Arsenal v Tottenham who will get the most points from first six games

Just a single point separated these two bitter foes last season in the Premier League and the rivalry is as passionate as ever. Arsenal fans were absolutely desperate for Tottenham to fail in the Champions League final while the Spurs fans had fits of laughter following the thrashing that Arsenal took at the hands of Chelsea.

Add into the mix that these two will meet within their first six games and you can see why the respective fans will be desperate for their team to get the upper hand early on.

Here are their first six games and points predictions.

11/08/2019 Newcastle United A
A lot depends on how much money Newcastle spend but a draw looks strong here – 1pt

17/08/2019 Burnley H
The Gunners to collect all three points against the Clarets – 3pts

24/08/2019 Liverpool A
Cannot see anything other than a Liverpool win to be honest – 0pts

31/08/2019 Tottenham H
I have a sneaky feeling that Tottenham will prove to be too strong despite being away – 0pts

14/09/2019 Watford A
Arsenal was lucky to get the win lasts season at Vicarage road and I see this being a draw – 1pt

21/09/2019 Aston Villa H
They should beat the Villians fairly comfortably – 3pts

Total of 8 pts

10/08/2019 Aston Villa H
Spurs will get off to a flying start at their new Stadium – 3pts

17/08/2019 Manchester City A
I can see them getting a draw in this one – 1pt

24/08/2019 Newcastle United H
Another home game and another three points – 3pts

31/08/2019 Arsenal A
I believe Spurs are the better team and will beat the Gunners in their own backyard – 3pts

14/09/2019 Crystal Palace H
A third home win in a row – 3pts

21/09/2019 Leicester City A
Tricky game and they will be happy with a point

Total of 14pts

Tottenham to have a six-point advantage after the first six games is the prediction, however, if Arsenal beat Tottenham then they will be level but I just do not see that happening.


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Anthony Turner

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