Arsenal head into Saturday's game looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League after their 3-1 defeat by Manchester City at The Etihad before the global break.
Pochettino had mixed news on the injury front, saying that Toby Alderweireld might be out until January because of a hamstring problem but that Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Harry Winks and Hugo Lloris had returned to training after injury.
But the medical bench isn't quite as jam-packed as it could be as Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen should be fit.
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Arsenal face Tottenham on Saturday and Lacazette is expected to feature, with his agent alleviating fears over his standing at the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal will be without injured striker Olivier Giroud, while Wenger has to decide whether to recall Alexandre Lacazette to the team after leaving the France worldwide out of two big games this season already, at Liverpool and Man City.
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Yet no team has won more Premier League away games in 2017 than Tottenham, who have earned 10 victories away from home this year.
He has gone from strength to strength ever since, having won the Premier League Golden Boot in the past two seasons with 25 goals in 2015/2016, and 29 goals in 2016/2017.
The official showed a Premier League-high five red cards last season, and has sent two players off in his previous six North London derbies.
Both teams have scored on 34 occasions, more than any other fixture in the competition.
The game kicks off at the Emirates at 12.30pm on Saturday 18 November.