On Saturday afternoon the race for the top four really hotted up… But in North London, bragging rights were also up for grabs as Spurs met Arsenal.
The two sides drew 1-1 in the corresponding fixture back in September, and following booking their Wembley place, Tottenham fans had eyes for a Champions League place too. However although that would the unthinkable for Arsenal supporters, unlike the fans of EastEnders as they watch the script of ‘Who killed Lucy’ unfold, the story that developed for them at White Hart Lane was far more predictable.
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Morning. I have a feeling that Monday won’t be all that bad. I sit next to a Gooner meaning I’m going to be on the wind up all day.