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Manager Liam McDonald
TEAM GAMES WON LOST DRAWN
Solihull M 44 11 24 9
Hednesford 73 27 32 14
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Chairman S Price
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Current Squad

P W D L GD Pts
14 Barwell 20 7 5 8 +2 26
15 Coalville 21 8 2 11 -7 26
16 Hednesford 21 7 5 9 -9 26
17 Matlock 20 7 3 10 -4 24
18 Whitby 21 6 6 9 -7 24
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Match in Focus

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Arsenal v Tottenham

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  • Arsenal have won just one of the last seven north London derbies
Expert verdict
Arsenal have been the dominant side in north London for many years, but the power is shifting and neighbours Tottenham can show they are the force to be reckoned with by beating the Gunners on their own patch. Spurs’s second-place finish last season was the first time they have finished above Arsenal for 22 years and they continue to improve. A pair of 3-1 Wembley wins over Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund, combined with a hard-fought 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu, show they can now mix it with Europe’s elite. The Gunners seem to lack the intensity and passion of the visitors.