Premier League Derbies

Premier League Derbies

Premier League Derbies


North London Derby Preview:

Arsenal and Tottenham head into the North London derby in great form as Arsenal are unbeaten in 11 Premier League matches and Tottenham are off to their best-ever start in the Premier League. Coming off a huge win against Chelsea, and mid-week UCL win against Inter, coach Mauricio Pochettino and his squad could have the momentum, and after a couple of tough games for the Gunners they'll be glad to be playing at Emirates.


Spurs also have numerous injuries, Victor Wanyama, Kieran Trippier, Davinson Sanchez. Mousa Dembele are still sidelined and Danny Rose is listed questionable.

Arsenal hopes one of their main strikers in Alexander Lacazette is available after being rested during their last EPL match and their midweek Europa trip to the Ukraine. Laurent Koscielny also hopes to return after a lengthy injury that has kept him off the pitch since May.

What to watch?

Attacking play. Elite strikers Harry Kane (Spurs) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) will be the players to watch in the exciting matchup that should prompt both teams to attack.


You’re better off flipping a coin. There is no predicting which way this game is going to go. We can be assured fans will be in for one of the most intense matches of the season due to possible top four implications.

How to watch?

The game kicks off at Emirates Stadium on Sunday Dec. 2nd at 9:05AM ET and can be viewed on NBC/NBCSports.

Merseyside Derby Preview:

Liverpool are flying high and could be contenders for this year’s title. Klopp's crew have won 10 games of their 13 Premier League matches this fall and with Everton struggling to find consistent goal scorers, this could be a tough match for the Toffees.

The Reds, placed second in the Premier League with two points behind Manchester City, are looking stellar aside from a tough midweek UCL loss where they fell to PSG 2-1.

Both squads have minor injury concerns. Be sure to keep an eye on Liverpool’s Mo Salah as his fitness was in question this week, good try keeping him off the pitch.


Liverpool 3-1.

How to watch?

The match in Anfield kicks-off at 11:15AM Sunday Dec. 2nd on NBCSports

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