Injured PFA Player of the Year Gareth Bale is off for Aaron Lennon and Younes Kaboul is also substituted as Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp makes two of his three allotted changes at half time. There's not much else going on yet, although in the context of the match 'not much else' means that tonnes of stuff has happened but a goal has not. There've been a few interesting scoring chances, mostly for the hosts, but nothing particularly close - and no, a Robin van Persie goal ruled out for offside doesn't count.
That's not to say we haven't had plenty of entertainment. Spurs are doing a good job attacking, Arsenal are defending by the collective skins of their teeth, and there've been a few heart in mouth moments for Arsenal fans as their lead - and place in second place - has been threatened, but they're still looking like they can go ahead and get another goal whenever they want. Maybe they should go ahead and do that.