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Robbie Keane, Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham 0-0 Arsenal: Robbie Keane, who has never won a Premier League derby against the Gunners, is captain on his Spurs return

Emmanuel Adebayor, Arsenal

The pressure mounts on Arsenal, six points shy of fourth place, as a breathless first half takes its toll on Emmanuel Adebayor's hamstring

Luca Modric, Tottenham Hotspur; Emmanuel Eboue, Arsenal

The frantic half concludes with Emmanuel Eboue, who also had a goal disallowed, picking up a petulent second yellow card

Kolo Toure, Bacary Sagna, Emmanuel Eboue, Arsenal

Despite the loss of Adebayor and Eboue, the visitors stick with two up front, though neither Eduardo or Andrey Arshavin are brought on

Gael Clichy, Arsene Wenger, Arsenal

Spurs have an extra man but less invention throughout the second half, though Arsenal also lose Gael Clichy to a nasty head wound

Andrey Arshavin, Eduardo, Arsenal

Arshavin, without a competitive game since November, and Eduardo, returning from his broken leg a year ago, remain on Arsenal's bench

Rio Ferdinand, Manchester United; David Di Michele, West Ham United

West Ham United v Manchester United: Rio Ferdinand returns to Upton Park as the champions look to improve their form in the capital

Carlton Cole, West Ham United; Nemanja Vidic, Manchester United

Carlton Cole may be in this week's England squad but Nemanja Vidic's defence has yet to conceed to an Englishman this season

Dimitar Berbatov, Manchester United; Mark Noble, West Ham United

The first half has more industry than chances, with the Hammers demonstrating a growing defensive zeal under Gianfranco Zola

Fabio Capello

England manager Fabio Capello is in attendance, hoping for more inspiration than at Saturday's 0-0 between Chelsea and Hull

Edwin van der Sar

Edwin van der Sar, recently setting an English record, is closing in on a variety of British league records for minutes without conceeding

Ryan Giggs, Dimitar Berbatov, Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Manchester United

Ryan Giggs beats two West Ham defenders before scoring the game's only goal, only the Red Devils' second win in 10 games in London



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Barclays Premier League Table
01 February 2010 22:00
    P GD PTS
1 Chelsea 23 38 54
2 Man Utd 24 36 53
3 Arsenal 24 32 49
4 Tottenham 24 20 42

5 Liverpool 24 16 41

6 Man City 22 14 41
7 Aston Villa 23 13 40
8 Birmingham 23 -1 34
9 Everton 23 -1 32
10 Blackburn 24 -15 28
11 Fulham 23 -2 27
12 Stoke 22 -7 26
13 Sunderland 23 -10 24
14 Wigan 22 -23 22
15 West Ham 23 -9 21
16 Bolton 22 -15 21
17 Wolverhampton 23 -21 21

18 Burnley 23 -23 20
19 Hull 23 -26 20
20 Portsmouth 22 -16 15

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