Irrespective of Chelsea's game earlier in the evening, this is the big one for Tottenham. Win here and we beat The Arse in the table for God knows* how many decades. Surely we deserve that now? Yeah, right...
Arsenal's only win in their last eight Premier League visits to White Hart Lane was 1-0 in March 2014 (D3, L4).
However, the Gunners have scored in 35 of the last 36 Premier League north London derbies - the exception being a 0-0 draw in February 2009.
A Spurs win will ensure they finish above Arsenal in the league for the first time since 1995*.
Spurs have only suffered one defeat in 18 Premier League matches (W15, D2), winning their last eight games in a row.
They have won 12 consecutive games at White Hart Lane and are the only side unbeaten at home in the league this season (W15, D2).
Tottenham have amassed 74 points in the Premier League this season, their best ever return in the competition.
Christian Eriksen has been involved in 16 goals in his last 12 appearances in all competitions, with five goals and 11 assists.
The Gunners have won four of their last five games in all competitions.
However, they have lost four of their previous five Premier League away matches, conceding 13 goals in the process.
Arsenal's tally of 60 points after 32 Premier League matches is one more than they had at this stage last season when they went on to finish second.
Alexis Sanchez has been involved in 28 Premier League goals this season, with 19 goals and nine assists.