Arsenal v Tottenham LIVE! WSL Match Stream, Latest Team News, Lineups, TV, Today Prediction

Records are set to drop as an early season derby in north London takes center stage in the Women’s Super League this afternoon. Over 52,000 tickets have been sold for a huge contest at the Emirates Stadium, with the WSL’s highest attendance record at 38,262, which was set when these two teams met at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2019 , about to be broken.

With today’s sales open until half-time, we could well see a new record for an England women’s domestic match, which has stood at 53,000 for some 102 years. This all points to more encouraging growth for the game following the Lionesses’ incredible triumph at the European Championship on home soil this summer.

On the pitch, Arsenal showed no hangover after missing the title by a single point on the final day of last season as they beat Brighton 4-0 in their delayed opener, although A 2-2 home draw with Ajax in midweek leaves them with work to do to reach the Champions League group stage. Tottenham finished fifth last season and opened their new campaign with a 2-1 victory at Leicester. Follow Arsenal vs Tottenham LIVE with the Standard Sport blog below!

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How to watch Arsenal vs Tottenham

TV channel: In the UK, today’s game is shown live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 1.15pm.

Direct: Fans can also watch the game play out live online via the BBC Sport website or iPlayer.

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Welcome to Arsenal vs Tottenham LIVE coverage

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of today’s record breaking derby in North London in the Women’s Super League.

The WSL attendance record is set to be shattered at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon with over 52,000 tickets sold for an intriguing early season clash between rivals who have both picked up decent wins to kick off a 2022 campaign /23 delayed by the death of Queen Elizabeth II. .

Kick-off for a historic game in N7 is at 1.30pm BST, so stay tuned for match build-up, team news, thoughts from both sides and live updates.

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