Spurs were shown exactly how far they are short of the very best in England once more with a pretty humiliating defeat to Chelsea and how they respond now will be crucial.
(PRWEB UK) 14 March 2014
Arguably the biggest derby rivalry in London and that passionate history looks set to continue with the two clubs likely to push hard for wins to resurrect their faltering claims for the Premier League title and Champions League football. For Spurs any pretensions to the title of Premier League Champions are well and truly over with Champions League football looking increasingly unlikely after being crushed under the blue boot of the team in west London, Chelsea. Spurs will be looking for a good reaction after that humbling, their second of the season, and what better team to beat than arch-rivals Arsenal. Arsenal having bowed out of the Champions League can now focus on the Premier League and FA Cup as they look to end their trophy drought.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “We should be in for a real treat with this game as both teams will be fired-up; this is one of those derby games that will bring the best performances out of the players with a crowd in full-voice creating an intense atmosphere at White Hart Lane. Arsenal are now without Ozil who joins a growing list of injured players including Walcott, Wilshere and Ramsey which is making life very difficult as the season moves towards it’s conclusion. We will be following the game live on our website Football.co.uk.”
Jason Hope, Content Manager of DSG believes that this match will prove the end of a serious title challenge from Liverpool. “I think Arsene Wenger will be increasingly concerned about the games to come as on one hand he is still in a strong position in the League and has a golden opportunity to lift the FA Cup, but by the same token has a number of players now sidelined. Spurs were shown exactly how far they are short of the very best in England once more with a pretty humiliating defeat to Chelsea and how they respond now will be crucial. They are still in the Europa League so they will be keen to ensure they get back on track with a home win to bitter rivals Arsenal. Join us as we follow the game live on Football.co.uk.”
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