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“Tasty game”: Gary Neville predicts the winner in Tottenham vs Arsenal

Gary Neville commentating for Sky Sports before the Sky Bet League Two match between Bolton Wanderers and Salford City at the University of Bolton Stadium on November 13, 2020 in Bolton, England. Sporting stadiums around the UK remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus)

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Gary Neville has predicted the winner in the upcoming match between Tottenham and Arsenal.

The two sides are set to face each other in the Premier League on Thursday. Both teams are now competing for the league top-four spot, so they will be hoping to have a successful result in the midweek.

Ahead of the clash, Neville has shared his thoughts. Former Manchester United captain believes Antonio Conte’s side will beat the Gunners.

“I think it will be a really tasty game on Thursday night, not just because of the fact it’s a north London derby and they’re playing for Champions League places,” Neville said on his Sky Sports podcast.

“But the way in which this game was called off earlier in the year – even I wasn’t too happy with that!

“I wasn’t comfortable with it, I was doing the game, I was coming down on the Saturday and I just felt that it… wasn’t great. So there will be a little bit of needle, there is anyway so we don’t need to talk that up.

“Look, it’s Arsenal’s to lose but Tottenham on Thursday night, that will be hard for Arsenal. If they come out of there with a draw or a victory they’ll have done very well with the feeling that will be in that stadium against them.

“It’s a big game, I’m looking forward to it. I fancy Tottenham on Thursday night. I thought they were brilliant at Anfield, I thought it was a really good performance because Liverpool are one of the very, very best.”

Source: The Sport Review 

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