The gunners will be welcoming Tottenham Hotspurs at the Emirates stadium this Saturday as they hope to get back to winning ways.
The gunners will be taking this is a challenge which will evaluate the strength of their squad this season in order to show that they are still title contenders for the English Premier League.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown has given out his prediction on the North London derby which is just two days away and the former EPL legend says that the match will finish with both teams winning teams sharing the points.
“I think this will be a draw and if it is I am hoping for a high scoring 2-2.” Martin told DAILY MAIL.
The legend believes that it is high time for Arsenal team to rise up to the challenge and prove the critics wrong because they have been scrapped off from the teams that have the courage to mount a title challenge this season because they have started the 2017/18 campaign poorly.( PICTURE: GETTY)
The gunners have not been very impressive in the first four months into the 20/17/18 season because they are currently in the 6th position with only 19 points but Martin Keown says that he believes that Arsenal perform well in the North London derby because gunners are usually 100% committed when playing against their noisy neighbours.
Arsenal will come into this match with few set backs of Olivier Giroud who slightly got injured during international matches but have got some good news of Danny Welbeck and Shkodran Mustafi who have both returned from injuries they sustained a few weeks ago but aren’t likely to be given a start.
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