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As far as the Tottenham rollercoaster is concerned, it seems as if the North London outfit are once again on the climb and after getting the better of Brighton in midweek, they will now look to finally land back-to-back wins once again.
Standing in their way of such an achievement is West Ham and with the East London outfit currently lying 6th in the Premier League, this encounter could define who qualifies for Europe at the end of the season.
After making great use of one of their games in hand, Tottenham will feel buoyant before this weekend’s meeting with West Ham and when looking at the biggest and best betting sites, I am rather buoyant as well.
Because although Tottenham’s form has been baffling in recent weeks, the win over Brighton could well be something of a watershed moment and therefore, I think they will break their current chain of indifferent results.
Bad news for West Ham fans, great news for Tottenham fans and at odds of 73/100 (LeoVegas) for the hosts to come out on top, this is a selection that will look good on any weekend accumulator.
Win, loss, win, loss, win. You get the idea, I hope. That has been Tottenham’s track record in recent weeks and if this bizarre streak of results continues on Sunday, it will not be good news for Antonio Conte’s men.
Because after earning a 2-0 win over Brighton on Wednesday night, it means the current pattern of results points to a home loss to West Ham at the weekend. Then again, all streaks have to end at some juncture.
Which is exactly what Tottenham will be hoping to achieve against the Hammers and with any clash between these two being a feisty one, there will certainly be fireworks on show in North London.
While Wednesday night was another perfect example of when it does click for Tottenham and when every player is on the same level, this Spurs side is just as deadly as any other in the division.
The issue since the turn of the year, is that this group of players have blown both hot and cold in equal measures and it is this indifference, that could cost them a return to European football next season.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of West Ham, there is bad news for Antonio Conte as the list for treatment has got longer in the past couple of days and this means Ryan Sessegnon joins Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga on the sidelines.
This is shaping up to be a pivotal week in West Ham’s season, first they must deal with Sevilla on Thursday and then just three days later, they will need to make a short trip across the capital.
One that sees them square off against one of their biggest local rivals and after already getting the better of Tottenham once already this season, David Moyes’ men will be aiming to do exactly the same on Sunday.
Especially as the Hammers returned to winning ways last weekend, as they got the better of Aston Villa at the London Stadium and with Andriy Yarmolenko scoring the game’s opening goal, it was certainly an emotional afternoon for the Ukrainian.
An afternoon that saw West Ham earn three points and although their current sixth place standing was solidified with that win over Villa, that same position now looks just a little weaker.
Because with Tottenham making light work of Brighton, the two teams now share the same amount of points and if West Ham do slip up at the weekend, a top-six finish suddenly becomes more difficult to achieve.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Tottenham, West Ham are likely to miss out on the services of Michail Antoion and Jarrod Bowen and this could be a real hammer blow on Sunday.
When it comes to the rivalry between Tottenham and West Ham, there is absolutely no love lost between the two and Tottenham will also be looking for their 100th win over the Hammers on Sunday.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Tottenham have won on 99 occasions, West Ham 66 and there have been 53 draws
With the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium now in full swing, it is arguably one of the best football stadiums in the world and although the team cannot lay claim to the same kind of status, they still find themselves playing at a rather special venue.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for a top-six finish, a lot will change after events on Sunday and before the first ball is kicked in anger, Tottenham are currently priced at odds of 1/4 888sport to achieve this.
While in the same market, West Ham are currently as long as 6/4 and this means they will need to earn maximum points to bring their odds down. Should they lose on Sunday, then their current odds will only lengthen further.