Three of the last four top-flight North London derbies have ended in stalemate.
Arsenal v Spurs - Sunday 12:00, BT Sport 1
Arsenal head into this game in great form, unbeaten in all competitions since their manic opening day defeat to Liverpool. They've won 10 of the last 11, scoring 32 goals in the process, and it bodes well for a title challenge that they have not been overly reliant on any one player for goals. Olivier Giroud may have scored three in Arsenal's last two matches, but Arsene Wenger will almost certainly stick with playing Alexis Sanchez up top. The Chilean likes to drop deep and collect the ball, leaving opposition centre-halves confused without anyone to mark, giving defensive midfielders nightmares where they become outnumbered.
Mauricio Pochettino described his side's loss at Wembley to Bayer Leverkusen as "embarrassing," and the defeat leaves Spurs without the taste of victory in six matches. He will be expecting a reaction and a more cohesive team effort from his side at the Emirates. They've fared better in the Premier League, where they remain the only team unbeaten, though half their games have been drawn including each of their last three.
Although Spurs haven't been firing on all cylinders of late, Arsenal showed against both Sunderland and Ludogorets that they still have a mistake in them at the back. The visitors also lose few on the road under Pochettino, just two in their last 23 in fact, and three of the last four top-flight meetings against Arsenal have been draws. We think the value lies in backing a draw again at a price of 3.65.