Follow all the action as Arsenal face bitter rivals Tottenham in a huge North London Derby at the Emirates this afternoon. Both sides are unbeaten in the Premier League so far this season, setting up this clash to be one to remember.  The Gunners head into the derby off the back of a win away at Everton while Spurs scored two goals deep into 10 minutes of added time to claim three points against Sheffield United.  Mikel Arteta’s side will be hoping to build on their victory as they aim to make it three consecutive wins against their enemy. However, it will be a tough task as Ange Postecoglou has reinstalled positivity to the Lilywhites, with the fans and players strongly connected for the first time in years. Live updates: talkSPORT website stream HERE, via the app HEREMatch being broadcast on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier LeagueArsenal: Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Rice, Odegaard, Vieira; Saka, Nketiah, JesusSubs: Ramsdale, Smith Rowe, Kiwior, Cedric, Tomiyasu, Jorginho, Nelson, Elneny, HavertzTottenham: Vicario; Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Udogie; Sarr, Bissouma, Maddison; Kulusevski, Johnson, SonSubs: Forster, Skipp, Hojbjerg, Richarlison, Royal, Dier, Solomon, Davies, Veliz FOLLOW OUR LIVE MATCH BLOG BELOW FOR REGULAR UPDATES…

Declan Rice taken off against Tottenham as Arsenal injury woes continue

Arsenal have been dealt another potential injury blow. Summer signing Declan Rice was withdrawn at half-time in the north London derby, being replaced by Jorginho. Rice played the first 45 minutes of the tense tieGetty But the Gunners had to carry on without the midfielder in the second halfPremier League Gunners fans’ fears were confirmed as they saw Rice reappear on the bench with a bandage around his calf, as per Sky Sports. Gabriel Martinelli and Leandro Trossard also missed the clash against fierce rivals Tottenham due to injury, too. More will follow. For the latest on this and other breaking news stories, listen to talkSPORT

Mohamed Salah breaks Premier League record as Liverpool star scores penalty against West Ham

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 24: (THE SUN OUT. THE SUN ON SUNDAY OUT) Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and West Ham United at Anfield on September 24, 2023 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)Getty Mohamed Salah’s goal against West Ham saw him break another Premier League record. The Reds star won his side a penalty after being brought down in the box by Nayef Aguerd. He then converted from the spot, breaking another Premier League recordGetty Salah got on the end of a brilliant cross from Diaz, but was fouled by AguerdPremier League Sending Salah tumbling to the turfPremier League Salah ran onto Luis Diaz’s cross, that originally evaded Darwin Nunez, with the Egyptian King taking a touch before bursting towards goals. But the Liverpool talisman’s move was cut out by West Ham’s centre-back, who failed to win the ball as he tried to stop Salah in his tracks and caught the winger on his way through. “It’s as clear cut a penalty as you’ll see all season,” talkSPORT’s reporter for the game Matt Jones said. Salah proceeded to convert from the spot, sending West Ham’s Alphonse Areola the wrong way as he smashed the ball into the net. As a result, he’s now the first player in Premier League history to score or assist in 12 consecutive games twice. He first achieved the feat from August to December 2021 and his current run started in April this year. The Hammers found themselves on level terms before half-time, with Jarrod Bowen firing the ball onto the post and in with a diving header. talkSPORT football match centre Keep up-to-date with all the latest Liverpool fixtures and results and live Premier League standings in our new match centre. Liverpool fixtures for 2023/24 Liverpool results for 2023/24 Premier League fixtures and results Live Premier League table

West Ham one of three Premier League clubs eyeing up shock loan move for Ousmane Dembele

Ousmane Dembele is being monitored by three Premier League clubs ahead of the January transfer window. The forward signed for Paris Saint-Germain this summer for £50m, but has failed to register any goal contributions despite playing all five of the Ligue 1 champions’ games since he arrived. Dembele arrived at PSG just over a month ago, but he’s already on other clubs’ radarsGetty Some PSG fans have called for Dembele to be dropped following his slow start. As a result, a host of Premier League sides are eyeing up a potential loan swoop for the 26-year-old, according to The Mirror. Despite West Ham having a strong start to the season and their attacking threat being nicely boosted by summer signing James Ward-Prowse, the Hammers are one of the club’s interested in Dembele. North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are also both keen on the France international. The Gunners recruited well this summer but failed to bolster their attacking options and would benefit from cover for Bukayo Saka. Tottenham did not replace the club’s all-time record scorer Harry Kane, who left for Bayern Munich this summer, opting to land Brennan Johnson, a winger, instead. But despite the interest from England’s top flight and Dembele yet to get off the mark, PSG’s manager Luis Enrique has confidence his striker can find form. “If I were a supporter of a team, I would pay to see Ousmane Dembele,” Enrique said ahead of PSG’s game against Marseille. “He’s a totally different player. He is unpredictable, overflows, [and] works magic. Both Arsenal and Tottenham have been linked to Dembele previouslyGetty “It’s true that he may have missed things and didn’t score his first goal, but the day that happens, I’m sure he’ll score a lot later. This happens to all attackers. “It’s wonderful for a coach to have a player of this quality and level available.” Dembele netted 40 goals and registered 43 assists in 185 appearances for Barcelona before his move to Paris this summer. He’s also earned 39 caps for France since 2016, scoring four in that time. The new talkSPORT match centre Keep up-to-date with all the latest football fixtures, results and standings in our new match centre. Premier League fixtures Premier League table All fixtures and results All league tables

Reece James posts injury update on Instagram and hints Chelsea return is coming ‘real soon’

Chelsea captain Reece James has kept fans posted with his journey to recovery with a positive update on his Instagram. The right-back has made just one appearance for the Blues this season as a result of a hamstring injury. James has played just 76 minutes for Chelsea this seasonGetty A return from injury could be on the cards soon though@reecejames Instagram It was sustained after their 1-1 draw against Liverpool on the opening weekend of the Premier League campaign. January signing Malo Gusto has been playing in his absence and done so to a solid standard during his first full season. James was named club captain during the summer, but Ben Chilwell and Conor Gallagher have taken the armband whilst he recovers. Chelsea have struggled with numerous injuries in recent weeks, however James could be set for a return to the side very soon. Taking to his Instagram story, he posted a picture of him on the exercise bike as he looks to get back on the pitch very soon. In another post ahead of their clash against Aston Villa, he said: “Happy Sunday p.s I’ll be back real soon.” James has struggled with fitness since making his breakthrough into the Chelsea first-team in 2019. He missed 20 games during the 2021/22 campaign and a further 25 last season, with knee and hamstring injuries blighting his game time. Fans will be delighted to see James back in the side@reecejames Instagram He was in attendance for Chelsea’s game against Villa The 23-year-old has not been the only notable absence from the Blues this season though as they are yet to have a fully fit squad. Wesley Fofana is sidelined for a number of months due to an ACL injury and summer signing Christopher Nkunku is out of action with his own knee knock. Fellow new arrival Romeo Lavia is yet to play for the club and is currently recovering from an ankle injury. However, Blues fans have been offered some positive news as Armando Broja made his return to the side by being named on the bench for the visit of Villa on Sunday. talkSPORT football match centre Keep up-to-date with all the latest Chelsea fixtures and results and live Premier League standings in our new match centre. Chelsea fixtures for 2023/24 Chelsea results for 2023/24 Premier League fixtures and results Live Premier League table

Bukayo Saka trolls James Maddison with darts celebration – but Tottenham star gets revenge with assist

He proceeded to pull out Maddison's dart-throwing celebration Arsenal star Bukayo Saka was quick to troll James Maddison after the Gunners struck first in the north London derby. The England international’s curled strike was inadvertently diverted into his own net by Cristian Romero. GettyArsenal scored first in the derby through Saka’s deflected effort[/caption] He proceeded to pull out Maddison’s dart-throwing celebration And Saka was quick to poke fun at his Three Lions teammate Maddison by performing his dart-throwing celebration. The 22-year-old ran to the corner flag before reenacting a darts throw – which Maddison often does after scoring. The ex-Leicester midfielder performed the celebration following his goal against Bournemouth earlier in the season. Last season, Saka trolled Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford by pulling off his celebration in Arsenal’s 3-2 win at the Emirates. It looked as though Arsenal would run away with the half, but missed a handful of chances – and were made to pay. And it was Maddison that created the equaliser as he set up Heung-min Son to level up the game at 1-1 in the 42nd minute. Getting his revenge on Saka, the former Norwich playmaker spun the youngster by the byline as he glided past the winger before darting into the box. He then cut the ball back for Tottenham skipper Son, who expertly tucked his shot home from close range in off the far post. GettyMaddison often pulls out the darts celebration after scoring[/caption] Commenting on Spurs’ equaliser on talkSPORT commentary, Arsenal legend Perry Groves said: “James Maddison hadn’t really been involved in the game. “He’s been dropping deeper, trying to get himself on the ball. “But when he gets involved in and around the 18-yard box, you know there’s going to be trouble. “And Bukayo Saka, he actually did well, because as the ball drops out of the air, Maddison is actually facing his own goal. “But he spins Bukayo Saka, gets around him, gets to the byline, gets his head up, pulls it back, and as all good centre-forwards should do, Son makes a diagonal run across the near post and just guides it with his left foot past David Raya to put Spurs back in the game at 1-1.” talkSPORT football match centre Keep up-to-date with all the latest Arsenal fixtures and results and live Premier League standings in our new match centre. Arsenal fixtures for 2023/24 Arsenal results for 2023/24 Premier League fixtures and results Live Premier League table