So far, Arsenal sit top of the Women’s Super League after an unbeaten start to the campaign and could not be traveling to their rivals at The Hive in better form. Victorious in their six outings thus far, Jonas Eidevall’s team are the early pace-setters.
Tottenham, meanwhile, are in good form and could feasibly move two points behind Arsenal with a victory at home, further underlining their best-ever start to a season.
This, however, will be the acid test. Spurs have not yet played either Arsenal or Chelsea and taking on the league leaders will perhaps provide an indication on how seriously they can be considered for a title tilt this season.
For Arsenal, meanwhile, beating a Spurs side in good form would strengthen their own cause. Thus far, everything has gone to plan for Jonas Eidevall and managing to win away at one of the WSL’s best sides this season would be a huge statement, particularly given the (relative) problems at Chelsea this season.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Tottenham vs Arsenal is scheduled for a 13.30pm GMT kick-off at The Hive in London.
Where to watch Tottenham vs Arsenal
TV channel: The game will be broadcast on BBC One.
Live stream: BBC iPlayer (free when signing up) will be available either on the website or through the app.
LIVE coverage: Follow every kick with Standard Sport’s LIVE match blog.
Tottenham vs Arsenal team news
Tottenham XI: Korpela, Zadorsky, Bartrip, Harrop, Williams, Percival, Graham, Simon, Ubogagu, Clemaron, NevilleSubs: Heeps, Morgan, Green, Ale, Addison, Ayane
Arsenal XI: Zinsberger, Martiz, Williamson, Wubbe-Moy, Catley, Walti, Maanum, Little, Mead, Miedema, McCabeSubs: Williams, Goldie, Boye, Patten, Nobbs, Iwabuchi, Heath, Parris, Foord
Tottenham vs Arsenal prediction
As promising as Tottenham have been this season, Arsenal’s class in forward areas will surely prove too much. Riding the crest of a wave at the moment, it’s hard to see anybody slowing them.
Arsenal to win 2-1.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Arsenal wins: 5
Tottenham wins: 0