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If you’re new to the concept of Ticketbis, now’s as good a time as any to acquaint yourself if you’ve tried (and failed with) everything to get tickets for that match you can’t miss. The idea is simple and legal, which is good.

With Ticketbis you can either buy or sell tickets, and the best part is that they’ll hold your money until after the event to make sure they’re legit. If you’re lucky enough to be harbouring a spare, you simply choose your price and get it listed. Once someone decides to purchase your tickets and a fraud check is approved, you get emailed – and when the event passes, you get the money. It’s easier than getting on the end of a weirdly good Younes Kaboul cross. So what’s coming up in November to whet the appetite?

On the first weekend of the month there’s guaranteed action in the North London Derby as Arsenal host Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium (Sunday, November 8) looking to extend their four-season unbeaten home run against the Lilywhites; tickets currently available from £161.65. On the same day, Crystal Palace aim to summon the ghosts of Steven Gerrard’s final Liverpool match at Anfield with another damaging victory – but are Jurgen Klopp’s lot tough enough this time? Find out from £65.18.

Alternatively, take a trip to Old Trafford on Saturday, November 7 for Manchester United’s sole home fixture of the month against Tony Pulis' West Bromwich Albion, as Louis van Gaal’s side bid to end back-to-back home defeats against the Baggies; currently available from £89.03.

The Reds then travel to Manchester City the following weekend (Saturday, November 21) for a test of their new mettle (available from £95.58) at the Etihad Stadium; then, Tottenham welcome London rivals West Ham to White Hart Lane (Sunday, November 22) for what should be a fascinating tussle. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have found form after a sluggish start, but Slaven Bilic’s Hammers have gone one better with significant victories over the Premier League’s big guns. Find out what happens here from £99.60.

There’s another huge city home clash for Spurs when they face a beleaguered Chelsea in the midday kick-off on Saturday, November 28 (from £154.45), while Chelsea aim to crush some Cherries when Bournemouth come to Stamford Bridge for the evening encounter (available from £62.49).

There’s also a flurry of Champions League goodness you can sink your teeth into, matches on the continent if you fancy a weekend away, and much, much more with Ticketbis.

All prices correct at time of writing: follow each link for more details on the game.