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Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Arsenal Women face arch rivals Tottenham Women in the Women's Super League on Sunday.

Ticket sales have surpassed 58,000 for the highly-anticipated North London derby, with the match set to take place at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal bounced back from their disappointing defeat to West Ham by beating Manchester United to keep their title hopes alive.

And Jonas Eidevall's side will be looking for revenge after losing to Tottenham in the reverse fixture, with Martha Thomas' second half goal securing Spurs' first-ever victory over Arsenal in December.

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women

Women's Super League

How to watch Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women and TV channel

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women will be broadcast live in the UK on BBC Two and will be available to stream via BBC iPlayer.

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women kick-off time, date and venue

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women will be played at the Emirates Stadium in London and kick-off is at 12:30 GMT on Sunday 3rd March 2024.

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Arsenal have won three of their last five league fixtures, suffering defeats against West Ham and Tottenham.

Spurs have failed to build on their North London derby triumph, winning just one of their subsequent four league matches.

Tottenham will be hoping Arsenal ace Vivianne Miedema is unavailable, with the Dutch international scoring eight goals in her last seven appearances in this contest.

Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women head-to-head record (H2H)

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Arsenal Women v Tottenham Women team news

Arsenal Women team news

Arsenal have a catalogue of injury issues to contend with; Leah Williamson, Vivianne Miedema and Victoria Pelova are all doubts.

Emily Fox, Sabrina D'Angelo and Cloe Lacasse are all away on international duty, while Teyah Goldie, Laura Weinroither and Kaylan Marckese remain out with ACL injuries.

Tottenham Women team news

Robert Vilahamn expects to have a fully fit squad to choose from ahead of the clash.

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