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Rupert Wyman 25th Feb 2012 - 17:27

Wenger's woes continue against Tottenham

Arsenal have little to play for this season, they were battered in Milan by AC in the Champions League and they have been knocked out of the FA Cup by Sunderland last week.

It is unlikely that they will score enough goals against Milan at the Emirates and they will be very much focussed on beating Spurs in the league.

The fans know that the club need to finish fourth and land Champions League football for next season. Some want the club to dispose of Wenger and others still see him as an idol.

They cannot understand why he is unwilling to sign world class players and why he persists with the likes of Chamakh and Djourou.

Arsenal are 6/4 to win at home, the draw is 21/10 and the Spurs victory is 19/10. In North London, nothing comes bigger than this derby. Spurs are currently the in-form club and they look a massive price at even money draw no bet.

The power has temporarily shifted between the clubs and Arsenal are going to need to contain the likes of Rafael van der Vaart, Bale, Modric and Lennon. They are not powerful and they could be taken apart by Spurs.

If you fancy Tottenham to add to Wenger's woes, they can be backed at 4/1 -1 goal. They are a very attacking side and both teams to score is only 1/2. The Match Winner is for five or more goals to be scored in the match at 5/1, it has been enhanced from 9/2.

Adebayor returns to his former club as a Spurs player and he can expect a hot reception. He will be at the receiving end of plenty abuse throughout the ninety minutes. Arsenal and Tottenham have issued a joint statement warning fans that anti-social behavior would not be tolerated.

He is 6/1 to open the scoring and he would love nothing more than scoring against his former employers.

Wenger will be hoping that the Emirates faithful don't get on their own players' backs. They seem to capitulate under-pressure and there could be a serious end of season collapse.

Arsenal's main man is Robin Van Persie, he has scored four goals in his last five starts against Tottenham in the league. He is 5/1 to open the scoring and he is 10/11 to score anytime.

Rafael van der Vaart has scored four goals in three league games against Arsenal. He tends to play just behind Adebayor and he is 8/1 to open the scoring. Along with Bale, he often takes set-pieces and he looks a cracking price at 11/4 to score anytime.

In all three visits to the Emirates, Spurs under Harry Redknapp have found themselves two goals down at some stage, but have won one and drawn another. Arsenal are 8/1 to lead at half time and not win and Spurs are 4/1 to come from behind and win or draw.



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