Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal at the New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has all the ingredients to be a mouth-watering encounter in the Premier League as it sees two of the league’s fiercest competitors go up against one another in one of the biggest derby matches available.
Although Spurs, as they are perhaps more commonly known, have found it difficult to acquire new pieces of silverware to their trophy cabinet in recent years, the north London outfit have been building their own legacy and boosting their reputation in the game further, with a state of the art stadium which has been matched by progress on the field in regards to the pulling power they have when trying to sign some of the best talents in football.
Arsenal is of course one of the most successful teams that was born from English football, and much of their success was the prize for Arsene Wenger's hard work during his club rule. The team from North London have won no less than 13 league titles, in addition to the recording of the impressive 2003/04 season, in which they remained undefeated and earned the name "Invincibles".
With the addition of the world-class New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in recent games, Tottenham Hotspur's appeal against Arsenal is one that continues to grow exponentially. Despite the ability to have a capacity of 62,303, it can be almost impossible to get a ticket due to what this match means for both parties, although once inside, the generated atmosphere is almost difficult to experience elsewhere.
Previous meetings between the two outfits have generally favoured Spurs when they are the hosts (regardless of whether the game has been played at White Hart Lane, Wembley Stadium or their new permanent home). Results have included 1-1, 2-0, 2-1 and 1-0, although the Gunners have managed to achieve a couple of 2-2 draws in the past as well.
As well as the previous good results, the fact that both teams have global names like Harry Kane and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang both lead the lines in what always turns out to be a highly-competitive 90 minutes of action.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal is clearly one of the biggest football matches to be played in England in each campaign and with both vying for domestic honours and European qualification as well as the addition of bragging rights of the city, the atmosphere is certainly a lively one at the New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
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