Arsène Wenger: English players are the masters of diving now
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"If you look at the numbers, no, because he has high numbers", Wenger said when asked if there was a better striker in Europe at the moment than Kane.
But here, talkSPORT.com is more concerned with the present and tells you what you need to know about the north London derby.
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The sixth-placed Gunners are looking to complete the double over Spurs on Sunday, and victory would close the gap on their rivals to a point.
Monreal was substituted at half-time during Arsenal's win over Everton but the newspaper says it was only due to illness so the Spaniard is set to recover in time to face Spurs.
"It is always a game more charged emotionally for everyone but this season for us it is a very important game in terms of the table".
Earlier this week Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino defended his players by saying part of football is about "tricking the opponent" and, while Wenger believes those comments have been blown out of proportion, he said simulation was an increasing problem.
"I remember there were tremendous cases here when foreign players did it, but I must say the English players have learned very quickly and they might even be the masters now".