Gareth Bale targeting winning against Arsenal
Gareth Bale targeting winning against Arsenal in the North London derby
London - Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal will face each other in the Premier League this weekend. Gareth Bale wins targeting to avenge the defeat suffered by Tottenham Hotspur in the first meeting last year. In the first meeting this season, Spurs have to go home with the defeat of the Emirates Stadium. The visitors had went ahead after Emmanuel Adebayor scored when the game has been running for 10 minutes. But eight minutes later, Adebayor red card after breaking Cazorla. Spurs finally had to lose 2-5 of rivals it.
This weekend, the two teams met again in the North London derby will be played at White Hart Lane on Sunday (03/03/2013). Gareth Bale wanted to fight this time ending victory for his team. It was a game we wanted to win. We started well in the last meeting, and expulsion (Adebayor) problem, we want to improve that score now and hopefully get the three points, ‘”said Gareth Bale told ESPN.
The win over West Ham United in last week lifted Spurs into the top three and four points ahead of Arsenal, who are fifth. Victory in this match will make the Lilywhites chance to survive in the top three more open. We face this match with full confidence, eyeing three points to push our hope to get into the Champions League. This (game) is great. We know how big this – not only for us but also for the fans, “said Gareth Bale, the player who has scored 15 goals in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal certainly would not have strengthened Bacary Sagna in the face Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby. Sagna, first choice Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to fill the back of his team right sector, still recovering from a knee injury that also kept him out of the game against Aston Villa before. Arsenal are also still waiting for the condition of Diaby who was experiencing problems in the calf. While Kieran Gibbs is also likely still will not appear. Abou is still doubtful. He was having a little problem on his calf problem.