The Gunners head into the clash following wins over Norwich and Burley and a Carabao Cup victory against AFC Wimbledon.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was pleased his team got the cup win as he believes they can take the winning momentum into the match against Spurs.
He said: “Confidence rises, competition brings the best out of you when you have difficult moments and the boys have managed to win three games in a row so credit to how they have handled the situation and now they are obviously looking forward to play on Sunday in what is our biggest game of the season.”
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.
When is it?
The match will kick off at 4.30pm on Sunday, 26 September at the Emirates Stadium.
Where can I watch?
The fixture will be shown on Sky Sports and customers will also be able to stream the game on the app and website.
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For Arsenal, Kieran Tierney is in doubt though should start regardless, while Granit Xhaka is set to return from a three-game ban in the north London derby.
And for Tottenham, Ryan Sessegnon and Lucas Moura remain out with injuries and Steven Bergwijn is unlikely to feature due to an ankle problem.
Arsenal: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney; Partey, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard, Smith Rowe; Aubameyang
Tottenham: Lloris; Royal, Romero, Dier, Reguilon; Hojberg, Skipp, Alli; Son, Kane, Lo Celso
Arsenal – 6/5
Draw – 11/5
Tottenham – 23/10
Arsenal may have winning momentum heading into the match but their rivals will outclass them, especially if they come out with as much vigour as they did in the first half against Chelsea. Arteta has bounced back this season only against bottom-half clubs and will see the Gunners still aren’t living up to their ‘Big Six’ reputation. Arsenal 1-3 Tottenham.