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The battle for North London

Jim White, Simon Jordan and Martin Keown looked ahead to a big weekend in the Premier League with the North London derby set to turn heads this Sunday. Martin gives his take on who should start in goal for the Gunners, whilst the Spurs representation came in the form of former Tottenham midfielder Sandro joining the guys in studio. Plus, 20 years on from the Battle of Old Trafford, has Martin forgiven Ruud van Nistelrooy...?

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