Arsenal vs Tottenham live score, updates, lineups, and result from Premier League north London derby

Arsenal and Tottenham do battle in an eagerly anticipated Premier League north London derby on September 24.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are unbeaten in Premier League action this season and they kicked off a return to the Champions League, for the first time since 2017, with a 4-0 midweek win over PSV. The Gunners are in buoyant mood and there’s a growing feeling that last season’s surprise title challenge was not a one-off.

Ange Postecoglou has got the feel-good factor back at Spurs and the Australian coach has matched Arteta’s 13 Premier League points from five games. To restore not just winning, but entertaining football, having sold Harry Kane to Bayern Munich, has helped Postecoglou to win a place in the hearts of fans in just a few weeks.

He has promised to go on the attack at Emirates Stadium, saying of the challenge: “If we shy away from it, don’t play our football, manage to get a draw, what have we really learned apart from surviving 90 minutes of football? Nothing.”

The Sporting News will be following the Arsenal vs. Tottenham match live, providing score updates, commentary, and highlights as they happen.

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Arsenal vs Tottenham live score

  1st Half Goalscorers
Arsenal 1 Romero (OG)
Tottenham 0  


Arsenal (4-3-3, right to left): Raya (GK) — White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko — Odegaard, Rice, Vieira — Saka, Jesus, Nketiah

Tottenham (4-2-3-1, right to left): Vicario (GK) — Udogie, Van den Ven, Romero, Porro — Bissouma, Sarr — Son, Maddison, Kulusevski  — Johnson 

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Arsenal vs Tottenham live updates, highlights, and commentary

26th min: GOAL FOR ARSENAL! The Gunners lead and it’s an awful moment for Cristian Romero! Saka cuts in from the left and Udogie obligingly gives him time and space to shoot. It’s not a great effort, but Romero waves a leg at it, and the ball flies into the net with Vicario committed to the dive.

23rd min: Spurs are persisting in their attempts to play out via Sarr and Yves Bissouma, and Arsenal are snapping at their heels every time. And yet, the Gunners aren’t really doing much when they do manage to win the ball back. It’s all a bit cancel-each-other-out-y at the moment.

19th min: Pedro Porro gets forward for the first time, and it’s a heck of cross from the Spurs right-back that Ben White has to be alert to clear. Sarr’s follow-up balloons somewhere towards the River Thames.

16th min: Another save! Destiny Udogie’s backpass is lazy and suddenly Nketiah has a chance, but his shot is blocked by Vicario at the near post.

14th min: Good save, Guglielmo Vicario! Jesus met Bukayo Saka’s lofted pass to the back post but the Spurs keeper reacted well to claw the ball away. Not sure it was going in, but it was fine work nonetheless from the Italian.

8th min: Jesus tries to free Eddie Nketiah down the left, but Micky van de Ven makes an excellent sliding tackle to stop the striker’s progress. Nothing to split these two in the early exchanges.

4th min: SON HAS THE BALL IN THE NET — but he is very, very offside! Pape Sarr shot from the edge of the box following a corner, and Son poked in the ball at the left-hand post, but he was at least four yards behind the last Arsenal defender. No need for VAR there.

2nd min: Gabriel Jesus, starting on the right of Arsenal’s attack, snaps into two challenges to stop Spurs playing their out of their own defence. The visitors eventually break forward and Brennan Johnson has a sight of goal, his shot deflecting over.

Kickoff: Here we go! The North London derby is underway.

5 mins to KO: “I think they should be very confident,” says ex-Spurs striker Les Ferdinand on Sky Sports in the UK. We’re about to find out how confident they are…

20 mins to KO: The loss of Leandro Trossard, apparently to a rear thigh muscle complaint, could be significant given Gabriel Martinelli is also unavailable. It’s also clear that, for now at least, David Raya is very much Arsenal’s No.1 in goal.

As for Spurs, this is quite the full debut for Brennan Johnson in attack.

1 hour to KO: The teams are in!

1 hour 30 to KO: Postecoglou has done plenty of good work to impress his own fans in his first few months in charge but a win today would go down a treat with the Spurs faithful. 

His fine start has also left his counterpart Arteta singing his praises too.

Arteta said: “I really like him. I had players and I know players that had him and they always speak really, really highly of him. That’s not a coincidence.

“You can tell straight away he’s fitting in the right way. That’s the beauty of this league that we have top, top managers.”

2 hours to KO: These two teams were heading in opposite directions last season. Now, the north London derby is a match that pits together two teams with designs on challenging not just for the top four, but possibly for the Premier League title.

Arsenal vs Tottenham lineups, team news

Arteta hasn’t risked Brazilian star Gabriel Martinelli in this match due to an ongoing thigh injury.

Leandro Trossard misses out with a muscle injury.

Arsenal lineup (4-3-3, right to left): Raya (GK) — White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko — Odegaard, Rice, Vieira — Saka, Jesus, Nketiah

Subs: Ramsdale, Cedric, Tomiyasu, Kiwier, Jorginho, Elneny, Smith Rowe, Nelson, Havertz

Veteran winger Ivan Perisic has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee problem and Postecoglou is still without Rodrigo Bentancur and Ryan Sessegnon.

Tottenham lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): Vicario (GK) — Udogie, Van den Ven Porro, Romero, Porro — Bissouma, Sarr — Son, Maddison,  Kulusevski  — Johnson 

Subs: Forster, Veliz, Richarlison, Davies, Solomon, Dier, Emerson, Hojbjerg, Skipp

What time does Arsenal vs Tottenham kick off?

This Premier League clash takes place at the Emirates Stadium in London, UK and kicks off on Sunday, September 24 at 2:00 p.m. local time.

Here’s how that time translates across some of the major territories:

  Date Kickoff time
USA Sun Sep. 24 9:00 a.m. ET
Canada Sun Sep. 24 9:00 a.m. ET
UK Sun Sep. 24 2:00 p.m. BST
Australia Sun Sep. 24 11:00 p.m. AEST
India Sun Sep. 24 6:30 p.m. IST
Hong Kong Sun Sep. 24 9:00 p.m. HKT
Malaysia Sun Sep. 24 9:00 p.m. MYT
Singapore Sun Sep. 24 9:00 p.m. SGT
New Zealand Mon Sep. 25 2:00 a.m. NZDT

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Arsenal vs Tottenham live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch this Premier League match across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

Region TV Streaming
USA Peacock

Fubo Canada

UK Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League Sky GO, Now TV
India Star Sports Select 1 Hotstar VIP,
Hong Kong Now Premier League 1 and 2 (Ch.620-622) Now TV
Malaysia Astro SuperSport 3 Astro Go, sooka
Singapore Hub Premier 1 StarHub TV+
New Zealand Sky Sport 1 NZ Sky Sport NOW

UK: This match will be available for live broadcast and streaming via Sky Sports’ services.

USA: This game is available for streaming via Peacock.

Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada, with a new FREE five-day trial for new subscribers.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match .

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