So that you don't miss Tottenham vs Arsenal, here are the predictions, odds, the TV channel and live stream where to watch the game, and news from both teams, to get you ready to enjoy another edition of the North London Derby.
Mikel Arteta and Antonio Conte are not only in another edition of the derby, but both will be fighting for a place in the Champions League. Which one will manage to win and, in the process, get into the most important club tournament in Europe?
Tottenham vs Arsenal: Match Information
Date: Sunday 16 January 2022
Time: 15:30 ET
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham vs Arsenal: Times by the state in the US
How to watch Tottenham vs Arsenal in the US?
TV Channel: Premier League matches are broadcast in the United States on NBCUniversal's networks (NBC, USA Network, Telemundo and Universo)
Live stream: NBCSports.com, NBC Sports app, Peacock
Tottenham vs Arsenal: Head to Head Record
Arsenal have the upper hand in this duel so far, as the Gunners have beaten Spurs on 84 occasions out of the 204 matches played between the two clubs.
Only 66 times Tottenham have beaten Arsenal and the two sides have drawn on 54 occasions.
Therefore, it seems that things are set for Arsenal to get the win, the points and also the pass to the Champions League.
Although nothing is assured in the Premier League.
But the fact that in their last two meetings Mikel Arteta's side have won, in March and September last year, may give a good clue as to what could happen in the game.
Tottenham vs Arsenal: Predictions and odds
Bookmakers are predicting a draw as the outcome of this match. In fact PointsBet states that the probability of the match ending in a draw is +225.
But so far the favorite to win is Tottenham at +145, while Arsenal has a probability of +185 to win the match.
Even the same bookmaker predicts that the match will be spectacular and that it will end with a score of 2-2.
Spurs are in low spirits after being knocked out of the Carabao Cup in controversial fashion.
The team had two penalties and a goal disallowed due to VAR, causing Chelsea to advance to the next round.
After a 2-0 defeat in the first leg, the Blues won the second leg 1-0 and Tottenham's Carabao Cup story was over.
Can they heal that wound by beating Arsenal in the North London Derby?
Despite the team's third consecutive game without a win in all competitions, the Gunners have seen an improvement this season.
Especially in the Premier League where they had gone 4 games unbeaten until they faced Manchester City, with a 2-1 defeat.
The team will have to put everything forward and support Bukayo Saka, who scored the Gunners' only goal against the Citizens, more than ever.
Will Arteta get his team to put in the effort needed to beat Spurs?