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Ball of Shame video: The top five controversies from Arsenal v Tottenham

From George Graham to Sol Campbell this fierce rivalry just keeps on giving.

by Sean Goff | March 15, 2014

It could all get a bit tasty in the Norf London Derby on Super Sunday (4pm) as we reach the business end of the season.

Expect Arsene Wenger’s selective blindness to kick in as the Gunners annual implosion gets into full swing. Arsenal go into the game with more casualties than outpatients on a Saturday night and may be there for the taking.

Benfica coach Jorge Jesus may have as much class as Alan Pardew but they Portuguese side were good enough to beat Spurs 3-1 at White Hart Lane on Thursday night. Not the ideal  prep for your biggest rivals visit. Just six points separate the sides (Arsenal have a game in hand) but the Gunners are shy Mesut Özil, Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere.  

A win for Tim Sherwood’s side would make life very uncomfortable for Arsenal in a game that usually produces goals But Spurs have been the guv’nors at home in their last two league meetings – winning both 2-1.

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