What could have been a humiliating defeat for our friends up the Seven Sisters Road tonight now has added spice following the appointment of Harry Redknapp in place of Juande Ramos.
New managers often galvanise struggling teams and I suspect Gooner Redknapp will have his side better organised than they have been for a while.
If Ledley King and Jonathan Woodgate play, it's going to make it an interesting night for our boys, but I still expect us to win handsomely.
It's a tough call between Manu Eboue and Bacary Sagna in defence - I'm minded to keep the status quo and retain Eboue. We're at home and he offers more offensively than Sagna and is in good form.
Despite Nic Bendtner's impressive second half against West Ham, I don't think Wenger will be able to resist restoring Manu Adebayor to the side and partner RVP.
I actually can't see Le Boss making any other changes, unless he pushes Eboue forward and rests Theo Walcott but what would that do to the confidence of England's new hero?
It would be nice to see Abou Diaby restored to the side - he offers huge creativity, but perhaps making an impact rom the bench is his best chance once again.
Share your thoughts on who will start the game against T*tt*nh*m, but just to prompt comment, here is my preferred team, versus the 11 I think Arsene will go for:
Addict Preference Wenger's Probable 11
Eboue Gallas Silvestre Clichy Sagna Toure Gallas Clichy
Walcott Fabregas Song Nasri Walcott Fabregas Song Nasri
Adebayor van Persie Adebayor van Persie