European qualification is on the line ahead of the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal, with only one of them likely to end up in the top seven.

Spurs have stuttered in recent weeks, and defeat to Arsenal could end their hopes of sneaking a Europa League spot.

Jose Mourinho has a midfield headache ahead if this one, with Eric Dier suspended and Giovani Lo Celso struggling to be fit.

Dele Alli should be fit in time to play, with Tanguy Ndombele on standby for Lo Celso.

For Gunners boss Mikel Arteta, Eddie Nketiah is the only new absentee following his red card against Leicester last time out.

Nicolas Pepe was rested for the trip to the King Power, and should come in, with Dani Ceballos and Bukayo Saka both passed fit.

And that’s your latest Premier League update, check back in tomorrow for more, with the Sport Social.

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