March 17 2014 Latest news:
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was delighted with the resilience his side showed in the 1-0 win at Tottenham.
Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood felt his side deserved to beat Arsenal in the north London derby.
Premier League: Tottenham 0 Arsenal 1
The FA will examine Chris Foy’s match report before deciding whether to charge Jose Mourinho or any of those involved in the injury time melee during Chelsea’s defeat to Aston Villa.
Arsenal beat Tottenham by a goal to nil thanks to Tomas Rosicky’s fine strike.
Jose Mourinho hit out at referee Chris Foy’s decision to send him off during Chelsea’s ill-tempered defeat to Aston Villa.
Tim Sherwood is intent on ending Tottenham’s “dark spell” by securing north London bragging rights this weekend.
Kyle Walker is on the bench for Tottenham’s game with Arsenal because of a groin injury.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has warned his players there will be further twists and turns before their destiny is decided.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis paid tribute to his side’s work rate after their 0-0 draw at Sunderland.
Fulham manager Felix Magath believes the 1-0 victory over Newcastle has given the whole club the belief that they can escape relegation from the Premier League.
Orient manager Russell Slade admitted automatic promotion would be a “tough ask” after yesterday’s 1-0 to Brentford - but he refused to give up the dream.
Mark Warburton was delighted with the way his Brentford players responded to the big match atmosphere as they defeated Leyton Orient in a crucial London derby.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway was delighted with the impact Fred Onyedinma made on his first senior start for the Lions in their 0-0 draw Charlton.
Charlton are still actively trying to bring in players to bolster their squad ahead of the run-in, head coach Jose Riga has confirmed.
Arsenal forward Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain insists that nothing worries him on the football pitch, although he is wary of snakes and spiders.
Arsenal legend David Seaman believes that Arsene Wenger needs to end the Gunners’ trophy drought if they are to kick on.
Tottenham legend Micky Hazard has defended Spurs head coach Tim Sherwood by insisting that it is not his squad.