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  1. West Ham 1-0 Tottenham: Moyes reaction, published at17:08

    West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to Match of the Day: "We showed a different side to our game today, great character and determination. We didn't have quite as much possession but got the goal that counted.

    "We turned the ball over too many times for my liking, but defended well. To be successful you are always going to need a good defence.

    "They are good team, Tottenham, so great credit to our defenders, it was a tight game and we were able to get our noses in front."

    David MoyesImage source, Getty Images
  2. Follow West Ham v Tottenham live, published at13:26

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    We're now less than an hour away from kick-off between West Ham and Tottenham at London Stadium.

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    You'll be able to catch up with all the post-match reaction on this page after full-time.

  3. West Ham v Tottenham: Confirmed team news, published at13:15

    West Ham are unchanged from the side that won 1-0 at Everton last Sunday.

    That means Michail Antonio leads the line with Pablo Fornals, Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma playing just behind the forward.

    West Ham: Fabianski, Johnson, Zouma, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Soucek, Rice, Bowen, Benrahma, Fornals, Antonio.

    Subs: Yarmolenko, Lanzini, Vlasic, Areola, Dawson, Noble, Diop, Masuaku, Ashby.

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    Tottenham made 11 changes for the midweek Europa Conference League loss to Vitesse but revert to the same starting XI that beat Newcastle last weekend.

    Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Emerson, Romero, Dier, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Lucas Moura, Ndombele, Son, Kane.

    Subs: Sanchez, Gil Salvatierra, Rodon, Lo Celso, Alli, Gollini, Bergwijn, Tanganga, Davies.

    Tottenham team
  4. Lawro's predictions: West Ham v Tottenham, published at17:24 22 October

    Mark Lawrenson takes on Elena Cole and Haydn Craven, stars of football drama Jamie Johnson, for the latest round of Premier League predictions.

    Mark Lawrenson

    Lawro's prediction: 1-1

    West Ham got a really good win at Everton last week in a game I had a feeling they would nick.

    Tottenham's revival continued at Newcastle, where their quality came through after a difficult start and Harry Kane got off the mark in the Premier League.

    This one is hard to call. I don't think there will be much between them on Sunday, or come the end of the season.

    Elena's prediction: This is going to be close. 1-1

    Haydn's prediction: It is hard to predict this one because both teams are very good on their day. 2-1

    Find out how Lawro, Elena and Haydn think the rest of this week's fixtures will go

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  5. West Ham v Tottenham: Team news, published at15:46 22 October

    West Ham's Mark Noble and Spurs' Ryan Sessegnon - split picture graphic

    Ryan Fredericks and Mark Noble are back in contention for West Ham after brief injury lay-offs, with both featuring as substitutes in the Europa League win over Genk.

    Top scorer Michail Antonio is set to return after being rested in midweek.

    Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo will revert to his strongest side after making 11 changes for Thursday's Europa Conference League defeat by Vitesse.

    Matt Doherty and Ryan Sessegnon remain sidelined.

    Who makes your West Ham team this weekend?

    Pick and share your Spurs XI here

  6. West Ham v Tottenham: Last time out, published at13:03 22 October

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    West Ham host Tottenham in the Premier League this weekend - but what happened when the two teams last met in the top flight?

    The Hammers climbed into the top four after 25 matches of the 2020-21 campaign with a 2-1 victory over their capital rivals in February.

    Goals early in each half from Michail Antonio and Jesse Lingard gave the Hammers a two-goal cushion at London Stadium, before Lucas Moura's header reduced the deficit.

    Jose Mourinho's Spurs struck the woodwork through Gareth Bale and Son Heung-min in the second half, but an in-form West Ham held on for a seventh win in nine league games.

  7. West Ham v Tottenham: Who makes your Hammers team?, published at12:38 22 October

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    West Ham host Tottenham in the latest round of Premier League fixtures on Sunday, but who will make it into David Moyes' starting XI?

    You'll be able to pick - and share on social media - your own line-up for every Premier League game throughout the campaign.

    It's up to you how to approach it - you could go for the team you WANT the boss to pick or the one you THINK he will.

    Either way, it's time to choose your Hammers team to face Spurs

  8. Everton 0-1 West Ham: Fantasy football top performers, published at12:06 22 October

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    West Ham recorded a 1-0 victory over Everton at Goodison Park in the latest round of Premier League fixtures - but who were the top fantasy football performers from the match?

    The bonus points all went to West Ham players;

    • Angelo Ogbonna (3)

    • Kurt Zouma (2)

    • Aaron Cresswell & Ben Johnson (1)

    So which Toffees and Hammers players - if any - should be making it into your team for gameweek nine? Don't forget this week's deadline is 18:30 BST on Friday before Arsenal face Aston Villa.

    Read Alistair Bruce-Ball's fantasy football tips to find out

    And listen to the Fantasy 606 podcast on BBC Sounds

  9. West Ham v Tottenham: What does the form show?, published at12:01 22 October

    West Ham v Spurs form in past five games: West Ham - wins v Genk and Everton, loss v Brentford, wins v Rapid Vienna and Leeds. Spurs - loss v Vitesse, wins v Newcastle, Aston Villa and Mura, loss v Arsenal
    • West Ham have lost their last two home Premier League games, both 2-1, after conceding winners in the 89th minute (vs Manchester United) and 90th minute (vs Brentford). They’ve not lost three consecutive home league games since a run of four under Manuel Pellegrini in December 2019 – his final four such games at the club.

    • None of Tottenham’s last 14 Premier League games have ended level (won nine, lost five), their longest run without a draw in the competition since a run of 32 between April 2018 and February 2019.

    • No side has used fewer players in the Premier League this season than West Ham (18), with David Moyes also making a league-low four changes to his Hammers starting line-ups this term.

  10. Antonio the key man against Spurs?, published at11:15 22 October

    Michail Antonio has scored more Premier League goals against Spurs than he has versus any other side (five)
  11. Premier League fixtures at a glance, published at10:41 22 October

    Premier League fixtures: Arsenal v Aston Villa (Fri, 20:00 BST), Chelsea v Norwich (Sat, 12:30 BST), Crystal Palace V Newcastle (Sat, 15:00 BST), Everton v Watford (Sat, 15:00 BST), Leeds v Wolves (Sat, 15:00 BST), Southampton v Burnley (Sat, 15:00 BST), Brighton v Man City (Sat, 17:30 BST), Brentford v Leicester (Sun, 14:00 BST), West Ham v Tottenham (Sun, 14:00 BST), Man Utd v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)
  12. West Ham v Tottenham: Head-to-head stats, published at10:29 22 October

    Premier League record, 50 games. West Ham; 16 wins, 60 goals, 12 clean sheets. Tottenham 24 wins, 73 goals, 15 clean sheets
    • West Ham avoided defeat in both Premier League meetings with Tottenham last season (won one, drawn one) – they haven’t managed three league games without defeat against their London rivals since May 2006.

    • Spurs have won three of their last four visits to the London Stadium in the Premier League, though they did lose this fixture 2-1 last season.

    • Tottenham have lost each of their last four Premier League London derbies, as many as they had in their previous 17 such games combined (won seven, drawn six). Spurs haven’t lost more consecutive league derbies since a run of six between March 2003 and January 2004.

  13. Dawson hitting the target for West Ham, published at07:50 22 October

    No Premier League defender has scored more goals in all club competitions in 2021 than West Ham's Craig Dawson (5 - level with John Stones).
  14. West Ham 3–0 Genk: The pick of the stats, published at07:29 22 October

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    • West Ham are only the second English side to win each of their first three group games in a single Europa League campaign without conceding, after Tottenham in 2013-14. The last team from any nation to do so won the competition (Sevilla in 2019-20).

    • Genk have lost all three of their away matches against English opponents in European competition, previously losing 5-0 against Chelsea in the Champions League in 2011-12 and 2-1 against Liverpool in the same competition in 2019-20.

    • West Ham have beaten Belgian opposition in European competition for the second time in their history, with the previous victory coming away to Ghent in the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1964-65.

  15. West Ham 3-0 Genk: Moyes reaction, published at22:21 21 October

    West Ham boss David Moyes to BT Sport: "It was tight in the first half. I thought we deserved to go in front but they had one or two half-chances as well. But getting the goals quite quickly was great for us and allowed us to make a few changes and relax a bit more.

    "We don't want to lose any goals. We had a couple of really good blocks late on and a few scary moments in the first half. We don't want that to happen but the players deserve it. The goal just before half time was important.

    "We have to go to Genk and Venice. This is the bit everyone is looking forward to - the away trips for the fans, the players and the families as well. From that point of view it's still new, still fresh and we're really enjoying it."

  16. Confirmed team - West Ham v Genk, published at18:53 21 October

    West Ham boss David Moyes makes six changes to the side that beat Everton in the Premier League on Sunday.

    Alphonse Areola gets a start in goal, with Issa Diop, Craig Dawson, Nikola Vlasic, Manuel Lanzini and Andriy Yarmolenko all coming in.

    Czech midfielder Tomas Soucek is fit to start after undergoing plastic surgery on a facial injury suffered against the Toffees.

    Lukasz Fabianski, Kurt Zouma, Angelo Ogbonna, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals and Michail Antonio drop out.

    West Ham XI: Fabianski, Johnson, Diop, Dawson, Cresswell, Soucek, Rice, Vlasic, Lanzini, Yarmolenko, Bowen.

    Genk XI: Vandevoordt, Preciado, Cuesta, Lucumi, Arteaga, Heynen, Hrosovsky, Bongonda, Ito, Onuachu.