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Fri 30 August 2019, 12:48|Tottenham Hotspur

Kyle Walker-Peters has been ruled out of Sunday’s derby at The Emirates.

The right-back sustained a hamstring strain against Newcastle last weekend and is undergoing on-field rehabilitation, but is unavailable for selection against Arsenal.

Eric Dier is also being assessed after complaining of irritation in his right hip.

Central midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has commenced on-field rehabilitation after a thigh problem ruled him out of the Newcastle match but remains unavailable for selection this weekend.

New signing Ryan Sessegnon is concluding the late stages of conditioning before returning to training with the squad following a hamstring injury, while defender Juan Foyth is progressing well as he works his way back from an ankle problem.

Kick-off on Sunday is at 4.30pm.