Venue: Emirates Stadium

Date: Sunday, November 6

The north London derby between Arsenal and Spurs is without question the biggest match of the Premier League’s Gameweek 18.

Considering the brand of football exhibited by the two sides and their current form, fans can expect a hugely entertaining encounter on Sunday.

There are doubts over the Nacho Monreal, Santi Cazorla and Theo Walcott’s fitness for the home side. While Hector Bellerin is likely to feature in the playing eleven, Lucas Perez, Per Mertesacker and Danny Welbeck remain out.

"We have to expect Tottenham to be at their best and respond really with a performance that will be effective. I believe the mastery on our side will be no matter who they play, how well they play, that we are strong enough to win the game," said Arsene Wenger ahead of the high-profile contest.

The Gunners are currently 2nd on the table with 23 points from 10 matches, while Spurs are 5th with 20 points.

Wenger’s men have won 4 and drawn 1 of their last 5 league matches. On the other hand, Mauricio Pochettino’s side has won 2 and drawn 3 of its last 5 league games.

In the last five meetings between the two sides, Spurs and Arsenal have come on top once each, while the remaining matches ended in a stalemate.

Overall, the two teams have clashed 48 times in the Premier League.  Arsenal have dominated the contest with 18 wins as compared to Spurs’ 10.

Arsenal will go in as clear favorites for this one. However, this derby was thrown up some intriguing moments of late. Both sets of fans will hope they have the bragging rights when the final whistle is blown at the Emirates.

72Betting prediction:

Over 3 goals in the match

Arsenal 3-1 Spurs

Venue: Emirates Stadium

Date: September 24, 2016

The London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea is undoubtedly the biggest match of the Premier League’s Gameweek 6. Over the years, Chelsea have dominated this fixture, which is why the home side will be desperate to turn a corner.

Both the clubs have got off to identical starts this term. Considering their title ambitions, a win for either side will help to make a early statement in the race.

Arsenal are currently 4th on the table with 10 points from 5 games. Chelsea on the other hand are positioned at 5th due to an inferior goal difference.

Both teams will be without some of their key players for this encounter. For the Gunners, Aaron Ramsey will be absent with a hamstring injury. Frontman Olivier Giroud will undergo a late fitness test.

The Blues will travel without skipper John Terry who is dealing with an ankle issue.

“Conte has very strong players in transition, like Hazard, like Willian, like Costa. For us to stop these three players from being dangerous will be one of the keys of the game,” said Arsene Wenger during his pre-match press conference.

"We must work a lot on the defensive aspect because if you want a great championship you must not concede so many goals," Antonio Conte told reporters ahead of the big match.

Conte’s men are unbeaten against the north Londoners since October 2011. Chelsea have beaten Arsenal four times at the Emirates, that’s more than any other side in the League.

72Betting tips:

Diego Costa to score

Under 2.5 goals in match

72Betting prediction:

Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea