Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal resume their rivalry at Wembley Stadium on Saturday when the two teams clash in the Premier League.
Spurs come into the game following two straight defeats to Burnley and Chelsea and know that victory for the Gunners will see them move just a point behind Mauricio Pochettino's men in the table.
The Gunners head into the match on a run of three straight league wins and hit five past Bournemouth on Wednesday.
Arsenal will be hoping to do the league double over their local rivals having already beaten them 4-2 at the Emirates Stadium in December.
"It's a big motivation, but we were speaking to the players about it," he said. "We need to take the opportunity today, and after that we can have a great opportunity on Saturday. They are still ahead of us in the table, and it's difficult to win there, but it's a good test."
The Arsenal boss has decisions to make over his starting XI after both Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Mesut Ozil starred against Bournemouth: