Team news, stats and prediction ahead of Arsenal vs Tottenham in the Premier League.
Kieran Tierney (knee), Hector Bellerin (knee) and Dinos Mavropanos (groin) are all set to return to full training with Arsenal in September, while Rob Holding and Emile Smith Rowe both played 90 minutes in the week for the U23s and U21s respectively as they return to full fitness.
Manager Unai Emery also confirmed that Mesut Ozil is staying at the club and is ready to be involved in the North London Derby.
Kyle Walker-Peters has been ruled out by injury for Tottenham after last weekend's game with Newcastle. Eric Dier is also being assessed.
Tanguy Ndombele, who missed that Newcastle game with a thigh injury, is back on the field but won't be ready for Sunday, while Ryan Sessegnon and Juan Foyth also remain sidelined.
How to watch
Arsenal vs Tottenham is live on Renault Super Sunday from 4pm; kick-off 4.30pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
- Arsenal have won just two of their last 10 Premier League games against rivals Spurs (W2 D5 L3), with both wins coming at the Emirates in the previous two seasons.
- Spurs have won one of their last 26 Premier League visits to Arsenal (W1 D10 L15), coming from 0-2 down to win 3-2 in November 2010.
- Five of the last 14 goals scored in Premier League games between Arsenal and Spurs have been penalties - no Premier League fixture has seen more penalties scored (18, level with Everton vs Newcastle United).
- Harry Kane has scored nine goals in nine Premier League games against Arsenal - only Wayne Rooney (12) and Robbie Fowler (10) have scored more Premier League goals against the Gunners.
- Christian Eriksen is one goal away from becoming the fifth player to score 50 in the Premier League for Tottenham. However, he's never scored in 11 previous appearances in the competition against Arsenal - no side has he faced more often without a goal.
Charlie Nicholas' prediction
I cannot say I expected any more from the Liverpool game last week. Arsenal played alright - David Luiz cost us with stupid mistakes, which is what he does at times. Arsenal did not deserve anything but they could have threatened.
Unai Emery didn't play Alexandre Lacazette and Dani Ceballos should have played further forward. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pepe had chances and I did not come away feeling overly disappointed. I do not feel like we got embarrassed.
Emery does not trust his players enough. He always tends to leave Lacazette out and go with pace. Joe Willock did okay, but didn't get on the ball much. You need to go into these games with the best attackers.
I would always play Lacazette through the middle, Pepe on the right and Aubameyang on the left. Tottenham are nervous at the moment and mistakes always come from these matches. Ceballos needs to be closer to the front three too.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 4-2 (50/1 with Sky Bet)