How to watch Arsenal vs Tottenham live, stream link and start time Kick off: 7:30am ET, Saturday TV Channel: USA Network Online: Stream via NBCSports Key storylines Arteta’s Arsenal have been absolutely superb so far this season and they could easily be perfect as they lost at Manchester United but dominated the majority of the only game where they’ve dropped points. There is a great balance to the Gunners with young attacking players flying all over the place — led by the incredible Jesus who has slotted in seamlessly — and a solid defense with Partey and Xhaka very important in the holding midfield roles. Arteta knows that a big win against Spurs will give his young side further confidence as they aim for a top four finish, and maybe more, this season. Conte’s Spurs have been workmanlike so far and Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and Richarlison are all among the goals and are popping up at key moments when they’re needed. Defensively Spurs look solid in their 3-4-3 formation and you always fancy them to grab at least a few goals. Tottenham are seen as many as title contenders this season and a win at their bitter rivals will see that feeling grow. In-form players to keep an eye on Gabriel Jesus continues to lead the line superbly for Arsenal and he is bringing their entire attacking unit to life. Granit Xhaka has also been incredibly important and was excellent away at Brentford before the international break as he wore the captain’s armband once again and Arsenal’s fans were full of praise for the Swiss international midfielder. Son has finally found his scoring boots and bagged a hat trick off the bench in Spurs’ demolition of Leicester City and he looked very good for South Korea over the international break. Eric Dier and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg have barely put a foot wrong and are a big reason why Spurs remain unbeaten this season and look so robust. Harry Kane loves a north London derby and he always seems to take his game to a new level when this game rolls around. Arsenal team news, injuries, lineup options Emile Smith Rowe is out until December after undergoing surgery on a groin injury, while Reiss Nelson and Mohamed Elneny remain out. Kieran Tierney, Thomas Partey, Cedric Soares and Oleksandr Zinchenko are all battling to be fit to feature. If Partey is out, Albert Sambi Lokonga is likely to come in and partner Granit Xhaka in central midfield or perhaps Odegaard could slot back into a deeper role and Fabio Vieira may play in the No. 10 role after his fine goal at Brentford? Tottenham team news, injuries, lineup options The main injury concern for Spurs is Dejan Kulusevski after he suffered an injury while on international duty with Sweden. Hugo Lloris and Ben Davies have had thigh and knee injuries respectively and will be battling to be fit, while Lucas Moura is definitely out as he continues to work his way back from a calf injury. Spurs will need to pick themselves up after that. Maybe work on a system than involves defending their right-hand side. 7d ago 15.28 BST Players are signing autographs for fans, which is nice to see. Updated at 15.30 BST 7d ago 15.28 BST Kim Little: “We turned up today and did everything we planned. We put on a show and I hope the fans enjoyed it. “The atmosphere makes a difference. “We’ve started really well, especially in the league. We need to keep improving and we need to do that to try and stay ahead of the game.” 7d ago 15.25 BST Beth Mead: “Still enjoying my football. I think we played really well today; we were patient and compact. “The fans being here give us such an energy. Hopefully this is just the beginning. “I’ve never experienced [a standing ovation] before. “I still feel like I am on cloud nine. I don’t think it will sink in for a long time.” 7d ago 15.23 BST Arsenal’s players are doing a lap of honour. Arsenal fans applaud their players following their victory. Arsenal fans applaud their players following their victory. Photograph: Naomi Baker/The FA/Getty Images Updated at 15.49 BST 7d ago 15.19 BST Full-time: Arsenal 4-0 Tottenham What a great day for the Women’s Super League thanks to the record-breaking 47,367 inside the Emirates for Arsenal’s north London derby win over Tottenham. Arsenal were dominant from start to finish as they proved their superiority thanks to two goals from Miedema, with Mead and Rafaelle getting the others. 7d ago 15.16 BST 90 mins: Karczewska shoots from 30 yards but it goes well over. Three minutes added on. 7d ago 15.15 BST 89 mins: The fans are streaming out to beat the traffic/queues at the various stations in the vicinity. 7d ago 15.14 BST 87 mins: Wubben-Moy and Maanum on for Little and Rafaelle for Arsenal. 7d ago 15.11 BST 85 mins: Not a single Spurs player has her shirt tucked in, I assume as they need to promote whatever sponsor is on the base of the spine. 7d ago 15.09 BST 83 mins: Nobbs breaks away into space but does not have the pace to take it forward, allowing Spurs to get back in numbers and intercept a cross.