Arsenal are set to smash the Women’s Super League attendance file of their North London derby in opposition to Tottenham on Saturday.
The present file is slightly below 39,000, set at a NLD in 2019, however the Gunners have mentioned they’ve offered over 45,000 tickets for the blockbuster occasion. Ticket gross sales throughout the league have skyrocketed following England’s profitable Euros summer season.
Arsenal boss Jonas Eidevall mentioned of doubtless breaking the file: “You can really feel the excitement around the game at the moment so it’s amazing to see that translate into a record-breaking attendance – now it’s our job to repay that enthusiasm with a big performance in this crucial clash for our supporters.”
The Gunners are joint prime of the WSL desk with Manchester United after one spherical and so a win in opposition to Spurs might take them clear.
But who’s lining up for the groups and the way can followers watch? Here’s all you’ll want to know.
When is it?
The match will happen on Saturday, 24 September at 1.30pm BST on the Emirates.
How can I watch?
The recreation can be dwell on BBC One and it will also be streamed on the BBC iPlayer.
For Arsenal Teyah Goldie is out with an ACL harm, other than the participant the Gunners have a completely match squad.
Tottenham are in an identical place with a completely match squad, recording no new accidents from their win over Leicester City within the first spherical.
Arsenal: Zinsberger; Martiz, Williamson, Rafaelle, Catley; Walti, Little; Mead, Miedema, McCabe; Blackstenius.
Tottenham: Spencer; Turner, Bartip, Zadorsky; Ale, James, Spence, Neville; Naz, Summanen, Ayane.
Arsenal are at residence and with an enormous crowd behind them however they do face a tricky opposition in Tottenham, arguably those to observe – together with Liverpool – after spherical one. The Gunners ought to simply pip their rivals although. Arsenal 2-1 Tottenham.