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  1. Eintracht Frankfurt v Tottenham: Team newspublished at 14:59 4 October

    Tottenham will again be without Dejan Kulusevski as the winger continues his recovery from a hamstring injury picked up on international duty with Sweden.

    Forward Lucas Moura is also still sidelined, but defender Ben Davies is fit to return to the squad after recovering from a knee injury.

    With Moura and Kulusevski ruled out, Spurs boss Antonio Conte could give forward Bryan Gil a first appearance of the season.

    When asked about the severity of Kulusevski's injury, the Spurs boss admitted he was unsure when the 22-year-old will return.

    "I don't know the timing," said the Italian. "The doctors are not finding the right solution. I am not optimistic, I am pessimistic about this situation."

    Predict the Spurs line-up

  2. 'Conte struggling to beat the Spurs board'published at 12:32 4 October

    Matt Burns, The Boy Hotspur, external

    Tottenham’s defeat in the north London derby was not so much the sum of all fears, but the confirmation of all concerns.

    The Premier League table continues to portray Spurs as being a credible top-four bet, but for anyone who’s watched us play this season, the reality is far less encouraging.

    On Saturday, Arsenal were the superior side in every respect. Antonio Conte left the Emirates without a single crumb of comfort.

    The Italian’s wing-back strategy lies in tatters. Sergio Reguilon has been loaned out to Atletico Madrid - where, incidentally, the boy has yet to make a first-team start.

    Emerson Royal has been no better, perhaps reflecting how little Barcelona paid Real Betis for him just a few months before they pretty much tripled their investment.

    As far as Conte’s midfield is concerned, the absence of creativity has turned Tottenham into a predictable, one-trick pony.

    This is Tottenham’s third coach in a row to have opted for an unappealing, low-block strategy, which is made all the more confusing by the number of transfer windows that have been and gone.

    It’s almost as if the Spurs board are focused on what fits their spreadsheet best.

  3. This week's live football commentariespublished at 10:58 4 October

    The Champions League returns this week and there is plenty of Premier League to look forward to at the weekend. BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra will have you covered.

    Tuesday, 4 October

    • Liverpool v Rangers (20:00)

    Wednesday, 5 October

    • Chelsea v A.C. Milan (20:00)

    Saturday, 8 October

    • Chelsea v Wolves (15:00)

    • Brighton v Tottenham (17:30)

    Sunday, 9 October

    • West Ham v Fulham (14:00)

    • Crystal Palace v Leeds (14:00 - Sports Extra)

    • Arsenal v Liverpool (16:30)

    All times are BST

  4. 'I'm not stupid, I don't want to lose' - Conte urges fans to trust his selectionspublished at 19:53 3 October

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    Antonio Conte said he will only ever pick his best team and urged Tottenham fans to trust his judgement on Djed Spence.

    The England Under-21 joined the club in the summer, but has only played one minute so far this season.

    When asked about the right-back, Conte said: "The fans have to be fans. I understand they can think everything, but I see every day what happens during the training session.

    "I try to do the best for the team. If they trust me, then they trust me - but the choices are mine. If I didn't decide to pick one player, it's maybe because he's not ready.

    "We are talking about a young player with a good prospect. But, I repeat, I try to pick the best team."

    He went on to mention Matt Doherty, adding: "Also, Doherty played every game last season. Now I’m not seeing him in the right way to start the game.

    "I'm not stupid, I don't want to lose."

  5. Conte on Kulusevski, derby defeat and team selectionspublished at 19:19 3 October

    Antonio Conte has been speaking to the media before Tuesday's Champions League game against Eintracht Frankfurt

    Here are the key lines from the Tottenham boss:

    • There are no fresh injury concerns. Ben Davies will be on the bench, but Dejan Kulusevski and Lucas Moura are still out.

    • In their absence, Conte said: "Bryan Gil is in the squad and, for sure, he is the first option for our attack."

    • On Kulusevski, Conte said: "Honestly, I don't know the timing to recover. I hope to recover quickly, but I don't know."

    • The Italian admitted Spurs "made really bad mistakes" in Saturday's north London derby defeat at Arsenal.

    • Conte defended his style of play and added: "In England, many times teams concede six, seven goals. In my career it never happens. I can teach football to many people."

    • He urged fans to trust him with his team selections: "If I decide not to pick a player it means maybe they're not ready."

  6. Eintracht Frankfurt v Tottenham: The pick of the statspublished at 17:07 3 October

    • This is the first European meeting between Eintracht Frankfurt and Tottenham since the quarter-finals of the 1981-82 Cup Winners’ Cup, with Spurs winning 3-2 on aggregate.

    • Tottenham have lost their past four Champions League matches against German opposition by an aggregate score of 14-3, losing twice to Bayern Munich (7-2 and 3-1) and twice to RB Leipzig (1-0 and 3-0).

    • Spurs have lost four of their past five Champions League matches, as many as in their previous 16 (W9 D3 L4). They’ve also lost their past three away games in the competition, against Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig in 2019-20 and Sporting Lisbon in their most recent outing.

    • Tottenham failed to score against Sporting on matchday two (2-0 defeat) - only once before have they gone consecutive games in the group stage of the Champions League without finding the net – between October and November 2016 under Mauricio Pochettino, in back-to-back games versus Bayer Leverkusen.

    • Son Heung-min could make his 50th Champions League appearance and would become only the second Asian player to reach a half-century of games in the competition, after Park Ji-sung (54).

  7. Your thoughts on Arsenal's derby winpublished at 12:32 3 October

    We asked for your post-match reaction after Saturday's north London derby.

    Here are some of your thoughts:

    Arsenal fans

    Matt: Fantastic result against our biggest rivals. Almost certainly cements our credentials as top-four contenders. Still a bit wary on going as far as title challengers yet, but the next few matches before the World Cup break should really tell us where we're heading this season.

    Karo: Great performance and showed strong characters and resilience. Still need to work on defensive side to avoid giving up cheap penalties and conceding goals. The work rate, hunger and energy is outstanding.

    Tanay: A dominant team performance that has started to fuel the fans for the season ahead! Also a moment to remember for Xhaka. I can't wait to see this team play against the likes of City and Liverpool.

    Tottenham fans

    Harry: I think we were outplayed. Arsenal turned up knowing it was a derby, we went into half-heartedly. A few mistakes cost us, but we know how good Arsenal are and continue to learn and improve under Conte.

    Tom: We didn't get going. Emerson's red card was annoying. Not just because it felt like a yellow card in a competitive derby, but it may obfuscate the poor performance of Lloris for the second and third goals. For a while now he has shown a propensity for these lapses in concentration that cost us points.

    Ian: I can't understand why we have to play on the break in every game. Why can't we just attack teams as that's where our best players are? We don't look good trying to defend every game, which invites teams onto our defence. We need to change and quick.

  8. Analysis: Arsenal 3-1 Spurspublished at 07:33 3 October

    Phil McNulty, Chief football writer at Emirates Stadium

    Spurs may argue over the merits of Emerson Royal's red card but it was a poor challenge in a position where he actually had no need to engage with Gabriel Martinelli. Antonio Conte was instantly infuriated by the challenge itself although he was clearly not expecting the punishment that followed.

    Conte's side have not been pleasing on the eye this season but they have been digging out results until this first Premier League defeat of the campaign.

    Spurs had a spell of threat after Harry Kane's penalty, and indeed the game's first big chance when Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale blocked Richarlison, but they were lacklustre and dominated in all areas.

    There was no coming back after the sort of inexplicable mistake Hugo Lloris, for all his big reputation, can be guilty of committing, and Royal's red card only pushed any prospect of even a point further into the distance.

    Kane and Son Heung-min, who was later substituted along with Richarlison, could not get into the game.

    Spurs were well beaten long before the end, Conte cut a resigned figure in his technical area and this was another miserable north London derby away day for manager, player and supporters.

  9. Arsenal 3-1 Tottenham: What Conte saidpublished at 15:03 1 October

    Tottenham boss Antonio Conte speaking to BT Sport: "I think the first half was in the balance. We had many chances to score. We made a big mistake with the last pass because we had great space. In the second half we conceded a second goal early and we could do much better.

    "With the the red card, [went] the game. It was a really difficult game after that. We had to change totally then. It was the referee’s decision and I don’t want to comment.

    "We had the opportunity to exploit much better and stay up and I repeat that I think we made big mistakes in the last pass and with easy passes but it happens and straight after the national team it is a bit difficult because players arrive at a different time.

    "Now we have to move on but we know our role in this league and we have to try and do our best to stay close to the other teams at the top. I tried to give minutes to players because the game had ended and also to try and save energy.

    "I wanted to give players time especially [Oliver] Skipp and [Matt] Doherty because we need the whole squad because we have many games in front of us in a short period."

  10. Sutton's predictions: Arsenal v Tottenhampublished at 19:18 30 September

    Chris Sutton takes on Sports Team drummer Al Greenwood to pick his winners and losers for the weekend's Premier League games.

    Sutton's prediction: 3-2

    Arsenal have started the season so well, winning six out of seven league games. Their one defeat came at Manchester United, and they didn't deserve to lose there.

    Tottenham are only a point behind them, though. Yes, they have been slightly fortunate with some of their results, but that just shows they don't have to play well to win.

    Spurs also have Son Heung-min up and running after his hat-trick off the bench against Leicester before the international break. Son is in my fantasy team, so I was really angry when he was dropped - but then changed my mind when he came on. It was a masterclass from Antonio Conte to wait to bring him on.

    You could make a case for either team here, but my gut feeling is to go with Arsenal - and for there to be lots of goals.

    It's at Emirates Stadium, and I think the Gunners will take the game to Tottenham.

    Spurs like that, because they are at their very best on the counter-attack, but I think Arsenal will get at them.

    Al's prediction: Arsenal will be looking to replicate their women's performance against Spurs last weekend - and the result as well. I would back Mikel Arteta's side to win too, because although Tottenham are also doing well, their performances haven't always matched their results. 2-1

    Find out how Sutton and Greenwood think the rest of the weekend's fixtures will go and cast your votes here

  11. Arsenal v Tottenham: Team newspublished at 17:44 30 September

    Arsenal will monitor injury doubts Thomas Partey, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Takehiro Tomiyasu.

    Kieran Tierney is also uncertain following concussion protocol but may be available, while Martin Odegaard and Reiss Nelson are expected to be back in contention.

    Emile Smith Rowe is out until December after groin surgery, with Mohamed Elneny also a long-term absentee.

    Tottenham need to assess Dejan Kulusevski, who suffered a muscle issue while away with Sweden.

    Captain Hugo Lloris and defender Ben Davies are also doubts after missing international duty, while this game may come too soon for Lucas Moura.

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    Who do you think makes the Spurs line-up?