Tottenham and Arsenal will face each other on Saturday in what is always an overcharged North London derby. Both teams need to get a victory to keep fighting for a Champions League place as they are 5th and 6th in the Premier League table, respectively.
Spurs: current top dogs in North London
Despite their position in the table, Spurs are having a great scoring season. Pochettino's side have scored 75 goals so far, with much of the thanks going to Harry Kane, who has sent the ball into the net 31 times. Compared to last season, Tottenham have scored 11 more goals at this point of the year (66).
In addition to this, they are currently on a scoring streak of 19 consecutive games. However, they have a tough match to keep that record going as they will play against the last team that kept them from scoring, Arsenal.
Revenge, points and keep going
In their earlier league meeting, Arsenal beat Tottenham 2-0 with goals by Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez. Pochettino's side will try to get revenge, take all-three points and maintain the scoring streak against their bitter city rivals.
On Wednesday evening Spurs took their scoring run to 19 games with a 2-0 victory over Newport in the FA Cup.