16th January 2019



4th January 2018

Harry Kane sat on the bench for most of Tottenham's 2-1 win at Swansea last time. Mauricio Pochettino had one eye on this fixture only two days later and it paid off with goals from Llorente and Alli securing the win.

Spurs have been forced to play this game late because the Police couldn't cope with the original date.

It may well have played into Spurs hands as they have seen Arsenal and manchester United thro away points in the meantime.

A win over the Hammers will see Spurs consolidate in fifth, only a point behind Liverpool.

West Ham are gradually improving under david Moyes, and a brace from Andy Carroll secured a vital win last time over West Brom.

Expect a less adventurous formation at Wembley. The only glimmer being the League Cup win back in November when they came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 in one of Bilic's last games.

Spurs are pretty short at 3/10 on, the draw is 5s and the Hammers 11/1 for a shock win.

Those looking for a bet could do worse than draw/Spurs double result at 7/2 188Bet - West Ham will not take early risks.