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Clearly after witnessing another drab and lifeless showing from their team in a 0-0 draw with relegation candidates Bournemouth in mid-week
And Tottenham Hotspur will be fearing the worst ahead of Sunday’s North London Derby against rejuvenated local rivals Arsenal.
With Jose Mourinho’s negative influence taking hold, Spurs have looked worryingly low on attacking thrust since the restart
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min in particular have looked shadows of their former selves since the resumption of play
And Tottenham required own goals to help them on their way in their only two victories in five attempts over the past month.
Arsenal recent draw with Leicester City did at least help the Gunners to extend their unbeaten streak to four games
and with Mikel Arteta’s impact continuing to produce improvements on the pitch, Arsenal have now lost just twice in 14 Premier League fixtures since January 1.
Arsenal’s improved results and rapid rise since the turn of the year means a top six finish is still within reach before the campaign concludes
Arsenal make the short hop across North London having kept clean sheets in successive away matches at Southampton and Wolves
In total, Arsenal’s defences were breached in 12 of the 17 away matches they contested since August this season
And while Spurs’ forward line has looked less than prolific of late, the Gunners’ record suggests they should have chances to register on Sunday.
With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finding his shooting boots again and talented youngster Bakayo Sako adding productivity and creativity from the flanks
Arsenal should also find final third joy against a Spurs defence that conceded at least once in six of their last nine matches however.
It’s worth nothing that both Spurs and Arsenal found the net in each of their last three League derbies, and with the above factors salient
Arsenal meanwhile, continued their recent resurgence with a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester City on Tuesday evening
Meanwhile, although the Gunners would have been disappointed to throw away three points after they relinquished their lead with just minutes on the clock.