BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson predicts the party s over and West Ham will end up with zero points from their encounter with Spurs on Sunday.
Lawro tells his BBC website readers ‘West Ham have won both games while their manager David Moyes has been in isolation recovering from coronavirus, but he should be back in the dugout for this one. We might get a first look at Gareth Bale in action for Tottenham too, if he is fit, but they have been doing pretty well without him to be honest. I’m going for a Spurs win, whether Bale features or not.’
Lawro’s prediction is a 2-1 Spurs home win
Claret and Hugh say:
With two wins and two clean sheets over Wolves and Leciester City David Moyes and his squad will up for another away win against the odds. West Ham became the first team to beat Spurs at their new stadium last year when Michal Antonio surprised the pundits and beat the bookies in a 1-0 win.
The team knows that derby means a lot to the fans and I am sure they will go all out for the win and stop Jose Mourinho well lad plans.
My prediction is another 1-0 away win thanks to Michail Antonio.