Arsenal v Tottenham, Liverpool Man Utd odds as punters set for Super Sunday treat

The latest Arsenal v Tottenham, Liverpool v Man Utd odds and team news as all eyes turn to a Super Sunday of football in store for fans and punters alike.

It’s a game that will be played in the final days of the transfer window and that could be telling.  Arsenal look stretched and Arsene Wenger is under pressure to bring in new players but has found it harder then one might imagine to bring in the desired new faces.

A solid defeat and it will be more pressure heaped on the Frenchman.

A victory will not quite be a reprieve but at least an opportunity to draw breath.

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Drawing breath on the pitch might prove more difficult as the home side might well struggle to keep up with the pace, fluidity and scope of the visitors who have been in impressive form since the resumption of the Premier League.  And opposite to Arsenal’s transfer market approach, Spurs have been relentless.

Bale might well be on his way out of White Hart Lane but the plethora of players on their way in appear to be capable of making his presence quickly forgotten.

Laurent Koscieinyis set to return from a one match ban and Mathieu Flamini should at least make the bench after his surprise return to North London for his second stint with Arsenal. Lukas Podolski was in good form as he showed in his strong performance in last weekends victory over another London rival, Fulham, at a rain soaked Craven Cottage.

Unfortunately Wenger will have to plan without the Polish international, the former Koln and Bayern Munich striker will be out for three months with a torn hamstring.

Abou Diaby, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mikel Arteta and Thomas Vermaelen continue to recover from their respective injures and won’t be available for selection.

Jermain Defoe and Lewis Holtby were both very sharp in the Thursday night Europa league victory over Dinamo Tiblisi at White Hart Lane and both scored fine goals, Holtby in particular.  Defoe also lent weight to the argument for his inclusion in scoring twice.

Aaron Lennon could miss out with a foot injury and Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Emmanuel Adebayor continue in their efforts to attain full match fitness.  Gareth Bale won’t train so it’s a safe set that he won’t play either.

On the day it’s hard to see much seperating the two sides.  But what Spurs have that Arsenal don’t is strength in depth.  And with stronger options available to come off the bench it could be that that proves to be the difference between the two sides.  Andre Villa-Boas and his players should make the short trip home with all three points in the bag.

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