Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(56) 45 Goals 31 (49)
(39) 25 Assists 18 (36)
(6.6) 6.9 Average Ratings 6.8 (6.6)
30.9 Average Age 31.7
183 Average Height (cm) 184.3
(0.8) 1 Shots pg 1 (0.9)
(49%) 47% Aerial Duel Success 55% (52%)
(1) 0.9 Dribbles pg 0.8 (0.7)
(1.3) 1.4 Tackles pg 1.4 (1.4)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

West Ham
Player Reason Status Rating
Japhet Tanganga Out 7
Troy Parrott Out 6.01
Juan Foyth Out 6.05
Lucas Moura Doubtful 6.96
Player Reason Status Rating
Angelo Ogbonna Out 6.74
Sébastien Haller Out 7.08
Pablo Zabaleta Out 6.42
Arthur Masuaku Out 6.6
Robert Snodgrass Doubtful 6.79

Team News

West Ham
  • Dele Alli returns from a ban and he could come in for Erik Lamela behind Harry Kane for the home side.
  • Lucas Moura will be assessed having missed Friday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United, but Japhet Tanganga, Troy Parrott and Juan Foyth miss out.
  • Giovani Lo Celso and Gedson Fernandes were second half subs, while Tanguy Ndombele wasn't used on Friday night, and the trio could all start from the bench again here.
  • Sebastien Haller, Pablo Zabaleta, Arthur Masuaku and Angelo Ogbonna all missed the 2-0 defeat to Wolves and could sit out here.
  • Robert Snodgrass has a back issue and will be assessed closer to kick off.
  • Ryan Fredericks and Andriy Yarmolenko could feature from the off here, while Michail Antonio, who scored the winner in this game last season, is set to keep his spot in attack.


  • Tottenham may feel aggrieved not to have beaten Manchester United on Friday night as a 1-1 draw extended their winless run in all competitions to seven matches.
  • West Ham, meanwhile, fell to a 2-0 home loss on their first game back following lockdown, however they are unbeaten in their last three visits to Tottenham, and inflicted their first defeat upon Spurs at their new stadium in this match last season.
  • That said, the hosts should have too much for the relegation-threatened Hammers.

User Predictions

Comments (17)

  • No way have they given Declan Rice MOTM �� He was absolutely disgraceful for Kane's goal he just basically stood and watched it happen, this is why these ratings website lose credibility. Lo Celso was immense but somehow they have given Rice the top rating in a 2-0 loss as well. Madness!

  • @barkley Ratings work with stats, not with impact on game. Both CDM, Rice had 6 tackles over Celso's 1

  • @Byakuya Lo Celso had the most touches and gained possession more than anyone else in the match! They only gave it Rice because he is English! Giovani Lo Celso for Tottenham vs West Ham: - 117 touches (most) - 94 passes (most) - 13 possession gains (most) - 3 key passes (joint-most) - 3 dribbles (joint-most) - 2 interceptions (joint-most)

  • Easy win :)

  • West Ham double chance

  • No Bergwijn... Thats odd.

  • Dele,Lucas,Son and Kane all start for Spurs and should be too strong for West Ham.

  • @nexus747 I'll be shocked if Spurs didn't win 1-0

  • If you exclude the top 6, Spurs have a W7 D2 L1 record at home and these are the games they tend to win.

  • @nexus747 Fair comment although to some extent West Ham view this fixture as their cup final and they narrowly won it last year. If Tottenham win I think it'll be by one goal.

  • Spurs to win

  • Spurs are good odds at 1.75 to win (i was expecting them to be around 1.55 odds). against a very poor West Ham side. Having Dele Alli back will be great for Kane who will appreciate his great passing and attracking ability.

  • 1-1

  • If Haller plays, i go for x2

  • 3-1

  • Corner over 10.5

  • Tottenham 2-1 West Ham