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Stat attack !

West Ham seeks a historic Premier League double over Tottenham, having previously achieved this feat in 1998-99 and 2013-14.

Spurs haven’t won at the London Stadium in their last three visits (one draw, two losses), their longest such winless streak against the Hammers since 1995-2001.

West Ham’s leaky defence is a concern, conceding 19 goals in just eight London derTottenham in Crucial Derby Clash with West Ham

Tottenham in Crucial Derby Clash at West Ham

bies this season, including hefty defeats to Fulham and Arsenal.

Their 2.4 goals conceded per game in London derbies is the second-worst in Premier League history (behind Fulham in 2018-19).

Tottenham has also struggled in recent London derbies, losing three of their last five.
They are on the verge of conceding 400 goals in Premier League London derbies, with only West Ham ahead of them in this dubious stat.

West Ham will look to capitalise on their newfound midweek form (two wins and two draws) after a winless run last season.

West Ham has conceded in their last ten Premier League games, raising concerns about their defensive stability.
Their overall conceded goals (54) are close to surpassing last season’s total, with only a higher goals conceded average in 2010-11.

Tottenham has a knack for comebacks, having collected 22 points from losing positions this season, their third-highest ever in a single campaign.

West Ham’s James Ward-Prowse has been a thorn in Tottenham’s side, scoring or assisting in his last six Premier League meetings with them.

Jarrod Bowen is on fire, with 15 Premier League goals this season – only Paolo Di Canio (16 in 1999-00) has scored more for West Ham in a single campaign.

Michail Antonio seeks to score in three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since 2021. He also has a history of finding the net against Tottenham, having scored more goals against them than any other opponent.

COYI !

 

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