We are in for a treat this weekend as first up is the North London derby, as Tottenham take on Arsenal at White Hart Lane, and with both these sides in good form, we are certainly in for a cracker.
Arsene Wenger’s Gunners have turned the corner this year it seems, winning five out of their last six in the Premier League as they steamroll all before them, and a visit to White Hart Lane should no confidence issues this time around.
The Gunners are simply on fire having ridden the wave with a horrendous injury list, and as those players start to come back (Ozil, Walcott) the side looks to have regained its composure, once again fighting for title honours and certainly in with good shout for Champions League qualification.
Wenger has tightned things up at the back, most notably bringing in rookie David Ospina as goalkeeper to replace the inconsistent Wojciech Szczesny, and with four clean sheets in his last give the Gunners certainly do not look as brittle as they were.
Tottenham themselves are playing some superb football at the moment, of course led by Harry Kane, and with only two losses in their last 14 games Mauricio Pochettino certainly has his side playing with some fire in the belly.
It should be a cracking atmosphere, and a game which any football fan would be foolish to miss.