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Can Gareth Bale rip Arsenal to shreds in Sunday's London derby?
Sunday's match has huge implications for the clubs involved in the race for Champions League football.
If Tottenham win, then you'd have to think that they'd be in touching distance of clinching a Champions League place, as well as catching Manchester City in second.
If Arsenal win, then they would be right back in the mix for Champions League football as well.
When you consider the fact that it's also a huge London derby, it's going to be a terrific spectacle!
Tottenham's man of the moment is the flying Welshman Gareth Bale.
Bale scored another two stunning long-range goals against West Ham on Monday to further enhance his reputation.
His recent performances have led to his manager Andre Villas Boas telling Sky Sports (via ESPN.co.uk) that:
He is unbelievable, he's such a super talent. I think we have been able to see him this season in another level and he is making the difference every single game. Gareth has been world class for some time now.
While some of Bale's recent performances have been nothing short of exceptional, he's not world-class. Not yet.
To be considered world-class, he has to play against the best players in the world on a regular basis and show that he can compete with them.
That's what the likes of Ronaldo, Messi, Iniesta and Xavi have done, but Bale hasn't.
There's no doubt he has all the ability in the world and he's an exceptional player, but until he can do it on the big stage against the biggest teams on a regular basis, he can't be considered world-class - at least not in my opinion.
Having said that, it's highly likely that he'll rip Arsenal's defence to shreds on Sunday.
The Gunners defence isn't exactly strong at the best of times and with Bale's pace, power and eye for goal - as well as his confidence at an all time high - Arsenal's defenders will be in for a torrid time on Sunday.
Some of the Arsenal players owe Arsene Wenger a big performance in a big game.
It's ridiculous for Wenger to be under pressure, but that's the nature of the modern game.
Trophies are what matter to fans, not performances or financial profits, and the Arsenal fans deserve more for their money than they've had of late.
Santi Cazorla and Theo Walcott have to play well for Arsenal to be in with a chance on Sunday.
They might have walloped Spurs 5-2 at the Emirates in November, but Emmanuel Adebayor's ludicrous red card played a huge part in Spurs downfall that day.
Spurs have the chance to send out a huge statement of intent this weekend, and I think they'll do it at Arsenal's expense.
Prediction: Tottenham win