1 - The obvious, a far superior squad, regardless of what Robbie Keane says, and regardless of what the man's been smoking in order to come out with such a statement - I wouldn't swap the two sets of players in a million years. Wednesday night proved that point. 2 - Games against Alkmaar and West Ham won't have gone forgotten by the players or the manager, the players overall have looked hungry this year - last year they possibly could have fallen further and dwell on poor results, not this year. Two defeats in Manchester reinvigorated the team and those late goals against those sides will too. A wounded animal, and we will bite. 3 - When was the last time they beat us in the league? Can't remember? Yeah, me neither.4 - We may have goalkeeping problems, but overall Mannone hasn't done all that bad - Gomes has made more shocking howlers and I wouldn't bet against that happening tomorrow. However I have a feeling Almunia will be recalled, and to be honest, it's time.5 - 4-4! - Last season's sickener will have remained in the back of each of the entire Arsenal staff's minds, and as said before, I see us flying at them in a wave of red from the offset. We were technically superior that day, and we still are, except this time the scoreline will show it once and for all. No late mistakes at the back, and I can see us tearing them apart. 6 - Spurs players and their fans are well renowned for opening their mouths time and time again, before every season even kicks off by insanely predicting 'THIS WILL BE THE YEAR WE FINISH ABOVE ARSENAL AND CLAIM OUR TOP 4 SPOT', yet every year it's the same outcome - We shut them up. 7 - Bentley's playing. 8 - Arshavin's first North London derby, and will be going all out to make an impact no doubt. I sense a big game from him. 9 - 60,000 fans who havent forgotten last year, and will roar the team to victory. 10 - Arsenal are going for the title, Tottenham are dreaming of a top 4 finish, more at stake for the Gunners. It's a match we simply have to win, and we will. I don't always agree with what our Chairman Hill Wood says, but stating Spurs aren't even our rivals is only telling the truth. They've had a good start to the season, but tomorrow there is no doubt, we will be their worst nightmare.