Tottenham v West Ham Odds : Spurs look for victory in East London Derby at value price

Latest Tottenham v West Ham odds as Spurs looks a worthy price in the betting.

Tottenham are placed at 4/9 odds of closing the gap to rivals Arsenals as they host West Ham in the East London Derby.

It has been a tale of contrasting seasons between East London’s two biggest clubs and the two sides will meet on Sunday to claim a much-needed 3 points on both sides.

Tottenham will be hoping to keep the pressure on Arsenal and Liverpool at the top of the league with a win that could see them potentially move to the top of the table.

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Spurs will have to do it without French defender Younes Kaboul who has picked up yet another knee after only returning in time for their comprehensive victory over Anzhi Makhachkala on Thursday evening.

He will join Spurs considerable injury list that includes the likes of Aaron Lennon, Danny Rose and Etienne Capoue out on the sidelines until after the international break.

Despite losing several key figures, Andre Vilas Boas can take solace in the form of Hugo LLoris whose 89% shot stopping ratio (according to Opta) is the second best in Europe behind Roma’s Morgan de Sanctis.

West Ham’s season has been poor at best so far this season with The Hammers only picking up 1 win in their first 6 games and they are stuck in 18th place on the leaderboard.

However, Sam Allardyce will get a much needed boost upfront with creative midfielder Joe Cole making his return after being out for 5 weeks with a hamstring problem and is likely to appear either from the bench or in the starting 11 depending on his fitness levels.

Alongside that, defender George McCartney could also comeback from his long-term knee injury and make his first Premier League start of the season.

Despite having only conceded 5 goals all season, West Ham know that they will need to improve on their attacking strength having only scored 4 goals all season meaning that the likes of Kevin Nolan and Modibo Maiga will need to step up in the absence of Andy Carroll who is out until the very end of the year.

West Ham’s lack of goals will certainly not do them any favours especially against a side like Tottenham who will be keen to grind out more good results and triumph in the East London Derby

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