Tottenham won the reverse fixture 3-2 at the London Stadium, but haven’t won both league meetings with West Ham in a season since the 2012-13 campaign.
West Ham have only won one of their last 15 away league visits to Tottenham (D5 L9).
However, the Hammers beat Spurs 3-2 at Wembley in the EFL Cup this season, overturning a 0-2 half-time deficit to do so.
The last seven meetings between these sides in all competitions with Spurs as the home side have produced 29 goals, at an average of 4.1 per game.
Spurs have lost three of their last five Premier League London derbies, as many as they had lost in their previous 21 in the competition.
West Ham have played three competitive London derbies at Wembley Stadium, winning them all – beating Fulham 2-0 in the 1975 FA Cup final, Arsenal 1-0 in the 1980 FA Cup final, and Spurs 3-2 in the EFL Cup this season.
Spurs have lost just once in their last 29 home Premier League games (W23 D5 L1), with that defeat coming in their first PL home match at Wembley versus Chelsea in August. Indeed, they’ve won six and lost none of the nine since that game.
West Ham have won four points from their last two Premier League away games, more than they won in the previous nine combined (3).
After a run that saw him score 17 goals in 16 Premier League London derbies, Harry Kane has scored just three in his last nine, failing to score on seven occasions.
However, the England hitman has scored seven in his last six against West Ham in the league, including three braces in that time.
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