With the second installment of one of the English Premier League's most anticipated rivalries set to take place this Sunday, both teams involved—Arsenal and Tottenham—will undoubtedly be gearing up for different reasons.
Several ex-Arsenal legends are touting this game to be Arsene Wenger's most important one since taking the helm as the Gunners manager in 1996. His team have been anything but impressive in their quest for another top-four league finish and consequent UEFA Champions League spot so far, and several observers and analysts are speculating this to be make or break for both the team and the manager.
Tottenham Hotspur meanwhile seem to have added consistency to an already impressive style of attacking play. For the first time since many Tottenham fans can even recall, they now find themselves with a genuine chance of finishing the campaign on top of their arch rivals.
Essentially, it's a must-win game for both parties. Arsenal fans, though, will be hoping to take more than three points from the encounter, as a high-profile victory might just rejuvenate their bid for a UEFA Champions League berth.
With Tottenham going into this one as favourites, it has become an undisputed reality amongst fans that if the Gunners are to take something from this match, they're going to have to shake things around.
This article lists five possible moves Arsenal must do differently if they are to win this game.