Petr Cech has refuted suggestions that the balance of power has shifted in north London, insisting that Tottenham must win trophies to prove they are capable of matching Arsenal's success. It was five years ago (almost to the day) that the Gunners ran five past their rivals in a thrilling show at the Emirates that ended in a 5-2 win.
Arsenal head into Saturday's game looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League after their 3-1 defeat by Manchester City at The Etihad before the global break.
Michel Vorm also pulled out of the Netherlands squad, and with long-term absentees Victor Wanyama and Erik Lamela still on the sidelines, Mauricio Pochettino's will be hopeful some of his star men pull through.
Neither side has any suspensions to worry about heading into the match.
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Arsenal will be without injured striker Olivier Giroud, while Wenger has to decide whether to recall Alexandre Lacazette to the team after leaving the France global out of two big games this season already, at Liverpool and Man City.
"Mustafi will have a final check [on Friday], Welbeck as well". They have won only two of their last 32 away league games, dating to January 1, 1986 - a 3-1 win at Highbury on May 11, 1993 and a 3-2 victory at the Emirates on November 20, 2010. After finishing behind Arsenal for 22 straight years many believe that the tide has turned in North London supremacy.
Both teams have scored on 34 occasions, more than any other fixture in the competition.
Tottenham's Harry Kane has scored in all five of his Premier League games against Arsenal and has scored six goals total, including a brace in a 2-1 win at White Hart Lane on February 7, 2015.