Arsenal travel to Tottenham tomorrow for the north London derby looking to end an unwanted 27-year run. The Gunners have not at White Hart Lane on a Sunday since 1987, drawing four and losing three of their seven matches since then.googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(“div-gpt-ad-1389116196215-0”); });Michael Thomas and Alan Smith scored in that 2-1 win but Arsenal have not won their on a Sunday ever since. However, a 2-2 draw in 2004 did secure Arsenal the Premier League title at the ground of their most hated rivals, something Gunners fans constantly remind their enemy of. The side’s have met in this fixture on a Sunday in the two previous seasons, with Tottenham twice coming out as 2-1 winners, with their other victory coming in 1999. The other matches at this ground on a Sunday were in 1997/98 (1-1), 2002/03 (1-1) and 2008/09 (0-0). Tomorrow’s match is being billed as the biggest north London derby in recent history, with defeat for either side damaging their hopes for the Premier League season – Arsenal’s for the title, Tottenham’s for a top four finish.