Post: 22 50

Competition: Premier League

Match: Arsenal - Tottenham

Time: Sunday 1 Sept. 17:30

Tip: more than 10 final angles

Odd: 1.90

Stake: 7%

I go back to post a bet after quite a long time of absence from the group for reasons, fortunately, working.

I'll be back with my classic derby the English but especially the North London derby (one of the most felt among the various derby in London).

Both teams come from a defeat gained against different blazon teams, the arsenal with Liverpool and Tottenham with Newcastle.

Both teams have in common the ugly way in which the defeat matured, on the part of the Gunners they appeared really too little stuff compared to a Liverpool that now travels on another football planet; moving from the Spurs side it must be said that they too suffered a heavy defeat at home against a Newcastle that was anything but irresistible, both of them having the knife between their teeth trying to leave behind the heavy defeats of last day.

House front:

The class for Unay Emery certainly does not lack, to the team in summer people like Pépé (arrived from Lille after an amazing year), Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid (in my opinion a powerful player) and the no less important is David Luiz who will give greater defensive solidity to a department filled by Mustafi.

The formation will be roughly the same view in the field with Liverpool and the motivations will be very high, both because we talk about a derby very much felt in London and because they have to give an answer to the bad performance of the last game.

Front of guests:

Even Tottenham, as written above, arrives at the game from a very bad defeat and in this round of the Premier League he will give it all to return home with the 3 points at the expense of the bitter red and white cousins.

Here too quite important players arrived on all the midfield dam Ndombele and not least the playmaker Lo Celso.

Also here the training should be the best and more or less the same view with Newcastle.

As a team, she is one of the most cornery of all England over the years.


Emotions should certainly not be lacking in a very high and classic part of English football, and frankly speaking, the 10 corner threshold is more than surmountable.