The bitter rivalry between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham will be renewed on Tuesday night when the two come face-to-face in north London.
Spurs’ first Premier League game for more than 100 days saw them held to a 1-1 draw by Manchester United, while West Ham’s return to action was a miserable affair as they were beaten 2-0 at home by Wolves.
The defeat has left The Hammers outside the relegation zone on goal difference alone, with eight games still to play this season.
Neither side is in grate form: Spurs haven’t won their last four league games, while David Moyes’ side have just one win in 10.
What time is Tottenham vs West Ham?
A total of 10 Premier League games are being played between Tuesday and Thursday, with another five on Wednesday and three more on Thursday.
Tottenham vs West Ham TV channel and live stream
Both of Tuesday’s matches will be available to watch on Sky Sports, which will again give fans the option of experiencing the fake crowd noise.
Sky Sports Main Event will show the match with the added atmosphere, while Sky Sports Premier League will just have the stadium sounds.
Coverage starts at 8pm on both channels, straight after Brighton’s trip to Leicester which kicks off at 6pm.
Fans with Sky Sports subscriptions can also stream the match using Sky Go.
This is not one of the matches being made free-to-air by Sky.
Jose Mourinho can welcome Dele Alli back, after he was banned from Friday’s draw after mocking coronavirus on social media.
Lucas Moura is back from injury too, with Mourinho saying: “For the first time since I arrived, all six attacking players are available for the game.”
West Ham’s Declan Rice filled in at centre back against Wolves on Saturday, and manager David Moyes hasn’t ruled out using him in defence again.
Meanwhile Ben Johnson and Jack Wilshere could included in the 20-man squad, as both make their way back from injury.
Tottenham have kept just four clean sheets in 30 games this season, which isn’t very Jose Mourinho-like.
The Special One’s Spurs have the joint-worst record in the Premier League for shut-outs. But they’ll rarely have a better chance to improve on that figure than the visit of the shot-shy Hammers.
David Moyes side haven’t scored anywhere since February 29 and have managed just three away from home this year!
Spurs – denied only by a late penalty against Manchester United – are a big 8/11 to win.
But even better is the Spurs To Win To Nil market which is 15/8 with thepools.com.