Tottenham vs West Ham: Predictions, Betting Tips & Odds
Tottenham may be riding the crest of a wave in the Champions League, but league form has suffered, and West Ham smell blood as the season end draws near.
It seems nobody wants to finish in the top four this season. A matter of weeks ago, Tottenham were title challengers, but now their best chance of qualifying for next season’s Champions League may be to go and win the thing.
However, as West Ham make their first trip to Tottenham’s new stadium, Spurs have plenty of reasons to be confident of the three points after winning their opening three games at their new home.
Two wins in their last two games against the Hammers will also breed confidence for Mauricio Pochettino’s men and that is reflected in the odds with Tottenham clear favourites with relevant betting sites for Premier League matches to get the win.
It is hard to disagree with that too considering only Newcastle and the sides currently in the bottom three have scored fewer goals on the road this season than West Ham.
The Hammers have also only scored in one of their last four away games whilst Tottenham are yet to concede at their new ground.
That makes the home win with a clean sheet the best way to go with online betting sites in this game as Tottenham repeat the 2-0 win they achieved over Crystal Palace the first time a London club came to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
West Ham to fail to score is 151/100 with Royal Panda
The Hammers have only scored in one of their last four away games and only 15 in 17 road games this season whilst Spurs are yet to concede at their new home.
Over 1.5 goals in the second half is 4/5 with 888Sport
Tottenham have scored seven goals in their new stadium and five of them have come in the second half. Enough said really.
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Head to Head
The pair have met twice this season already and twice at West Ham’s London Stadium, unfortunately for the Hammers, Tottenham won them both.
Overall, Tottenham have won 96 times against West Ham with the Hammers claiming 63 wins and a total of 63 draws across all competitions.
- The pair first met in the Thames and Medway League in 1898 with Spurs winning 3-0.
- West Ham have only managed 15 away goals this season – only Newcastle, Cardiff, Fulham, and Huddersfield have scored fewer.
- Tottenham are yet to lose or even concede on their new stadium in three matches, prior to playing Brighton.
- West Ham have only won one of their last six in the Premier League.
- The Hammers have the worst goal difference of any side in the top 13.