Despite the Arsenal manager's non-committal response, Lacazette seems nearly certain to regain his starting place after Wenger confirmed Olivier Giroud was likely to miss the match with the injury he picked up on global duty last week.
Spurs, meanwhile, haven't been particularly successful against Arsenal away from home. That used to be the case at Arsenal, but no more.
"To keep him quiet, yes", said Wenger, when asked if Arsenal have a plan for Kane.
Arsenal head into Saturday's game looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League after their 3-1 defeat by Manchester City at The Etihad before the global break.
While Tottenham have begin to redress the balance in north London after years of Arsenal domination, they are without a victory at the Emirates for seven years.
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The 26-year-old made something of a mockery of Wenger's decision by scoring just nine minutes after his second half introduction to briefly bring his side back into a contest which was eventually settled when Gabriel Jesus put City 3-1 ahead with a contentious goal.
Moments earlier at the news conference Thursday, Wenger had interrupted a reporter who pointed out that Arsenal had dominated Tottenham for a "long time".
He added, "Two years ago when we finished above them we were disappointed because we didn't win the title". "Although the season was not always what we wanted, we always had a trophy at the end of it".
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"But Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen are not going anywhere in a hurry and they are moving into a new stadium in order to compete".