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Michael Dawson has stated on Sky Sports News (12:46pm, January 15, 2022) that the North London derby between Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal and Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur shouldn’t be postponed.

Tottenham and Arsenal are scheduled to lock horns at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium within the Premier League on Sunday.

However, there’s a likelihood that the North London membership might not go forward.

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Arsenal have said on their official website that they’ve utilized for the North London derby towards Tottenham to be postponed.

“We have reluctantly taken this step but we have many players currently unavailable across our squad as a result of Covid, injuries and players away with their countries at AFCON,” reads the statement.

Former Tottenham defender Dawson, who can also be the Spurs Ambassador, has stated that the match shouldn’t be postponed.

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Dawson said: “12 gamers out? How many with COVID? It is changing into a mockery.

“It really is, not just Arsenal, but I think a lot of clubs are getting games postponed to their advantage. You are talking about players going out on loan. Keep those fringe players.”

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🗣 “It’s becoming a mockery, not just Arsenal a lot of clubs are using it to their advantage.”

Michael Dawson says Tottenham vs Arsenal ought to go forward after #AFC requested a postponement pic.twitter.com/YjNXakDkL8

— Football Daily (@footballdaily) January 15, 2022

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal ought to go forward

In our view, the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal ought to go forward.

Arsenal have just one participant who has COVID-19 points – Martin Odegaard.

We don’t assume that there’s a sturdy sufficient cause to have a match postponed.

Yes, Arsenal have gamers similar to Thomas Partey on the Africa Cup of Nations, and Granit Xhaka is suspended.

But, these are footballing causes, not coronavirus causes.

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