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Rupert Wyman 19th Apr 2011 - 17:01

Arsenal are young but they're not good enough!

Wenger cannot be accused of not developing his young side but yet again they will end the season without a trophy. They once again fell apart in the latter stages of the season!

The build-up to Arsenal's most recent game was all about their chances of leap-fogging United and securing the Premier League title. The post match analysis concluded that the likes of Eboue and Koscielny need to move on to new pastures if Arsenal are to mount a serious challenge next year.

They could only get a point against an inspired Liverpool and Wenger needs to make changes if they are to secure a trophy next season. They will struggle to keep hold of the likes of Fabregas and Van Persie and a new goalkeeper has to be a priority.

The only satisfaction that Arsenal can take until the end of the season is the bragging rights in North London. Both teams will be looking to win this televised derby, Arsenal are 6/4 for the away win, the draw is 23/10 and the home win 9/5.

Tottenham may have been knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid but they still have a chance of getting fourth place and another crack at winning the illustrious European competition next season.

Whilst Arsenal seem to have stagnated in recent seasons, Tottenham's profile has grown. They have a world beater in Bale and Van de Vaart was a shrewd summer signing.

They also have home advantage and they will take the game to Arsenal. Arsenal's defence is appalling and Crouch can take his chances in-front of goal.

Crouch is 13/2 to grab the first goal and he will want to impress Redknapp because he is in the market for new strikers. It is rumoured that he will move on for £10 million and he is a target for Newcastle.

There is no value in both teams to score at 6/10 and over 2.5 goals is as short as 7/10, the best value could lie with our Match Winner. It is 5/1 for either team to come from behind and win, there should be plenty of goals scored and neither team will settle for a draw.

In November, Tottenham registered their first win at Arsenal in seventeen years when they can from 2-0 down to win 3-2. It is 8/1 for five goals to be scored in the match and neither team is strong on the back foot.

After Tottenham's win at the Emirates and the fact this match is at home, you could do worse than back them at 21/20 draw no bet. They also have a stronger bench than the gunners and they have only lost two of their last twenty Premier League fixtures.

If you fancy a goalscorer bet, Nasri has scored three goals in two appearances against Tottenham this season. He is in-form and a wanted man, he is 7/1 to grab the first goal. He has a fantastic shot from distance and he regularly finds himself in the box. He is 2/1 to score anytime and Gomes could find himself busy on Wednesday evening.



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