Despite the Gunners not making any notable signings as of yet and Spurs doing the contrary, Arsenal can still beat Tottenham in the upcoming north London derby.
Tottenham have been largely unconvincing in the Premier League this season. Despite getting two wins in the two games that have been played, they have both been 1-0 wins through penalties.
However, it is very much debatable that the penalty given in the 1-0 win over Swansea was due to a dive.
Tottenham have been a good team this season, dominating possession in both of the games played so far but they have lacked the cutting edge that helps them score goals, despite making an array of signings such as Spanish international Roberto Soldado.
Arsenal seemed much the opposite on Saturday against Fulham. The Gunners put on an incredible display in a 3-1 victory at Craven Cottage playing sensational football at times.
The Arsenal squad seems like it may be not much different from the one that put on such a show. This of course will depend on signings.
Arsene Wenger seems intent on making signings after Tuesday's game against Fenerbahce when the Gunners hope to cement their place in the Champions League group stages. If these signings are made, there's no doubt that Arsenal will be fully capable of beating Spurs in the north London derby.
Confidence is flowing in the Arsenal camp as Saturday's game proved, where players were not afraid to show just how good they really are. Maybe with such confidence Arsenal can kill Tottenham's dreams of a derby win at the Emirates.
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