Premier League Preview: Tottenham v Arsenal

Mikel Arteta’s side make the short trip across the capital without a league win in over a month and with the hosts currently riding high at the top of the table.

Mourinho rested some of his star names for the midweek draw at Linz and he’s expected to bring Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Sergio Reguilon back into the starting XI tomorrow.

However, skipper Hugo Lloris looks certain to miss out due to a muscle injury, meaning that Joe Hart could start his first Premier League game since Boxing Day 2018.

For Arteta, he is also expected to rotate after Europa League action, but the Spaniard is still without two key players through injury.

Thomas Partey and David Luiz will both miss this one as they edge back to full fitness with striker Nicolas Pepe serving the second match of a three-game ban

And we are all set to go in North London with a 4.30pm kick off on Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Premier League Preview: Tottenham v Arsenal

Mikel Arteta’s side make the short trip across the capital without a league win in over a month and with the hosts currently riding high at the top of the table.

Mourinho rested some of his star names for the midweek draw at Linz and he’s expected to bring Harry Kane, Eric Dier and Sergio Reguilon back into the starting XI tomorrow.

However, skipper Hugo Lloris looks certain to miss out due to a muscle injury, meaning that Joe Hart could start his first Premier League game since Boxing Day 2018.

For Arteta, he is also expected to rotate after Europa League action, but the Spaniard is still without two key players through injury.

Thomas Partey and David Luiz will both miss this one as they edge back to full fitness with striker Nicolas Pepe serving the second match of a three-game ban

And we are all set to go in North London with a 4.30pm kick off on Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.