Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(51) 30 Goals 52 (66)
(33) 16 Assists 26 (47)
(6.6) 6.8 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.8)
31.8 Average Age 31.1
184.8 Average Height (cm) 183.5
(0.9) 0.8 Shots pg 1.2 (0.9)
(50%) 52% Aerial Duel Success 47% (50%)
(0.6) 0.7 Dribbles pg 0.8 (0.6)
(1.6) 1.3 Tackles pg 1.2 (1.2)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

West Ham
Player Reason Status Rating
Winston Reid Out N/A
Manuel Lanzini Out 6.72
Andy Carroll Out 6.33
Jack Wilshere Out 6.68
Carlos Sánchez Out 6.01
Arthur Masuaku Doubtful 6.9
Chicharito Doubtful 6.59
Robert Snodgrass Doubtful 6.78
Player Reason Status Rating
Vincent Janssen Out 6.3
Dele Alli Out 6.95
Jan Vertonghen Out 6.89
Danny Rose Doubtful 6.84

Team News

West Ham
  • Manuel Pellegrini is again without Winston Reid, Manuel Lanzini, Andy Carroll, Jack Wilshere and Carlos Sanchez as he gears up to welcome Tottenham for the first of two home encounters with the north London side this month.
  • Arthur Masuaku is a doubt with an ankle issue, but should be fit in time to start with Pellegrini expected to keep with the same XI that started the 1-0 loss at Brighton before the international break.
  • Chicharito and Robert Snodgrass are also doubts and will be assessed.
  • Mauricio Pochettino is without key defender Jan Vertonghen until December after the Belgian sustained a hamstring injury in the 2-0 win at Huddersfield.
  • Dele Alli and Vincent Janssen are both sidelined for Spurs and Danny Rose is expected to miss out.
  • Ben Davies could start at left-back for the away side, while better news sees Mousa Dembele, Christian Eriksen and Victor Wanyama all available.


  • West Ham's three-match unbeaten run came to an end at Brighton before the international break and they'll hope to get back on track with the welcome of rivals Tottenham. The Hammers have won three of their last five league welcomes of Spurs, but lost this fixture last season.
  • Tottenham, meanwhile, have won eight of their last 10 Premier League matches, losing only to Watford and Liverpool in that run. They currently sit two points off top spot and will look to extend their three-match winning run and do what Chelsea and Manchester United couldn't do and come away with all three points.
  • West Ham have looked much-improved in recent weeks, yet Spurs have the means to win here.

User Predictions

Comments (16)

  • Ha, ha, Yarmolenko again not above 6.2 in rating. He must be amongst the 10 worst offensive players of the league ! 0,18 dribbles per game as the winger must be the worst average of the league...

  • @neumi17 why always so bad words only about Yarmolenko when on West Ham thread? Almost every game. Achilles tendon rupture - is not something I wish to anyone, had the same injury and you literally start to learn to walk again.

  • @tar88s Yes, that is a terrible injury and Yarmolenko is probably a nice guy. But I have been following him since his arrival in Dortmund over a year ago. Except for the first 3 games he played poorly ever since but some people were still saying that he is great. I have nothing against him but don't think he will make it good leagues like PL or Bundesliga. He is just too immobile and slow.

  • @neumi17 He scored 2 with Everton, 1 with ManU (though after deflection), was good with Chelsea - though missed the golden chance. Apart from that, he needs some time to settle and to feel comfortable off the pitch to show his best game. I feel you are too strict with him in this case, as he had his moments in EPL already. From the other side I am afraid his career might be affected after this injury, you need to be mentally strong and stubborn, but Yarmolenko sometimes missed that qualities.He can come back in May in the best case scenario, I really hope he will still play on the highest level

  • @neumi17 I was following him the last season in Dortmund too, and he was good in the first games. Then terrible streak,then the coach was changed, then injury, but in general it was not that bad. Is obvious that he is not very mobile, true, but he has other advantages, that must be used in a clever way. When he started young at Dynamo, he was mocked, people literally laughed at him, he made everyone shut up during the next few years, when a huge progress was made and he became the best player at DK. He used to have the great games (as with Borussia M in CL qualifying for examlple). From the other side, when he was not in a good mood, missed few chances or smth, I have to admit that he was terrible, he was not fighter until the end and could "disappear" long before the game end. Anyway, he was one of our best players and after he left Kyyiv, the club lost a lot. Also his spell at West Ham was very short to judge so far, when he started - West Ham began to collect some points.

  • @neumi17 he was forced off after injury after 40 minutes and that definitely impacted his rating...

  • West Ham are always up for this fixture whereas Tottenham having players returning from succesful international duty could tip things in either direction (confidence or tiredness). Expect goals. West Ham 2-2 Tottenham.

  • Hammers or draw is on the cards

  • Westham 1-3 Tottenham

  • spurs all the way

  • 2-1 spurs

  • West Ham win.

  • I expect both teams to score here..

  • 1-1 or 0-1

  • 1x

  • 3+