Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino says finishing above Arsenal is not his motivation and he instead wants to win the Premier League title.
The game could have huge significance in the two clubs' rivalry as well.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele faces a race against time to be fit for the crucial north London derby against Arsenal today.
".My feeling is now, so close, only four points, but massive when only five games to play".
The big game on Sunday in the Premier League is at White Hart Lane, as for the last tie in Tottenham's history they'll take on Arsenal at the home ground. "We need a win to keep fighting for the title". 'I like him, I think he does a good job and overall yes I think he has done extremely well.
Arsenal Wenger has revealed that he wants to see a strong defensive display from his Arsenal side as they prepare to face Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
"But maybe it's because they care so much that we were so shocked". They have some players who can run a lot and do it different.
"I think that feeling, that energy, that our fans translate to the team, is wonderful and it is key, to push you and help you to give your best".
Spurs are 14 points ahead of them, having played a game more, but Wenger gave short shrift to talk of a power shift. I think Spurs will edge this one as I just can't see Arsenal matching their intensity.More news: Leaked Blueprint Shows 'L' Shape Motherboard for Virtual Fingerprint Recognition
The Frenchman was keen to point out that his team had finished above their rivals in every other season since he's been in charge. Not the last game, the very last minute.
Koscielny recognises the benefits of the system, even if it is not what some players are used to.
And, just as importantly for the supporters, virtually kill Spurs' chances of being champions for the first time since 1961. What I care is what happens with us.
"The more comfortable you are [as fans], the less supportive you are".
"We always work very hard, and we will do that until the end of the season".
"I have to focus on what we can do and how we can finish the season".
"Yes [it was the toughest period]". "There is a good atmosphere compared to one or two months ago".
"It's normal, we are professional, and we love this club". "You look at the numbers, we are the team that has scored more goals than anybody else in the final part of games".