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Alexis Sanchez back for sharp end of season, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger

Chilean star will return to the team for the match against Leicester City

Arsenal vs Leicester City: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to Tuesday’s Premier League clash at the Emirates

Alexis Sanchez has proved a wonderful signing for Arsenal and Arsène Wenger

Arsenal vs Leicester: Arsene Wenger pleased to have Alexis Sanchez back from injury after Gunners 'lacked physicality' in Spurs defeat

Sanchez has missed the last two games for Arsenal but will return from a hamstring injury in the Premier League encounter against Leicester on Tuesday

Six things we learnt from this weekend's Premier League

Six things we learnt this weekend: Harry Kane striker Spurs have been looking for, Manchester United lose their way, Nigel Pearson reprieve

Chelsea's gap at the top looks bigger than ever, QPR need to appoint a new manager immediately and West Brom show their resolve

Mesut Ozil (centre) reacts to Spurs' decisive second goal

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil attempted to troll Tottenham...it backfired badly

No 'robbing' was done at White Hart Lane

Arsenal 'did not switch on' bemoans Per Mertesacker following defeat to Tottenham

Arsenal lost 2-1 having led at White Hart Lane

Tottenham vs Arsenal: Five things we learnt from White Hart Lane

A look back at the north London derby

Arsene Wenger on Harry Kane: If England don't call him up somebody will give him a passport to another country

Arsenal boss was full of praise for the Spurs hero

Tottenham vs Arsenal player ratings: Harry Kane double completes superb Spurs fightback to win north London derby

Tottenham found themselves one-goal down in the first-half but Kane led the fightback to ensure Spurs took the north London derby bragging rights

Tottenham vs Arsenal match report: Harry Kane's double sees Spurs complete brilliant fightback in thrilling north London derby

Tottenham Hotspur 2 Arsenal 1: England call beckons after double sparks Spurs comeback victory

Tottenham vs Arsenal team news: Danny Welbeck starts for the Gunners while Nabil Bentaleb and Eric Dier return for Spurs

Arsenal make just one change for the north London derby while Mauricio Pochettino changes two

Everton vs Liverpool live: Latest score and Premier League updates, plus reaction to Chelsea's win over Aston Villa and the north London derby

Follow the latest from the Premier League including Leicester v Crystal Palace, Manchester City v Hull, QPR v Southampton and Swansea v Sunderland

Francis Coquelin has impressed for Arsenal this season

Francis Coquelin contract: Midfielder earns new deal while Arsene Wenger defends Jack Wilshere

Teenager striker Chuba Akpom has also signed a new contract

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