Harry Redknapp wasn't too happy with the way his team played in the first half - and he shouldn't be, considering that Arsenal are now level in a game where a really competent team would have completely put things to bed, and he's made some changes to compensate. Off go Louis Saha and Niko Kranjcar, on come Rafael van der Vaart and Sandro. That looks vaguely like a 4-2-3-1, which would make sense against Arsenal's midfield three, but we'll see.
The first real chance of the second half, despite the positive changes from Spurs, falls to Arsenal, whose attacking play is still proving very difficult for the visitors to deal with. Brad Friedel was just forced into an excellent save from a Yossi Benayoun effort - just why the Israeli was left by himself in the box is an open question, and that sort of defending is probably going to cost Spurs pretty dear at some point, if it hasn't already.