Wenger pumps his fists on the sidelines as Dean blows for full-time. That's Arsenal's first win against their local rivals in seven attempts.
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Arsenal - Tottenham Hotspur
Premier League - 18 November 2017
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Eriksen's corner has too much on it and it goes out of play.
Eriksen picks out Trippier on the right. His cross is cleared as far as Son, whose shot is deflected for a corner.
Iwobi is fed by Sanchez on the edge of the box but shoots low and wide.
Once again, Sanchez is able to break after being released by Koscielny, but his shot is saved.
Winks finds Tripper on the left, whose cross is cleared. Spurs are pushing for the consolation.
Winks find Llorente with a superb long ball to the edge of the area, but the Spaniard can't maintain possession.
Sanchez wins a free kick 30 yards from goal, from which Xhaka shoots wide.
Iwobi picks out Sanchez who breaks free, but soon finds the other Sanchez on his heels. The danger is diffused.
CHANCE: Davies finds Llorente on the edge of the area, who nods into Son's path. It should at the very least be a shot on target, but Son blast high and wide.
SUB: Ozil walks off at a snail's pace, drinking in rapturous applause as he is replaced by Iwobi. The German has been superb today.
CHANCE: Arsenal break from the corner and it's four versus two! Ozil finds Bellerin on the edge of the area but his shot is blocked by Davies.
Winks picked out Davies in the left. His cross is sent for a corner by Koscielny.
Eriksen plays a corner short to Winks, who sees his cross cleared to Davies. Davies crosses to Eric Dier, whose header is saved in superb fashion by Cech! Arsenal immediately break and Lloris is forced to come 30 yards off his line to clear the danger of an oncoming Sanchez. Breathless!
Eriksen shoots low from 25 yards but his shot is easily collected by Cech. Spurs have been reduced to potshots.
As it stands, only one point will separate Spurs and Arsenal in the league table.
CHANCE: Ozil receives the ball from Kolasinac on the left side of the area and cuts it back to Sanchez. The Chilean dribbles forward but sees his shot saved by Lloris.
SUBS: Dele and Kane and replaced by Son and Llorente.
Davinson Sanchez finds Dele on the edge of the box, but Dele is ponderous and is dispossessed.
Lacazette is withdrawn for Coquelin. The fans - and the striker himself - don't seem too happy about it.
Monreal is booked for a challenge of Dele. Mike Dean played advantage as Spurs attacked before going back to his pocket.
Ozil plays a square ball to Alexis on the egde of the area. Alexis' first-time shot is disappointing - it bobbles into Lloris' arms.
Sanchez's corner is cleared by Kane, who has been more useful in defence than attack today.
Ozil swings in a free kick and Mustafi's header is deflected out for a corner.
Xhaka breaks down the left and finds Sanchez on the left flank. Once again, it is Davinson Sanchez who breaks up the play.
Arsenal break with some lovely passing movements between Sanchez, Lacazette and Ramsey, but Davinson Sanchez intercepts the fun.
SUBS: Harry Winks is on for Dembele.
Koscileny puts Lacazette clear through on goal, but the flag goes up.
Arsenal win a corner after a rapid break from Lacazette and Sanchez. The Chilean swings it in and Lloris palms it out for a throw-in.
Davies floats one into Dele in the box, but Ramsey intercepts.
CHANCE: Eriksen finds Harry Kane in the box around seven yards from goal, but Mustafi blocks his shot with an inspired sliding challenge. The goalscorer has almost certainly prevented a goal, there.
Ozil breaks through the middle and plays a lovely one-two with Sanchez. Lloris intercepts before the Chilean can receive it.
Bellerin plays a through ball to Lacazette, who is dispossessed by Davinson Sanchez. Lacazette thinks it's a foul, Dean does not.
Sanchez swings in a corner and Kane clears. When the ball is put back in, several Arsenal players are offside.
Arsenal's players are unhappy as Harry Kane slides in on Xhaka near the touchline in the box. After consultation with the officials, Mike Dean gives the Tottenham man gets a yellow card.
Kane tries to put Dele through on the right but Xhaka clears.
Kane attempts to play a through ball but he is brought down from behind by Mustafi. Booking.
The last time Spurs won at the Emirates, in 2010, they were 2-0 down at half time.
We're underway for the second half as the home side get proceedings going.
Mike Dean blows for half time. Arsenal lead, having scored both both of their shots on target.
Davies tries to swing a cross in for one last attack of the half, but it's intercepted and Cech collects.
Eriksen tries to find Dele with a ball over the top into the box, but it's cut out.
There are a few claims that Mustafi's opener was a tad offside. Those claims might have some merit.
Davies finds Kane around 20 yards out and the striker runs parallel to the goal, looking to get a shot off. When he does, it lacks power and rolls wide.
Eriksen finds Kane on the edge of the area, but he is dispossessed after a wonderful tackle by Koscielny.
That's a superb finish from Sanchez, who scored from point-blank range with his second touch. Bellerin's through ball was also inspired.
GOAL: Bellerin picks out Lacazette in the area with a wonderful pass, and he passes to Sanchez. The Chilean shoots into the roof of the net from about one yard out.
Davies launches a low cross into the Arsenal box. Ozil attempts to clear by hoofing it high into the air. But not very far away.
Mustafi's looping header for the goal, by the way, was inch-perfect. No goalkeeper could have reached it.
Sanchez finds Lacazette on the left edge of the area, but Demebele difuses the danger.
Another Sanchez-on-Sanchez clash. Alexis is booked for a slide on Davinson.
GOAL: Ozil floats in a free kick from the left flank and Mustafi heads just inside the left post.
Davies' cross is cleared by Koscileny and Arsenal break rapidly down the other end. Davinson Sanchez concedes a foul as Sanchez tries to muscle past him.
Sissoko breaks down the right and his cross finds Harry Kane. his header from around 15 yards is collected by Cech.
CHANCE: Davies' low cross finds Eriksen, who shoots low into the side netting.
Xhaka is booked for a very cynical challenge on Dele. It's the yellow he deserved earlier.
Eriksen tries to put Kane through in the area but Cech comes to collect.
Sissoko clears the corner and Spurs break down the left. Eriksen tries to find Kane but the move is snuffed out.
Dier blocks a Bellerin cross for a corner. Xhaka's effort at goal is deflected for another corner.
Sanchez picks out Bellerin on the right with a brilliant cross-field pass. His cross is blocked by Davies.
Davinson Sanchez plays a very cavalier backpass back to Lloris, who has to come out of his area rapidly to clear it.
Davies crosses from the left and Mustafi keeps Kane from getting his head on it.
Ozil attempts to cross to Lacazette from the left but D. Sanchez clears for a corner. Offside is called on Monreal is the play that follows.
Xhaka virtually rugby tackles Sissoko to the floor, but somehow evades a card.
Xhaka finds Sanchez on the right with a long ball but Davies intercepts. The crowd are clearly enthused by this series of Arsenal attacks.
Koscielny floats in a free kick from around 35 yards and it's headed clear for a corner. Xhaka's resultant corner is cleared.
Ramsey's pass to pick out Bellerin in the box on that previous play was quite something.
Ramsey picks out Bellerin near the byeline in the box. The Spaniard puts a brilliant low pass across the six yard box but Lacazette can't quite reach it.
Spurs had 53% possession in the opening 15 minutes.
Plenty of flare on show.
Spurs are putting plenty of balls into the box from the right channel through Sissoko and Trippier. Koscielny is dealing with them appropriately.
Sissoko tries to find Kane with a speculative long ball into the box, but Koscielny heads clear.
Sanchez nearly flicks a header into Lacazette's path for a one-on-one, but Davinson Sanchez intercepts.
After some smart passing movements, Kolasinac finds Lacazette in the box in a superb position, but the Frenchman's first touch is absolutely dreadful.
It's a little bit scrappy so far, to be honest.
Dele and Koscielny clash heads. Both seem to be OK and there's no stoppage.
Lloris is put under a worrying amount of pressure by Lacazette after a slightly cavalier backpass. He gets away with it, though.
Dele has some space in the final third and tries to put Kane through with a low pass towards goal, but it's blocked. Dele concedes a foul to Koscielny.
Harry Kane is picked out by a Vertonghen long ball and beats Koscielny. He has space and time in the box but his effort is saved.
CHANCE: Dier's attempt at a clearance on the edge of the area is blocked and Sanchez finds Lacazette in the box. The Frenchman shoots high over the bar.
Koscielny has space to go forward but his attempt to pick out Bellerin goes out of touch.
Vertonghen concedes a foul to Ozil near the halfway line.
Sissoko tries to push down the right channel but is cut out by Xhaka.
It's Laurent Koscielny's 300th game for Arsenal today.
Spurs try to push forward down the left through Ben Davies, but Ramsey pins him back into his own half, conceding a free kick in the process.
Referee Mike Dean gets the party started and Tottenham kick off. For those watching in black and white, Arsenal are in red, playing from left to right.
Weather report for the Emirates: it's a little bit wet.
The teams, and Gunnersaurus, are on the pitch, Kick-off is moments away.
Tottenham's away record against the top six under Pochettino is not great: they have drawn six and lost nine.
Tottenham have won just two of their last 32 league games at Arsenal (D13, L17). The last victory came in 2010.
Kane: "It’s important for us to start beating the big teams away, not just Arsenal. We need to play the way we play at home and find the will to win”
Harry Kane has never failed to score in a North London Derby in which he has featured.
Don't expect a 0-0 today.
Lucidity is the key for Wenger: "It’s always a fierce derby. As well to keeping your nerve, you must have full commitment while being lucid and calm enough to focus on the game."
Arsenal's North London Derby record might not be exemplary lately, but their home form certainly is: Wenger's have won their last 10 league games at the Emirates.
Arsenal are enduring their longest winless streak against Tottenham in Premier League history. In their last six meetings, they have drawn four and lost two.
Arsene Wenger's two changes see Lacazette and Mustafi return in place of Iwobi and Coquelin. "Tottenham are a good side but we have the quality to win this game and that's what we want to show," says the Frenchman.
Tottenham's back three is unchanged, while Ben Davies and Kieran Trippier come back into the team. "It's not only about three points, it's to play with emotion and your heart," says Mauricio Pochettino in his pre-match interview.
ARSENAL: Cech, Mustafi, Koscielny, Monreal; Bellerin, Xhaka, Ramsey, Kolasinac; Ozil, Sanchez; Lacazette. Subs: Ospina, Mertesacker, Coquelin, Maitland-Niles, Wilshere, Iwobi, Welbeck. /// TOTTENHAM: Lloris, Trippier, Dier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies, Dembélé, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dele, Kane. Subs: Vorm, Kurier, Font, Walker-Peters, Winks, Son, Llorente.
Dele Alli and Harry Kane are in the visitors' starting line-up, having been far too injured to play for England over the international break. Moussa Sissoko starts ahead of Harry Winks, while Danny Rose doesn't even make the bench.
Alexandre Lacazette gets the start in North London, with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez joining the Frenchman in the attacking trident. Arsenal fan social media meltdowns will, therefore, be put on hold... for now.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary of Tottenham’s Premier League visit to local rivals Arsenal. This is Ryan Bailey (@ryanjaybailey) taking you through all the North London Derby action from The Emirates.