TOTTENHAM host West Ham tonight as they look to keep their Champions League dream alive.
Man Utd’s late leveller in their crunch clash last Friday leaves Jose Mourinho’s side languishing nine points off fourth-place Chelsea.
The Hammers meanwhile arrive in dire straights after they were seen off 2-0 on home soil by European chasers Wolves.
That defeat means they stay outside of the relegation zone on goal difference, with Chelsea, Newcastle and Burnley up next.
When is Tottenham vs West Ham?
- This midweek Premier League clash will be held on Tuesday, June 23.
- Kick-off at an empty Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is at 8.15pm.
- When the Hammers visited Spurs last, they took home all three points thanks to a strike from Michail Antonio.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- For the remainder of the campaign, EVERY Premier League game is being shown on TV in the UK.
- You can see this one live on Sky Sports Main Event (crowd noise) or Sky Sports Premier League (no crowd noise).
- Coverage begins at 7pm.
- If you want to watch but don’t have a Sky subscription, grabbing a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 will allow you to stream on a mobile, tablet, PC or games console.
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What is the team news?
Dele Alli is back in contention for Spurs after serving a one-match ban after his coronavirus-related social media posts.
Toby Alderweireld could return in place Eric Dier, while Lucas Moura continues to struggle with an injury sustained in training.
For the Hammers, Manuel Lanzini and Andriy Yarmolenko could return as David Moyes chases precious points.
The former Man Utd boss has no new injury worries and may recall Declan Rice to the starting lineup.
- Tottenham to win – 7/10
- Draw in North London – 14/5
- West Ham victory – 19/5
- Both teams to score – 2/3
- Harry Kane to net – 19/20
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.