SPURS can't wait to move back home but today they should be able to enjoy the cavernous surroundings of Wembley.
The north London derby pitches up at the national stadium and it promises to be a cracker.
Spurs maintained their push for a Champions League place last week with a thrilling draw at Liverpool while Arsenal, with new boys Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang starring, blew away Arsenal 5-1.
Mauricio Pochettini's side play well against top-six sides at home and are quite rightly favouirtes at 21-20 with Betway.
The last two derbies have finished 2-0 to the home team but prior to that both had scored in the last six and I'm going for goals again.
Mkhitaryan, Aubayemang and Mesut Ozil can give the Spurs' backline problems but equally the Gunners' midfield could be overpowered and that should lead to goals at both ends.
Both to score pays just 1-2 at Coral though to consider Spurs and over 2.5 goals at 13-8 with Ladbrokes.
In the live TV game tonight there should also be goals as Man City entertain Leicester. City will be keen to get back on track after dropping points at Burnley last week while their rivals could see Riyad Mahrez returning after his move to the Etihad fell through on deadline day.
The 3pm Premier League kick-offs look tough to call but I can see Stoke beating Brighton at 5-4 with Betway.
Paul Lambert suffered his first defeat at Bournemouth last week but Stoke were the better team and are unbeaten in 16 against Brighton.
In the Championship there's no stopping Wolves who are 11 points clear at the top. They shouldn't have too many problems at home to QPR and are 1-2 at Betway.
Bristol City are clinging on to the final play-offs spot after losing at Bolton but should bounce back at home to sorry Sunderland.
Chris Coleman's visitors have lost five out of six and I'm on City at 4-6 with McBookie.
I also like Ipswich who are 10-11 at betfair at home to basement boys Burton.
In League One Wigan are flying high and should win at Southend but are no bigger than 8-11 with bet365.
Notts County were embarrassed by their 8-1 FA Cup defeat at Swansea in midweek but League Two is their bread an butter and should bounce back at bottom-of-the-table Barnet. County are 21-20 with Ladbrokes to beat side that's taken two points in 18.
- Spurs & over 2.5 goals
- Kane to score
- Man City & btts