Tottenham will play their second London derby in a row after drawing against Arsenal in their last match. West Ham will be pleased to be playing away from home as their current form at their new stadium has been dreadful. They are though going to have their hands full as Spurs remain the only unbeaten team in the Premier League this campaign.
Spurs will be without defender Ben Davis after he picked up a knock in the international break. He will not be greatly missed as Danny Rose is generally the first choice in the Premier League. Tottenham is missing though both Dele Alli and Toby Alderweireld who were key players in their challenge for the title last campaign.
Harry Kane is back though and it was a great relief for Spurs fans as new signing Vincent Janssen has not been able to fill his boots. Even though Tottenham are unbeaten in the Premier League they have drawn too many games. They have had the chances but failed to put them away so with their star striker back it will be a great boost. He found the back of the net in his first game back against arch rivals Arsenal in their last match which helped them to come back from 0-1 away from home to get the draw.
The Hammers will be without Mark Noble after the midfield player picked up his fifth yellow card of the season. He will be serving his one match ban so will be unavailable to pick. He will be greatly missed as he is key to how the team plays and a leader on the field.
Better news for Hammer fans is the forward Diafra Sakho should be fit for the London derby. He has been out of a long time due to an injury in his back but has been back training for the last two weeks with the first team. Manager Slaven Bilic will be extremely pleased he is back as his team is in desperate need of goals. He is under great pressure due to the poor home and if they do not improve there could find themselves in a relegation battle.
The Hammers face an extremely tough run in over the next few weeks as after the game against Spurs, they face Man U, Arsenal along with Liverpool.
EPL week 12 Spurs vs. West Ham Prediction
Tottenham bought well during the summer and have the high-quality backup they need to be able to cope with injuries. They are unbeaten and with last season’s leading goal scoring back and in the goals, I think that they will get the result they need to push them back into the top four. West Ham is in deep trouble if they lose this game due to their running over the next three weeks. I cannot see them winning this one though so I am going for a 3-1 victory for Spurs. https://www.bettingoffers.org also has Spurs as the favorite to win and if they are going to keep pace with the four, it is one they need to get a result from.