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Loss Spurs vs West Ham - Day 15

Dec 7, 2023
KO Time
8:15 pm

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 103 74.1%
  • West Ham Win

    Votes: 20 14.4%
  • Draw

    Votes: 16 11.5%

  • Total voters



SPURS VS WEST HAM - 7th December - KO 8:15pm


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Spurs - DLLLW ------ West Ham - D

Fresh our six-goal thriller at the Etihad Stadium last weekend, we return to North London to take on capital foes West Ham in the Premier League on Thursday night. The Hammers also enter this contest after picking up a point in a score draw with Crystal Palace on home soil last Saturday

Many questioned whether us being injury-ravaged would have the credentials to compete away against reigning Premier League champions Manchester City last Sunday, but we admirably held our own and salvaged a point at the death in an entertaining 3-3 draw.

Son bizarrely scored at both ends in the opening eight minutes before Foden put Man City in front, but we fought back and equalised on the 65-minute mark courtesy of a sweet strike from Lo Celso – his second goal in as many matches.

Grealish appeared to have won it for the Citizens with a strike nine minutes from time, but Kulusevski had the last laugh as he rose above Ake at the back post to head home a 90th-minute equaliser, before we benefitted from Simon Hooper’s controversial decision to blow his whistle for a foul on Haaland when Grealish burst through on goal in stoppage time, sparking a furious reaction from the home side.

Postecoglou praised our conviction in the second half to grind out a positive result and avoid a fourth successive loss, and while we remain fifth in the EPL, we are only two points behind Aston Villa in fourth,

We have lost our last two home games against Chelsea and Aston Villa, are now gearing up for successive matches in North London versus West Ham and sixth-placed Newcastle United in the space of three days, and we will fancy our chances of ending our winless streak against the former on Thursday as we have won four of our last five home meetings with the Hammers in all competitions, including each of our last three by an aggregate score of 7-2

West Ham
West Ham's four-game winning run across all competitions has come to an end after they were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw at home against Crystal Palace last weekend.

Kudus scored his fifth Hammers goal to open the scoring on the 13-minute mark, but Edouard rescued a point for the Eagles with a 53rd-minute equaliser after capitalising on a defensive error from Mavropanos.

Moyes rued the "terrible" mistake by Mavropanos and was disappointed that his West Ham side were unable to build on their early opener, but they are still sitting in a respectable ninth place in the table, only three points behind the top seven and six adrift of Thursday's opponents Tottenham.

West Ham will reminisce about their 1-0 victory at our ground in April 2019, with Antonio’s's goal condemning us to our first-ever home defeat at the Tottenham Hotspur Staduim. However, the Hammers have since failed to win each of their last four visits, including three defeats.

Moyes's men have also had little success in recent London derbies as they have lost nine of their last 10 such matches in the Premier League, including a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham in February – the only exception during this run was a slender 1-0 win over Fulham in April.


We first played each other on Saturday, 21st February 1920 in the FA Cup where we beat them 3-0 at White Hart Lane

We have played each other 162 times where we have won 70, they have won 53 and 39 have been drawn games.

League: We have won 59, they have won 47 and 34 games have been drawn

FA Cup: We have won 6, they have won 2, and 3 games have been drawn

League Cup : We have won 5, they have won 4 and 2 games have been drawn

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