This should be interesting.
Coming into the first North London Derby of the 2012-13 football season, neither club has been on their best form.
For Arsenal, a loss to Manchester United and a 3-3 draw with Fulham has them sitting back in eighth place in the league. Meanwhile, losses to Wigan and Manchester City have Tottenham one spot and one point ahead of their rivals.
Needless to say, both teams will be looking for a win in this heated encounter. However, both will also be looking for a few other good signs from their sides.
On the back of two disappointing performances in the league, what will Spurs be hoping to see from their squad on Saturday?
Here are five things that Andre Villas-Boas and Tottenham supporters should watch for at the Emirates.