeaten team this Premier League – something certainly worth celebrating this game.
Wimmer’s own goal for Arsenal propelled Tottenham Hotspur to push hard and not settle for defeat. And then came Kane’s penalty shot which levelled out the numbers and took the Spurs out of the danger zone.
Though unbeaten, the results did not leave Arsenal manager Wenger satisfied as he had high hopes for his team, expecting nothing but the best. He admitted ‘Spurs go home happy, we go home and are not happy. We wanted to win the game, but overall it is not mathematically a disaster.’ With such high hopes and standards, it’s a wonder why Arsenal were unable to deliver this game.
On the other side, Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochetino commended his team noting ‘they played well, we created some chances to win the game, it was very competitive and good to see.’
Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal: 2014/15 Season
Tottenham Hotspur defeat Arsenal with a satisfactory 2-1 conquest. After Ozil’s goal for Arsenal eleven minutes in, Tottenham Hotspur brought the heat and turned things around with Kane victoriously scoring two goals in the second half.
This triumph means Tottenham Hotspur have remained unbeaten in their last seven home matches and has allowed them to win five Premier League matches and climb upwards from their prior losing position. Leaving them a point above their rivals.
With Arsenal safely in the lead at half time, they sat back and watched as the Spurs shook up the game in the second half.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal: 2013/14 Season
We witnessed Tottenham Hotspur suffer a 1-0 defeat to Arsenal in this season.
After an amazing goal from Rosicky for the Arsenal side just two minutes in, the Spurs failed to catch up for the rest of the match.
Adding to the bitterness of the defeat, this match meant that Tottenham Hotspur had lost three out of their last four matches – scoring only once and hindering any chances of finishing the League in the top four.
Despite this, Arsenal manager commended the Tottenham Hotspur team noting ‘we absorbed a lot of pressure from Tottenham, they gave everything and we needed a special resilience and good defensive performance.’ A performance that worked in favour for Arsenal, bringing them victory.
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