please log in to view this image Sunday 26th September 4.30pm Premier League Emirates Stadium Another successful match at Molineux for Espirito Santo and we're through to the next round. It's a lot easier to take the positives from that game because of that, so let's hope that the team do, too. We need to be far more consistent and make better choices for this one, though. The filth may have started their campaign badly, but they've picked up in recent weeks. Can the manager get 90 minutes out of this team or will this be another disappointment? The Goons had a poor season last year and finished without European football for the first time in 25 years. They responded by spending a lot of money in the market and backing their manager. It remains to be seen whether that was the correct decision and their fans are rather split on it. Was the money well spent and did they do enough to correct the weaknesses in their squad? Time will tell. Losing the opening three games will not have calmed any nerves down in Woolwich. Chelsea and City were to be expected, but the first day loss to Brentford was less of a formality. They've responded with narrow wins over relatively weak teams, but it's still points on the board. They were in a desperate position, so the results were more important than the performance, in a lot of ways. They've also strolled through a couple of easy cup games against lower league sides' B teams, which helps. This tie last season was one of the worst performances under Mourinho and that's saying something. We started on the back foot and largely stayed there, despite scoring the goal of the season. Lamela came on for an injured Son and promptly scored a rabona nutmeg to give us the lead. Odegaard levelled via a deflection before the break and a ludicrous Michael Oliver decision put them ahead. Lacazette scored from the spot before Oliver showed up again to send off our goalscorer and finish a **** day: The reverse fixture earlier in the campaign was almost the complete reverse for Mourinho. We counter-attacked in a much more composed fashion and were ruthless on the break. The game was essentially over at half-time and they rarely threatened, despite having most of the ball. Kane played a great ball to Son to open the scoring with a wonderful finish for the first. They then swapped roles for the second, which rattled in off the bar with seconds left in the half: Bergwijn misses out again and Sessegnon faces a late test, but Moura is back and available. Arsenal have nobody missing, apparently. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Royal, Romero, Dier, Reguilon; Ndombele, Hojbjerg, Alli; Lo Celso, Kane, Son. Subs: Gollini, Doherty, Rodon, Sanchez, Davies, Skipp, Winks, Gil, Scarlett. Arsenal: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney; Partey; Pepe, Odegaard, Smith-Rowe, Saka; Aubameyang. Subs: Leno, Soares, Holding, Mari, Tavares, Lokonga, Maitland-Niles, Martinelli, Lacazette. Ref: Craig Pawson. VAR: Stuart Atwell. TV: Sky Sports. How would you like to line up for this one? Would you stick with much of the same lineup from the Wolves game, tinker a little or change it completely? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting the scum to go with?