While Tottenham and Inter are level on seven points, the London club is now up into second place by virtue of Eriksen's goal in the reverse fixture in September.
'It is going to be a very hard game going away to Barcelona, probably one of the most in-form teams in Europe right now.
Tottenham's options in the middle of the park are further limited as Wanyama will once again miss out due to an on-going knee problem while centre-back Juan Foyth won't be available to face Inter as he's ineligible for the group stages of the Champions League.
"The pressure is on Arsenal to perform and win the game - if Arsenal do not win this game, you are going to go away from here saying, 'Tottenham are just getting away from Arsenal'". To arrive at Barcelona and compete in our best we need to have fresh legs, fresh minds, no injuries.
"Now we have a tough game on the last day and we are confident that we can do well".
Those results mean that Spurs approach Sunday's clash in optimistic mood and ahead of the much-anticipated clash on Sunday, Alderweireld has claimed that the north London derby is the biggest in world football.
Barcelona could rest some of their most influential players against Tottenham next month, given they have already topped the group, but Pochettino said: "I don't know [what they'll do]".
"What Barcelona do is not in our hands".
"I think we've talked [before] and if you find my speech from the beginning of the season, I was so disappointed because the squad was so big".
"This game this weekend is a bigger game for Arsenal than Tottenham, that is how it has swung really", Merson told The Debate. "It is about what we do", he said.
"It's going to be very competitive but of course they're qualified in first with 13 points". But of course it will be so hard and we need to focus now on Sunday - another derby against Arsenal.