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FT: Tottenham 2 Arsenal 1.
Change right at the death for Spurs as Gallas replaces Lennon.
Yellow card for Walker for kicking the ball away.
Dembele hobbles off, adding to the extra time somewhat, before being replaced by Livermore.
Podolski takes to the field for Arsenal. with Arteta the man making way.
Adebayor is carried off on a stretcher, and his striker partner Defoe replaces him in the Spurs attack.
Jenkinson is hauled off for Arsenal, with Rosicky the man entering the fray.
GOAL! Mertesacker scores!
Ryan Sparks believes further drama lays ahead, tweeting: 'I think it will finish 3-2 to spurs with Bale to get the winner late in the match!'
Lewis Pacey is a man wanting answers. He writes: 'Having been told for the last few years that fourth-place is as good as a trophy, what does Wenger do when he slips 7 points behind Spurs and 5 behind fourth-placed Chelsea? Us Gooners are interested in the answer!'
Gunners fans seem to be quite weary after that 45 minutes, and Carl Fletcher leads the line, writing: 'For all Arsenal's passing being 2-0 down proves we aren't good enough any more. I'm hoping for a comeback but not optimistic!'
HT: Tottenham 2 Arsenal 0.
GOAL! Lennon makes it 2-0!
GOAL! Bale scores!
Another booking comes as Lennon sprints away from Ramsey, who takes a tug on the winger's arm to concede a free-kick 35 yards out.
Second yellow of the day falls to Dawson, who stands his ground to prevent Giroud slipping past him at the half-way line.
A lunge from Adebayor runs the risk of of a booking and he is indeed shown the yellow card for a silly tackle on Wilshere.
Some betting news from our friends at Sky Bet now. Spurs are 13/10 favs with Arsenal 2/1 and the draw 12/5. Punters have been torn over who will win but are backing Bale to score in their droves.
Chris Dow is pragmatic before kick-off, writing: 'I'm an Arsenal boy, but can see Spurs running the show this afternoon. I reckon 4-2 for Tottenham is a fair shout - Arsenal's defence lately, derby or not, has been woeful.'
Specifics now from Justin, who writes: 'Arsenal to win 5-2, Bale to score first and Tottenham to lead first half, but expect a comeback special from the boys in red with Wilshere being the man to win us the game! COYG!'
Russel Green gets us underway, writing: 'This is a big chance to gain points and push for the third position in the league. Spurs are slow starters at home and we need to make sure we are ready from the start. To be fair I see draw written all over this one.'
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