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Arsenal will attack Spurs - Toure 1/31/2007
Defender Kolo Toure says attack will be Arsenal''''s best form of defence when they host rivals Spurs in Wednesday''''s Carling Cup semi-final second leg.
The Gunners hit back from 2-0 down to draw the first leg, and the two sides meet at the Emirates in the knowledge a final spot against Chelsea is at stake.

Toure, who will skipper the side again, said: "At 2-2 they''''re a dangerous team.

"We will need to play like we did in the second half last week. We''''ll go out to enjoy our football and try to win."

Arsenal''''s youngsters were hugely impressive in earning a draw at White Hart Lane but, while Toure admits the performance "shows how bright Arsenal''''s future will be", he is also aware of Tottenham''''s attacking threat.

"Defending is going to be massive again for us," said the Ivory Coast international. "The important thing in the first leg was we never gave up and we must retain that belief."

We''''ve got a lot of good players here, and a lot of players who are hungry to win something - we''''ll be going there all guns blazing

Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas

The Gunners'''' bid for a spot in the final will be aided by the return of midfielder Gilberto Silva after a three-match suspension, and the Brazilian said: "I am really looking forward to coming back.

"It has been hard for me just watching the game on the sidelines and I''''m raring to go."

However, Tottenham''''s own returning midfielder Jermaine Jenas says Spurs do not fear their rivals ahead of the encounter.

"Arsenal came to us and put on a terrific show in the second half," he said. "I thought they were exceptional, but we''''re still in that tie.

"Our team''''s also a young team, and still learning. Aaron Lennon and Tom Huddlestone are just the start, there''''s a lot of good young players at the club who can influence games.

"It''''s going to be a tough game. But we''''ve got a lot of good players here, and a lot of players who are hungry to win something - so we''''ll be going there all guns blazing.

"The point is that we''''re not looking to focus on them too much; we know what we''''re capable of - and we''''ll be going there to win the game."





 
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