The 187th North London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal will be unlike any other, with no fans allowed in to watch.
Sunday's clash will see an unbeaten-in-five Gunners go to a Spurs side who failed to register a single shot on target in Thursday's lacklustre draw away at Bournemouth.
Since the reverse fixture at the Emirates in September, both sides have changed their manager; Mikel Arteta has taken over from Unai Emery at Arsenal and Mauricio Pochettino being sacked by Spurs and being replaced by Jose Mourinho.
That match in September saw Spurs take a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from now-departed Christian Eriksen and talisman Harry Kane, before Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored for the Gunners to secure a 2-2 draw.
The North London derby is the standout fixture on Sunday.
It's the third of four games being played that day, getting underway at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 4.30pm.
The day's other matches see Wolves host Everton at 12pm, Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace at 2.15pm and Champions League-chasing Leicester entertain relegation-threatened Bournemouth at 7pm.
Sky Sports is showing the North London derby, along with all four of Sunday's Premier League fixtures.
Coverage for Arsenal's trip to Spurs will simultaneously on Sky Sports' Main Event and Premier League channels at 4.15pm, with added crowd noise on the former.
Those who want to watch all four games back-to-back can do so, with coverage starting at 11.30am and running through until 10pm on both channels.
The derby is not being shown on free-to-air TV, so fans will have to pay. Those who do can stream it through their Sky Go or Now TV apps.
Wolves vs Everton (12pm) and Leicester vs Bournemouth (7pm) are being made available for free, both being shown on Pick.
This is one of the most evenly matched North London derbies of recent seasons, and the bookies can barely split them with the draw at 12/5 with thepools.com looking tempting.
If you fancy the home team, Harry Kane is almost certain to be an influential factor and thepools.com offer 5/2 on Jose Mourinho's men to win and the England captain to score at any time.
Odds courtesy of thepools.com.
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