((Livestream**)) Arsenal vs Tottenham Live Broadcast Premier League Online ON 01 Oct 2022

Alex Arif Alex Arif 01 October 2022 Follow

Welcome to live coverage of the first North London Derby of the season as Arsenal look to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table with revenge from the 3-0 defeat to Tottenham at the end of last season.

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Mikel Arteta’s side sit top of the Premier League as things stand, though their bitter rivals are only one point behind and could even go overtake the Gunners with a win at the Emirates Stadium.

The last meeting of the two saw Arsenal’s Champions League hopes all-but ended, appearing to put Spurs in the driving seat heading into the new season.

Still, while Spurs are certainly proving themselves as contenders in terms of results if not performances, it is Arsenal who look to have a different level of late.

A win for the hosts would go some way into proving their progress, while Spurs could make a statement of their own with three points.

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The Premier League TV schedule gets back under way with a bang on Saturday as it is all eyes on the Emirates for the North London derby.

It's rare that top spot has been the prize for the winner of this fixture in recent years but that will be the case this weekend – with just a point separating Mikel Arteta's league leaders and third-placed Tottenham.

The Gunners have been the Premier League's pace-setters this season but came unstuck against Man Utd at Old Trafford, which was their only game against top six opposition so far in 2022/23.

Spurs have not been wholly convincing this season but bounced back from their defeat to Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League by putting six past struggling Leicester ahead of the international break.

Son Heung-min was the catalyst in that match, bagging a 13-minute hat-trick from the bench, and has looked in frightening form for South Korea over the past week with goals against both Costa Rica and Cameroon.

The visitors have struggled at the Emirates over the years, winning just once there in the Premier League since their rivals moved from Highbury, but with top spot in the Premier League as the prize, this weekend's North London derby is about more than just bragging rights.

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