Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, left, and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger go head-to-head in the 183th north London derby on Saturday.
White Hart Lane, home to Tottenham, is sure to be rocking for the early kickoff time in the UK.
Wenger has come under more fire of late, on the back of a 3-2 loss at Manchester United and 2-1 loss to Swansea.
Arsenal fell behind early in the first half at Old Trafford last Sunday and was beaten by a young, largely inexperienced Manchester United side.
Things have been much brighter for Pochettino and Tottenham, despite a 1-0 loss to West Ham on Wednesday. Spurs are well placed to win a first league title since 1961.
Young midfielder Dele Alli has been one of the revelations of the Premier League season, providing a spark going forward.
Harry Kane continues to score goals, a season after he made his breakthrough in the Premier League.
Tottenham also has the stingiest defense in the division, with goalkeeper Hugo Lloris playing his part.
If Tottenham is to win Saturday, it may need to stop Mesut Ozil, who is closing in on the Premier League assist record.
Tottenham and Arsenal are vying with the league's biggest surprise package, Leicester City managed by Claudio Ranieri (seen parodied here) for top spot in the division.