This is a thin Spurs squad, and there isn’t really the strength in depth that allows Mauricio Pochettino to rotate effectively. Fernando Llorente for Harry Kane? Moussa Sissoko for Dele Alli? It really is no contest.
So perhaps the Lilywhites will serve up another lukewarm showing here – music to the ears of West Ham fans.
Slaven Bilic has managed to consolidate his side defensively with two clean sheets in a row, and surely it is only a matter of time before a front three of Javier Hernandez, Andy Carroll and Michail Antonio gets amongst the goals.
For now, the Hammers have drawn a blank in three of their five league matches; not ideal when playing one of the division’s best defensive units.
Under 2.5 Goals (11/10 with Paddy Power)