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Ex Man United Striker Predicts Winner of Arsenal v Tottenham London Derby
- Arsenal are scheduled to host Tottenham for the first North London derby of the season on Sunday
- Both teams are currently in hot form ahead of the Emirates Stadium showdown
- This will be Ange Postecoglou's first against Arsenal as Tottenham boss
Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has predicted the winner of the upcoming North London derby pitting Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.
The two London teams are scheduled to face off on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium in what will be potentially the biggest game of the weekend.
The tie comes at a time when both teams are enjoying an impressive start to the new season, as they are currently unbeaten after five outings.
The Sunday meeting will be Ange Postecoglou's first against Arsenal as Tottenham boss since taking charge of the club in the summer.
Berbatov predicts Arsenal vs Tottenham
With fans waiting anxiously for the Sunday cracker, Berbatov has predicted how things could pan out at the Emirates.
According to the former Premier League star, the match is likely to be a high-scoring one, with little to nothing to separate the two teams in the end.
"Any team can win it. It’s a derby, it doesn’t matter where you an in the table," Berbatov predicted via The Mirror.
"Whoever wants it more will take the win but I think it’ll be a draw," he added.
Arsenal will be heading into the tie in high spirits, having secured a 4-0 emphatic win over PSV in their Champions League group opener.
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Victory for the Gunners against PSV Eindhoven was already wrapped up in the first half as they scored three goals to put the game beyond the Dutch giants.