Spurs got the better of the fixture last season with a draw at the Emirates in September and win at the Lane in February and Mauricio Pochettino’s men are priced 193/100 to make it four wins in four in the last 10 days after Sunderland, Qarabag and Palace.
Heung-Min Son is set for his first derby and the in-form South Korean - three goals in his last two games, including the winner against Palace - is 89/10 to score first and 5/2 to score anytime.
Harry Kane scored both goals in the February win and the striker - who scored three goals as Spurs reached the final of the Capital One Cup last term - is 71/10 to score first and 37/20 to score anytime this time around.
You would always expect goals in the North London Derby – both teams scored home and away in 2014-15 – and you can find both teams to score at 11/20. If you fancy a repeat of February’s fixture, then it’s 21/2 for Spurs to come from behind to win 2-1. If you just want to go for Spurs to win 2-1 again, it’s a tasty 9/1.
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