Tottenham has won three of their last four Premier League games under Antonio Conte.
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte believes Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has no right to complain about an unfair fixture list after the north London derby was canceled at their request in January.
After losing to Liverpool on Wednesday, Arsenal travel to Aston Villa on Saturday (12:30 GMT), a schedule Arteta has criticized the Premier League for.
“Arteta should recall the rescheduled game. Arsenal-Tottenham, “Conte stated.
“This is something I never forget. It’s also not appropriate to use terms like fair or unfair.”
Spurs were taken aback when their home game was postponed even though there was only one confirmed case of coronavirus in the Arsenal squad.
The Premier League changed its rules regarding fixture postponements as a result of this incident.
“In general, I believe my response is adequate,” Conte added.
“If you want to consider whether something is fair or unfair. The Tottenham-Arsenal game has been rescheduled.”
Tottenham will face fellow top-four contenders West Ham on Sunday, hoping to keep the pressure on Arteta’s side, who currently hold the final Champions League qualification spot.
Spurs, who are currently three points behind their opponents and have played one more game. Before the game, there are no new injury concerns.
They have confirmed, however, that Japhet Tanganga will be out for the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery.
Oliver Skipp, a midfielder, is expected to return after the international break, while Ryan Sessegnon is another four weeks away from returning to training.
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