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Arsenal vs Tottenham LIVE: Premier League team news, line-ups and more today

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A glimpse inside the Arsenal dressing room

Arsenal are taking on Tottenham today in a north London derby where both sides are in need of a morale-boosting win over their neighbours.

The two teams have experienced contrasting starts to the season: Spurs won their opening three league games 1-0 to climb briefly to the top of the table while the Gunners lost their first three, but since then the tables have turned, with Tottenham losing twice and Arsenal winning back-to-back games.

Mikel Arteta’s team could now climb above Spurs in the table with a win over two goals or more, something that would have seemed extremely unlikely just a few weeks ago. In the build-up, Arteta said he has emphasised the importance of the match to the club. “They (Arsenal’s players) do (know the importance) and I will make sure they understand what it means. The history between the two teams and where it came from and what it means emotionally to our supporters,” Arteta told reporters on Friday. “You have to play that game with a slightly different skin because there is a little bit more at stake.”

Follow all the action live below, after the conclusion of Southampton vs Wolves.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

85 mins: Some treatment being given to Nelson Semedo. Bruno Lage barking some instructions to Joao Moutinho on the touchline. He knows how important it is that they see this out.

Ralph Hasenhuttl looking a little helpless at this moment.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

83 mins: Southampton’s fans half-heartedly appeal for a handball inside the Wolves penalty area but there is nothing in it.

Oh, that’s a chance though! Livramento pulls the ball back from the left and it finds its way to Armstrong six yards out but he can’t direct it on target!

Looks like this moment has won the day for the visitors...


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

80 mins: It doesn’t look like Southampton have a goal in them here. Wolves are superbly taking the sting out of the game, managing it within an inch of their lives.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

77 mins: Lovely ball in from Marcal from a short free-kick but it’s headed away by substitute Shane Long. Wolves looking to kill the game now.

Moutinho delivers an inswinging corner which is thumped clear by Livramento.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

75 mins: Not a good challenge from Kyle Walker-Peters there but it doesn’t matter as he is quickly replaced by Shane Long.

Ralph Hasenhuttl rolling the dice now as he searches for an equaliser. If Saints do not win this then it will be six games without a victory at the start of this Premier League campaign.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

72 mins: Here comes Adama Traore. That’s the last thing Southampton’s defenders will want to see this afternoon. Traore replaces Podence.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

70 mins: The Mexican striker now looks rejuvenated. He is pressing all over the pitch.

Southampton work it well though and Djenepo is bundled over by Moutinho. This is a chance for Ward-Prowse.


70 mins: A little dip in proceedings. Wolves now have all 11 players behind the ball as Jimenez harries the Saints defenders, pressing from the front.


Southampton 0-1 Wolves

65 mins: That has well and truly put the cat amongst the pigeons. Wolves did not look dangerous in the slightest. Now they lead.

Redmond has made way for Djenepo. Adams is off for Broja. Double change from Saints. Instant response from Hasenhuttl.

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